Categoría: bare metal

OpenStack Ironic, Cinder volume replication and Glance multi-store – OpenStack Charms 21.01

Canonical is proud to announce the availability of OpenStack Charms 21.01. This new release includes: a tech-preview version of OpenStack Ironic operators (charms), Cinder volume replication and Glance multi-store support for Charmed OpenStack. OpenStack Ironic The latest version of OpenStack Charms brings initial support for the OpenStack Ironic project. Ironic has been generally available on […]

CLI-only MAAS operation

MAAS provides a state-of-the-art User Interface (UI), which simplifies usage. But you may not know that MAAS also has a robust Command-line Interface (CLI), which actually provides more functionality than the UI.  Everything you can do from the UI, you can do from the CLI, but not the other way round. Let’s walk through MAAS […]

You are invited to the virtual Ubuntu Masters event

The Ubuntu Masters Conference is a platform for IT practitioners to share how they are solving industry-wide challenges with the global engineering community. These are the real-life use cases they are executing in their professional environments today, giving you actionable ideas to take into your own corporate setting. Join us on Thursday 30th April to […]

Need to set up servers in remote locations?

Use bare metal provisioning with a top-of-the-rack switch When deploying a small footprint environment such as edge computing sites, 5G low latency services, a site support cabinet or baseband unit, its critical to establish the optimal number of physical servers needed for set up. While several approaches exist, bare metal provisioning through KVM can often […]

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