What’s happening with StarlingX, TripleO, Ironic and how you can get involved.
How the media giant manages four million cores of infrastructure on OpenStack Ironic.
“With Ironic, the time to provision bare metal servers is orders of magnitude faster, from weeks or months to just under 20 minutes.”
Managing 2,000 nodes with 10,000 servers to come for the world’s largest machine.
Ironic offers many benefits to cloud architects and administrators who manage bare metal instances. Here’s a look at how some of the 30 organizations in the OpenStack Ironic Bare Metal Program are using it.
Added support for Docker registry, a Python package with Ansible playbooks and how you can get involved.
Stack HPC’s Nick Jones pairs infrastructure automation tool Rundeck with Kayobe, a deployment of containerized OpenStack to bare metal.
Check out the high-impact features for bare metal clouds, fast forward upgrades and hardware accelerators.
New features for this release and how to get involved at the upcoming Project Teams Gathering.
Bare metal as-a-service allows you to provision or sequel workloads or SQL workloads and treat them like cloud instances, says Platform9’s Cody Hill.
John Dickinson’s solution can store about 25,000 movies and in the future may monitor the San Francisco sky.