Rootconf 2019

On infrastructure security, DevOps and distributed systems.

Emulated_Stack -

Submitted by Nilesh Chandekar (@nileshchandekar) on Feb 21, 2019

Section: Full talk of 40 mins duration Technical level: Beginner Status: Rejected

Abstract

The focus of this session is to provide a way in which one can utilize the power of virtualization to emulate the required pieces of hardware to build a cloud that is close to what one will be deploying in a production environment.

The idea is to primarily build a fully virtual lab that will consists of switches, routers and isolated vlans along with a Highly Available overcloud environment.

This will assist the field teams to better plan and also potentially eliminate any potential issues that may be encountered while deploying production grade overclouds in actual production environments.

Here’s a outline of the various technologies that we will combine to emulate the stack:

A) EVE-NG
B) qemu-kvm
C) Openstack
D) Open source Router
E) Open source Switch

Outline

The focus of this session is to provide a way in which one can utilize the power of virtualization to emulate the required pieces of hardware to build a cloud that is close to what one will be deploying in a production environment.

The idea is to primarily build a fully virtual lab that will consists of switches, routers and isolated vlans along with a Highly Available overcloud environment.

This will assist the field teams to better plan and also potentially eliminate any potential issues that may be encountered while deploying production grade overclouds in actual production environments.

Here’s a outline of the various technologies that we will combine to emulate the stack:

A) EVE-NG
B) qemu-kvm
C) Openstack
D) Open source Router
E) Open source Switch

Speaker bio

My name is Nilesh, I am working as a Cloud Engineer in Openstack @ Redhat.

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