If you have installed OpenStack manually, you would have gone through a long sequence of installing and configuring various services and drivers. In every cases, these services and drivers run as processes on hosts designated as controllers, compute nodes, etc. When containers became a topic of interest to the community about two years... Continue reading OpenStack in containers
Containers are now alive and well on OpenStack: not only can users easily deploy containers but OpenStack services themselves have been well containerized, as evident in projects such as Kolla and OpenStack Ansible. The next natural question is, how do containers scale? In other words, what happens when ten of thousands containers are... Continue reading How do containers scale on OpenStack?
Today we released of our very first, totally free, open-source based, Community Edition of IBM Spectrum Conductor for Containers (CfC). Now anyone can build a fully functioning, private, on-prem, Kubernetes-based container cloud in a snap. Installation is simple. CfC’s components run as containerized micro-services pulled from Dockerhub. CfC integrates all the pieces of a container... Continue reading Build Your Own Container Cloud in a Snap