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Revision as of 15:45, 18 April 2018 by Pzv2 (Added notes from conversation with Steven as Eucalyptus vs. OpenStack section)
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Eucalyptus vs. OpenStack
The following Openstack features should be working in the initial deployment:
- identity and access (`keystone` in Openstack, `iam` in Eucalyptus/AWS)
- compute (`nova` in Openstack, `ec2`in Eucalyptus/AWS): I am thinking to do away with ephemeral storage like UB. This will allow near instantaneous instance migration because no data would need to be copied. What do you think?
- block storage (`cinder` in Openstack, `ebs` in Eucalyptus/AWS)
- object storage (`swift` in Openstack, `s3` in Eucalyptus/AWS)
- images are in RBD format like UB. This should allow near instantaneous instance launches (especially if we do away with ephemeral storage).
- networking (`neutron` in Openstack): I expect to have VPC support.
- web console (`horizon` in Openstack, `eucaconsole` in Eucalyptus).