[one-users] Computer and network facilities required to set up an office Lab environment to experiment the features/functionalities of OpenNebula platform - Qiubo David Su
Qiubo Su (David Su)
qiubosu at gmail.com
Thu Feb 20 23:44:26 PST 2014
Dear OpenNebula Community,
I sent you below email a few days ago subjected "Computer and network
facilities required to set up an office Lab environment to experiment the
features/functionalities of OpenNebula platform".
Now I'd like to give it an update, i.e. it should be a WAN environment, not
a LAN, due to the LAN environment is too limited. I will setup another LAN
in another location, then connect the current LAN in the office to the
other LAN through Internet, that's what I called WAN (of course this is the
simplest form of WAN).
It is much appreciated if any of you can help to provide information for
On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 10:42 AM, Qiubo Su (David Su) <qiubosu at gmail.com>wrote:
> Dear OpenNebula Community,
> I have been using OpenNebula platform to set up IAAS for a while. To
> better experiment the more advanced features/functionalities offered by the
> platform, I decide to set up a Lab in the office environment.
> May any of you specialized in this area help to specify the computer and
> network facilities required to set up such an environment? i.e.
> 1) The specification of the server system required *(e.g. what kind of
> server board? how many CPUs and how many cores per CPU? how much RAM? what
> size of the Hard Drives? how many NIC ports? how much power of the power
> supply? what else components required?)*, and how many of this server
> system required? Is workstation OK?
> 2) The network will be a LAN in the office environment. What kind of a LAN
> topology should be set up in order to better experiment the advanced
> features/functionalities offered by the system?
> Thank you very much for your help !
> Thanks kindly,
> Qiubo David Su
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