[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
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Fri Feb 28 02:33:33 PST 2014
In case you haven't already found them, the material of the tutorials
can be found here:
OpenNebula - Flexible Enterprise Cloud Made Simple
Constantino Vázquez Blanco, PhD, MSc
Senior Infrastructure Architect at C12G Labs
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On 24 February 2014 09:44, Qiubo Su (David Su) <qiubosu at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear OpenNebula Community,
> Does anyone of your OpenNebula experts have the practical tutorials/papers
> on the areas of 1) Security, i.e. iptables firewall rules adoption in the
> OpenNebula Cloud Computing environment 2) OpenNebula Zone 3) Chef
> Thank you very much to share the information.
> Kind regards,
> On Fri, Feb 21, 2014 at 8:44 PM, Qiubo Su (David Su) <qiubosu at gmail.com>
>> 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
>> Thanks kindly,
>> On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 10:42 AM, Qiubo Su (David Su) <qiubosu at gmail.com>
>>> 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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