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OpenStack for Architects Paperback – Import, 6 Feb 2017
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Michael Solberg, as a chief architect, is responsible for helping Red Hat customers achieve their key business transformation initiatives through open source architectures and technologies. He regularly advises a range of Fortune 100 companies in financial services, healthcare, retail, and transportation verticals on topics such as cloud computing, big data, high-performance computing, and enterprise middleware. At Red Hat since 2008, Michael has led a number of successful initiatives to assist strategic customers adopt new virtualization, systems management, and engineering practices. His previous experience includes building web hosting infrastructure. He is also an avid supporter of the OpenStack project. Michael holds a Bachelor's degree from the University of Georgia and is a regular speaker at industry events. Ben Silverman, as the Principal Cloud Architect for OnX Enterprise Solutions, is responsible for providing strategic and tactical cloud leadership to OnX's customers. Previously, Ben was a Senior Cloud Architect at Mirantis, where he developed cloud solutions for many Fortune 100 companies. Ben has been involved with OpenStack since the Havana release and is an active technical contributor. Prior to working for Mirantis, Ben was the Lead Technical Architect at American Express, where he built one of the largest financial services OpenStack clouds at that time. Ben is an exuberant OpenStack evangelist who is often seen speaking at industry events and conventions about OpenStack adoption, scale challenges, and cloud operations. In his limited spare time, Ben and a few others have taken on the task of re-writing all of the OpenStack architecture and operations guides that are currently available on the OpenStack Foundation website. Ben has a Master's degree in Information Management from Arizona State University and lives in Phoenix, AZ.
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If you are newbie Cloud Solution Architect started to work with Openstack Services as technology, this book will provide you good level of guidance to design, implement and test a Proof Of Concept Project.
However if you truly go in Production Level of Solution Design this book may not be that helpful as it does not cover;
(a) Network Blue Print Design; decisions for flat, overlay, vlan networks with traffic calculations (CSO requirements) that will point certain NIC types (ex SR-IOV, DPDK support), Integration to Physical Network Fabric (ML2 Plugin, SDNc integrations). These are covered in 2 pages in this book with brief overview.
(b) Storage Backend Design/Requirements for your Cloud Workloads; what sort of IOPs your vApp/VNFs will need to come in to service based on KPI requirements. Not covered at all in this book.
(c) Openstack Upgrades, what are the best practices and how to do it? Specially if you have in-service sites and suffering from missing features that are already available in new Openstack releases. Instead patching has a section in the name of security hardening thats all.
(d) Using Containers for Openstack Services and as well as light weight workload hypervisor selection. Only mentioned as future/emerging trends.