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How to build an OpenStack cloud from SUSEcon’s free USB stick handouts

By , December 11, 2014 3:28 pm

Once again, SUSEcon was a blast! Thanks to everyone who helped make it such a great success, especially all our customers and partners who attended.

If you attended the final Thursday keynote, you should have been given a free USB stick preloaded with a bootable SUSE Cloud appliance. And if you missed out or couldn’t attend, download a copy here! This makes it possible for anyone to build an OpenStack cloud from scratch extremely quickly and easily. (In fact, it’s almost identical to the appliance we used a few weeks ago to win the “Ruler of the Stack” competition at the OpenStack summit in Paris.)

Erin explained on stage at a high-level what this appliance does, but below are some more specific technical details which may help in case you haven’t yet tried it out.

The appliance can be booted on any physical or virtual 64-bit x86 machine … but before we start! – if you would like try running the appliance in a VM using either KVM or VirtualBox, then there is an even easier alternative which uses Vagrant to reduce the whole setup to a one-line command. If you like the sound of that, stop reading and go here instead. However if you want to try it on bare metal or with a different hypervisor such as VMware or HyperV, read on!

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