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- How do I install OpenStack? 2 answers
I downloaded Ubuntu OpenStack (it's the second "entry" on the page). The download link took me to Ubuntu Server for Cloud (where the download began). I downloaded the latest server package, which is 13.10.
The best I can tell, there's no Cloud stuff on that CD. When I installed the server package, I was asked if I wanted to enable the SSH server, the SAMBA server, install a print server, etc. But there was no choice for "Cloud Server".
Additionally, after reboot, there is nothing running that looks like its cloud related, like Keystone (identity management), Glance (image manager), Nova or Nuetron (compute), Ceph or Swift (object storage), etc.
I'm obviously missing something, here, but I don't know what it is. The advertised steps are:
- Download Ubuntu Server for Cloud
- Create a startup disk USB Stick
- Insert it in your computer and reboot
- Start using your local private cloud
OpenStack is moving so fast my recipes for installing it and running it on Ubuntu are already ancient. That includes my books like OpenStack Cloud Computing Cookbook.
What, precisely, does Ubuntu OpenStack provide? Am I supposed to do something else next (apparently, but I don't know what)?