PacketPushers: Datanauts Podcast 060: Running OpenStack in Containers

Robert Starmer talks with Datanauts host Drew Conry-Murray about the general whys and hows of operating OpenStack in Containers. They then explore the relationship between OpenStack and Kubernetes, and how stateful services like storage and databases might function. Finally, they discuss the Kolla project which leverages Ansible and Docker to …

OpenStack Kubernetes IaaS is this a Cloud Computing management system whose time has come?

SF Bay OpenStack Meetup – OpenStack on Kubernetes?

This two-part session at the SFBay OpenStack Meetup looks at the idea of an Openstack Kubernetes IaaS. OpenStack was designed as a virtual server-focused IaaS platform. Kubernetes is the Google-invented, open source Container management platform. The meetup starts with a brief discussion by John Starmer, Kumulus Tech’s Director of Education, …

OpenStack Seattle – HPE Keynote – Containers and OpenStack

HPE’s Lisa-Marie Namphy discusses the impact of Container technology on OpenStack with our CTO, Robert Starmer, during the 2016 OpenStack Days Seattle event. Lisa provided a prequel with her HPE Community blog post and generated a lot of community and customer input and questions that Lisa used to drive the …

Kubernetes, k8s, has dominated Docker Container scheduling and orchestration

Kubernetes – Google’s Open Source Contribution to Docker Container Orchestration

Kubernetes (aka k8s) is a software Container management system originally developed by Google and open sourced. In this episode, Kumulus Technologies CTO, Robert Starmer, explains the high-level architecture and control processes of how Kubernetes manages container orchestration and how Kubernetes differs from and works with Docker. Click on the video …

The OpenStack Kolla Project - Deploy OpenStack in Docker Containers

How Docker Containers help with OpenStack – OpenStack in Containers – Kolla

One of the questions that often comes up is if you should use OpenStack to run Linux Containers, or if you should use Containers to run OpenStack. I think both are valid and interesting options, and to that end, I’ve been working with the OpenStack Kolla Project to get a …