TripleO and Ansible deployment (Part 1)

In the Queens release of TripleO, you’ll be able to use Ansible to apply the software deployment and configuration of an Overcloud. Before jumping into some of the technical details, I wanted to cover some background about how the Ansible integration works along side some of the existing tools in TripleO. The Ansible integration goes […]

Update on TripleO with already provisioned servers

In a previous post, I talked about using TripleO with already deployed and provisioned servers. Since that was published, TripleO has made a lot of progress in this area. I figured it was about time for an update on where the project is with this feature. Throughout the Ocata cycle, I’ve had the chance to […]

TripleO with already deployed servers

Recently I’ve been prototyping how to use TripleO with already deployed and provisioned servers. In such a scenario, Nova and Ironic would not be used to do the initial operating system provisioning of the Overcloud nodes. Instead, the nodes would already be powered on, running an OS, and ready to start to configure OpenStack. There […]

TripleO Liberty Recap

It was a great OpenStack summit in beautiful Vancouver! We had a lot of really good discussions about TripleO. I’d like to recap some of the things that were covered. Before I get into that though I wanted to update everyone on the state of TripleO in general. Over the Kilo cycle, we’ve added a […]

TripleO Liberty Momentum

Next week is the OpenStack Liberty Design Summit in Vancouver and I’m really excited about all the TripleO related topics that will be discussed. The progress made over the last cycle has been quite remarkable! I anticipate the community really building on this momentum. The puppet implementation in tripleo-heat-templates has really proved itself over the […]