Tag Archives: quantum

Bringing High Availability to Quantum Server

Introduction Quantum is going to be a core project in OpenStack next release (Folsom). If we use Quantum as the Network Manager, we can’t configure nova-network in multi_host mode, that’s why we loose High Availability for nova-network. Quantum-Server can be a single-point-of-failure, that’s why I was thinking about how to fix that. As everyone in read more »

Running an OpenFlow Network with OpenStack Quantum & Floodlight

Introduction While Quantum is still incubating in OpenStack Essex, we can see Open-Source plugins compatible with differents technologies. For remind, a Plugin makes possible the communication between Networking technologies & Networking features in OpenStack, like virtual NICs and virtual Bridges. Most of the features we can find today are L2. In a close future, we read more »

Openstack Essex – Guide for Ubuntu 12.04

It has been a long time since I didn’t write something here. But today, I’m proud to release my first documentation on OpenStack. I’ve been working for three weeks with StackOps for my internship, and my work is about Quantum (Networking as a service in OpenStack).   It was quite difficult to have a working read more »