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SUSE OpenStack Cloud 8

OpenStack Administrator Guide

Abstract

OpenStack offers open source software for OpenStack administrators to manage and troubleshoot an OpenStack cloud.

This guide documents OpenStack Newton and Mitaka releases.

Publication Date: 07/29/2021
1 Documentation Conventions
2 Get started with OpenStack
2.1 Conceptual architecture
2.2 Logical architecture
2.3 OpenStack services
2.4 Feedback
3 Identity management
3.1 Identity concepts
3.2 Certificates for PKI
3.3 Domain-specific configuration
3.4 External authentication with Identity
3.5 Integrate Identity with LDAP
3.6 Keystone tokens
3.7 Configure Identity service for token binding
3.8 Fernet - Frequently Asked Questions
3.9 Use trusts
3.10 Caching layer
3.11 Security compliance and PCI-DSS
3.12 Example usage and Identity features
3.13 Authentication middleware with user name and password
3.14 Identity API protection with role-based access control (RBAC)
3.15 Troubleshoot the Identity service
4 Dashboard
4.1 Customize and configure the Dashboard
4.2 Set up session storage for the Dashboard
4.3 Create and manage images
4.4 Create and manage roles
4.5 Manage instances
4.6 Manage flavors
4.7 Manage volumes and volume types
4.8 Manage shares and share types
4.9 View and manage quotas
4.10 View cloud resources
4.11 Create and manage host aggregates
4.12 Launch and manage stacks using the Dashboard
5 Compute
5.1 System architecture
5.2 Images and instances
5.3 Networking with nova-network
5.4 System administration
5.5 Troubleshoot Compute
6 Object Storage
6.1 Introduction to Object Storage
6.2 Features and benefits
6.3 Object Storage characteristics
6.4 Components
6.5 Ring-builder
6.6 Cluster architecture
6.7 Replication
6.8 Large object support
6.9 Object Auditor
6.10 Erasure coding
6.11 Account reaper
6.12 Configure project-specific image locations with Object Storage
6.13 Object Storage monitoring
6.14 System administration for Object Storage
6.15 Troubleshoot Object Storage
7 Block Storage
7.1 Increase Block Storage API service throughput
7.2 Manage volumes
7.3 Troubleshoot your installation
8 Shared File Systems
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Key concepts
8.3 Share management
8.4 Migrate shares
8.5 Share types
8.6 Share snapshots
8.7 Security services
8.8 Consistency groups
8.9 Share replication
8.10 Multi-storage configuration
8.11 Networking
8.12 Troubleshoot Shared File Systems service
9 Networking
9.1 Introduction to Networking
9.2 Networking architecture
9.3 Plug-in configurations
9.4 Configure neutron agents
9.5 Configure Identity service for Networking
9.6 Advanced configuration options
9.7 Scalable and highly available DHCP agents
9.8 Use Networking
9.9 Advanced features through API extensions
9.10 Advanced operational features
9.11 Authentication and authorization
10 Telemetry
10.1 System architecture
10.2 Data collection
10.3 Data collection, processing, and pipelines
10.4 Data retrieval
10.5 Alarms
10.6 Measurements
10.7 Events
10.8 Troubleshoot Telemetry
10.9 Telemetry best practices
11 Database
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Create a data store
11.3 Configure a cluster
12 Bare Metal
12.1 Introduction
12.2 System architecture
12.3 Bare Metal deployment
12.4 Use Bare Metal
12.5 Troubleshooting
13 Orchestration
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Orchestration authorization model
13.3 Stack domain users
14 OpenStack command-line clients
14.1 Command-line client overview
14.2 Install the OpenStack command-line clients
14.3 Discover the version number for a client
14.4 Set environment variables using the OpenStack RC file
14.5 Manage projects, users, and roles
14.6 Manage project security
14.7 Manage services
14.8 Manage images
14.9 Manage volumes
14.10 Manage shares
14.11 Manage flavors
14.12 Manage the OpenStack environment
14.13 Manage quotas
14.14 Analyze log files
14.15 Manage Block Storage scheduling
15 Cross-project features
15.1 Cross-origin resource sharing
16 Appendix
16.1 Community support
Glossary

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