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OpenStack E-book for Beginners

Learn more about OpenStack deployment and architecture in our latest e-book

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What will you learn from this ebook?

  1. The typical challenges with OpenStack adoption and how they can be addressed,
  2. How does OpenStack architecture look like and what are the right tools to run it,
  3. An overview of the OpenStack installation process i.e how to get OpenStack up and running on a workstation in no more than 20 minutes.

Why choose OpenStack?

OpenStack remains the world’s leading open-source cloud platform and its adoption continues to grow every year. This phenomenon has its roots in the superior economic advantages that OpenStack brings to organisations of all sizes and across industries. Advantages such as:

  1. Being an open-source project, OpenStack allows for significant cost savings compared to proprietary virtualisation solutions, such as those in VMware, Citrix, and Proxmox families.
  2. OpenStack is a fully functional cloud platform that serves as an extension or a reasonable alternative to hyperscalers, effectively addressing cloud cost optimisation and digital sovereignty concerns.

Complexity of OpenStack - Our Solution to the Problem

OpenStack adoption has always been a challenge. This is certainly the case for those with no previous experience with Linux and cloud computing. But even the most experienced organisations can struggle to implement OpenStack. Due to its versatility and scale, OpenStack has been pinned by the open source community as a complex project.

Hence we wrote this e-book to help you understand OpenStack in a very simple way and at the same time understand the newest upstream project “Sunbeam”, which makes OpenStack installation even easier!

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