UBUNTU OPENSTACK AUTOPILOT
Our situation now is the following:
1 STEP – DEPLOY UBUNTU OPENSTASK AUTOPILOT ON NODES
After Juju and Landscape, our next step is deploy Openstack Autopilot on nodes dedicated to that services. The first task is to change the status of our nodes openstack1-4.maas in ready, that one is done doing the commission on nodes:
then configure the node openstack1.maas to have a network so configured
now our Openstack Autopilot is ready to be deployed, lets go to Landscape and scroll down the page
let’s go to configured
here we need to make our choices, for our lab is that
select “Add hardware” and run “Autopilot placement”
start with its installation
At this point we need to wait the end of all the deploy
it takes a log time.
the last tasks
At the end lets go to Openstack Dashboard with the our login
The third part is done.
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