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Deploy a stack using Heat in Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform
Join this webinar to explore the Heat orchestration service.More
Topics in this webinar are extracted from the Red Hat OpenStack Administration (CL210) training course.
Creating OpenStack resources using Heat and AWS
The Heat orchestration service provides Red Hat OpenStack® technology with an Amazon Web Services (AWS) CloudFormation implementation. This implementation uses a template to create OpenStack resources (instances, floating IP addresses, volumes, security groups, nested stacks, etc.).
In this webinar, you’ll:
- Learn how to install and configure the Heat orchestration service.
- Explore templates and the template language (JSON).
- Launch a stack (a group of resources) using Heat.
Manage a stack using Heat.
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