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Deploying and Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 3
This reference architecture introduces Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 3 through a detailed use case:
- Installing Red Hat’s OpenStack technology via Packstack
- Adding Red Hat Storage (RHS) Server persistent storage
- Configuring a Neutron software-based network
- Deploying a multi-tier web application complete with post-boot customization
Every step of this use case was tested in Red Hat’s engineering lab with production code.
NOTE: Although this use case includes Red Hat Storage (RHS), RHS is not required for a Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform deployment. This document also includes instructions for NFS-backed persistent storage.