Today, many organizations are implementing private clouds to streamline operations by providing end users with self-service portals where they can provision and maintain virtual machines and application services. OpenStack is becoming a standard for private cloud deployments; offering support for heterogeneous software, hardware, and operating systems.
As such, we’re pleased to announce our latest reference architecture: Deploying Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 on HPE ProLiant DL Servers. This reference architecture can be used as an installation and deployment example for organizations deploying their first Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 based private cloud.
In terms of configuration, the reference architecture is comprised of 11 HPE ProLiant DL servers, one HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen9 server to host the Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 director, three HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen9 servers to host the Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 controller nodes, four HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen9 servers to host the Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 compute nodes, and three HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen9 servers to host the Red Hat Ceph Storage nodes.
For more than 17 years, Red Hat and HPE have been working together to provide customers with solutions built on tested, industry-leading software and hardware platforms. Through our collaborative efforts, we’ve helped our customers reduce costs, without compromising security, performance, or scalability.
And the future is even brighter. Stay tuned as Red Hat and HPE continue to collaborate and innovate, delivering solutions to meet the business needs of CIOs and IT departments globally.
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