Introducing Mirantis OpenStack 8.0, with support for community OpenStack Liberty, reference configurations for critical use-cases, hardened by improved testing at scale, compatible with a rich ecosystem of validated partner solutions for hardware, infrastructure and applications. simplified configuration, automated deployment, and Mirantis enterprise-class support.
New in features in Mirantis OpenStack 8.0 include improved host operating system support. Compute hosts can be built with RHEL and added to a deployed cluster. Ubuntu now replaces CentOS as the default bootstrap image, and is built dynamically, enabling support for latest hardware and patches. The Fuel web-accessible deployer has been enhanced with contextual, color-coded plugin interoperability advice popups, eliminating questions about which features and plugins are known to work together. Installed Fuel plugins can insert their configuration inputs into appropriate areas of a streamlined Settings tab. Clusters can now be configured with multiple node network groups, and controllers can be conjoined with L3 networks and distributed across multiple racks, avoiding single points of hardware failure.
Mirantis OpenStack now incorporates Ironic bare metal compute capability for hosting performance-sensitive workloads, with special support for deploying Ironic Conductor nodes in Fuel. MOS 8.0 further enhances support for container platforms and their workloads, with a new Murano application enabling creation and trigger-based auto-scaling of Kubernetes clusters on OpenStack and Google Container Engine and another enabling OpenVPN-compatible VPN creation, as well as ongoing support for PaaS container solutions like Cloud Foundry.
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