OpenStack deployment Solaris 11.3 - Part 4/4

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We need to login to our OpenStack instance (http://ip_zone/horizon) with the credentials mentioned before.
User: admin, Password: secrete

After we login into the OpenStack Dashboard, we can see a couple of things:

From Systems -> Hypervisors, we can see the resources available that are the same that we define, when the kernel zone was created (capped memory, disk installation and virtual cpus).

The structure of OpenStack is based on Projects and Users. By default for this installation, we have the project Demo and the user Admin, member of this groups.

Now that we have access to our OpenStack dashboard, we can proceed to create some vm's / zones


- There're several methods that can be used to deploy OpenStack on Solaris, your choice depends in what you will like to achieve and your resources (If you have a server where you can make a bare-metal installation it's OK, and if you can test this solution only as a zone, that's an option too).

- If you are planning to deploy Kernel zones, you need to make sure that your hardware (SPARC or X64), is able to support this type of technology.


- Kernel Zones Solaris 11.2 Hardware requirements
- Kernel Zones Solaris 11.3 Hardware requirements
- Installing and Configuring OpenStack (Juno) in Oracle Solaris
- Configuring the Sol 11.3 OpenStack UAR - Tim Wort

Thanks for visiting



OpenStack deployment Solaris 11.3 - Part 1/4
OpenStack deployment Solaris 11.3 - Part 2/4
OpenStack deployment Solaris 11.3 - Part 3/4
OpenStack deployment Solaris 11.3 - Part 4/4

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