A SuPEr New Linux for Crowbar! SuSE shows off port and OpenStack deploy

During last week’s OpenStack Essex Deploy Day, we featured several OpenStack ecosystem presentations including SuSE, Morphlabs, enStratus, Opscode, and Inktank (Ceph).

SuSE’s presentation (video) was deploying OpenStack using a SuSE port of Crowbar (including a reskinned UI)!

This is a significant for SuSE and Crowbar:

  1. SuSE, a platinum member of the OpenStack foundation, now has an OpenStack Essex distribution. They are offering this deployment as an on-request beta.
  2. Crowbar is now demonstrable operating on the three top Linux distributions.

SuSE is advancing some key architectural proposals for Crowbar because their implementation downloads Crowbar as a package rather than bundling everything into an ISO.

With the Hadoop 4 & OpenStack Essex releases nearly put to bed, it’s time to bring some of this great innovation into the Crowbar trunk.

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