OpenNebula 3 Cloud Computing
This is a step-by-step practical guide to get you started easily with openNebula. It guides you to build, maintain, and configure your cloud infrastructure, providing real-world examples in a simple and coherent manner. If you are a GNU/Linux system administrator with no experience with virtualization or cloud computing but eager to learn about it, or you are thwarted by your current virtualized infrastructure, this book is for you. You are expected to have some basic knowledge of GNU/Linux, with knowledge of basic package management tools and system configuration.
- Electronic book text | 314 pages
- 25 May 2012
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Giovanni Toraldo
Giovanni Toraldo started to mess with Linux and Free Software since the early years at school, developing hobbyist websites with free CMS and maintaining the official Italian support site of PHP-Fusion. After a few unsatisfactory years at the university, he decided to start working as System Administrator and Web Developer at LiberSoft (http://www.libersoft.it), a startup based in a technology park near Pisa (http://www.polotecnologico.it/). He has now developed skills in designing and maintaining Open Source virtualization and clustering solutions, managing tens of host, servicing hundreds of requests, mainly web hosting stacks for Drupal and Symfony webapps. You can contact him at http://gionn.net/about-me