Installing Ubuntu with Open Source Stacki
Thurs, June 22, 11:00AM PDT
You asked, we listened, and now we’re releasing Stacki Ubuntu into the open source Stacki tree. You can now automatically install Ubuntu via a preseed network installation to boot the backend machines from a Stacki frontend. The only thing you have to do is prep your frontend.
Join this webinar to learn how you can now use Open Source Stacki to install Ubuntu.
New in Stacki Pro 4.0: Configuration of NetApp Storage Arrays
Wed, June 28, 11:00AM PDT
The three pillars of the data center are “compute”, “network”, and “storage”. Stacki obviously has a strong heritage as a system for automating the deployment of compute nodes, but the configuration of networking and storage have been limited to the internals of the servers. With the Stacki Pallet for Netapp, we’ve now taken what we’ve learned from the development of Stacki and extended it to include NetApp external Storage Arrays. This means all the same tricks you’ve learned for working with compute nodes in Stacki will work with storage arrays.
During the webinar, Bill will walk through the process of creating a configuration for a storage array — managing networking and disks — to create LUN’s accessible by Stacki backend nodes over iSCSI.
Past Webinar Recordings
Networking Tips & Tricks: Multi-subnet, VLANs, Bonding, and MoreWatch Video
Installing a Cluster of Raspberry Pis with Stacki AceWatch Video
Building a Hadoop Cluster with the Hortonworks PalletWatch Video
Building Data Centers with Stacki and AnsibleWatch Video
Docker on Bare Metal with Auto Deploy of Docker Swarm using Stacki Pallet for DockerWatch Video
How Salesforce Integrates Stacki & Chef
Creating a Virtual Stacki Environment with VagrantWatch Video
Introduction & Demo of Stacki 3.2Watch Video