Tour the Folsom release of OpenStack

Enabling block storage as a service through integration

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Razique Mahroua

Date archived: May 17, 2019 | First published: February 20, 2013

The OpenStack Folsom release debuted in September 2012 and includes exciting new features, such as the introduction of a core version of Quantum (networking as a service) and Cinder (block storage), making a block storage as a service offering. Folsom also provides better Open vSwitch integration, which is an advanced network manager for Linux®. In this article, install and discover the Folsom release's new features in a fully virtualized approach using KVM.

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ArticleTitle=Tour the Folsom release of OpenStack