Fuel 3.1 Release Update: Added support for Red Hat OpenStack, easier deployment, and more

August 14, 2013

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Fuel 3.1 Release Update: Added support for Red Hat OpenStack, easier deployment, and more

Fuel 3.1 Release Update: Added support for Red Hat OpenStack, easier deployment, and more

We’re thrilled with the latest version of Fuel that was just released on August 7th and wanted to share a quick run down of what’s new in the release. We hope that these improvements help you in using Fuel to get OpenStack up and running more quickly and with less hassle than ever before.

The three biggest advancements in Fuel for version 3.1 are:

Fuel now provides both integrated graphical and command line controls

You can now use Fuel to deploy the Red Hat Enterprise Linux® OpenStack® Platform

Fuel confirms your deployment succeeded with Mirantis OpenStack Health Check

Some other enhancements were made as well which we’ll cover briefly.

Fuel now provides both integrated graphical and command line controls

In earlier releases, Fuel was distributed as two packages – “Fuel Web” for graphical workflow, and “Fuel” for command-line based manipulation. Starting with this 3.1 release, we’ve integrated these two capabilities into a single offering, referred to simply as Fuel.

Point. Click. Cloud.

If you used Fuel Web, you’ll see that capability along with its latest improvements to that capability in the Fuel User Interface (UI), providing a streamlined, graphical console that enables a point-and-click experience for the most commonly deployed configurations. Advanced users with more complex environmental needs can still get command-line access to the underlying deployment engine (a.k.a. “Fuel Library”). …

http://www.mirantis.com/blog/fuel-3-1-red-hat-openstack-deployment/

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