Learn how OpenStack does security.
- [Instructor] Okay, let's talk about OpenStack Security.…Keystone, which is an identity service,…offers a project-wide authentication…and management for Identity, Token,…Service catalog, Policy.…It's designed to be integrated with existing systems.…So Core Use Case for this would be…to authenticate a user/password request against…multiple backends, which is SQL Server,…LDAP, Identity Service.…Basically, single sign on onto these various resources.…
It's able to validate or manage Tokens…used after initial username/password verification…and it's a Token service.…Endpoint registry of available resources and services,…which is a Service Catalog.…And authorize API requests, which is a Policy Service,…which goes to governance.…Key Capabilities include a User/Tenant model…with Role-Based Access Control.…Policy service provides a rule-based authentication…engine and associated rule management interface.…
Each service configured to serve data…from a pluggable backend Key-Value, SQL,…PAM, LDAP, Templates.…In addition, it supports REST-based APIs.…
- Private cloud benefits
- Considering the costs
- Determining compatibility
- Assessing security and governance
- Reviewing OpenStack
- Reviewing Microsoft Private Cloud
- Reviewing VMware vCloud Suite
- Reviewing Apache CloudStack
Skill Level Beginner
1. Private Cloud Basics
2. Private Cloud Platforms
4. Microsoft Private Cloud
5. VMware vCloud Suite Private Cloud
6. Apache CloudStack Private Cloud
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