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Understanding OPNFV

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Understanding OPNFV 101 installers from an initial deployment (day-1) point of view. Fuel Fuel is a purpose-built OpenStack installer community project that came out of Mirantis. Sample Fuel Screenshot Fuel supports APIs, a CLI, or a GUI. Once the Fuel master node starts up, all compute, controller and storage nodes are discovered using PXE. Configuring the cloud is a simple matter of point-and-click by going through different tabs organized by functionality. There is a network check to ensure that the environment is correctly configured before the software is deployed. After the deployment is completed, there is a post-deployment health check as well. Fuel has an extensible framework via plugins that allow for new functionality to be integrated into Fuel (for example, plugins for an SDN controller, MANO, and so on). Apex Apex is RDO's OpenStack installation tool, based on the OpenStack Triple-O project.

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