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Navigating the maze of High Availability approaches for OpenStack an independent comparison.
OpenStack has come a long way since it had its first discussions around infrastructure high availability in early 2012. Since then, every single OpenStack vendor has come out with their own flavor and understanding of high availability.
But how do they compare? What can and can t you do with them? And which should you choose?
This presentation compares the high availability support we currently have in OpenStack products from Red Hat, SUSE, Canonical, Mirantis, Cisco, Piston and others, from an independent and vendor-neutral perspective. It discusses advantages and disadvantages, deployment options, and suitable and not-so-suitable use cases.