Real world journey to your own private cloud

Real-world journey to your own private cloud, Part 1: Prepare the concept
In this article series, the author outlines the process, from conception to deployment, that his team used to build a private, on-premise cloud environment that incorporates structures found in IaaS and PaaS cloud service models. The cloud environment is constructed with software and hardware components chosen by the team; however, the article contains knowledge and instruction that can be used regardless of technologies you choose. Part 1 provides information on cloud structures, the five phases in the development roadmap, and details on some of the solutions the team discovered.

Real-world journey to your own private cloud, Part 2: Install and configure the software
In this article series, the author outlines the process, from conception to deployment, that his team used to build a private, on-premise cloud environment that incorporates structures found in IaaS and PaaS cloud service models. The cloud environment is constructed with software and hardware components chosen by the team; however, the article contains knowledge and instruction that can be used regardless of technologies you choose. Part 2 provides information on installing and configuring the server environments and cloud software components, post-installation activities, and special features of the installed software.

Real-world journey to your own private cloud, Part 3: Use the cloud
In this article series, the author outlines the process, from conception to deployment, that his team used to build a private, on-premise cloud environment that incorporates structures found in IaaS and PaaS cloud service models. The cloud environment is constructed with software and hardware components chosen by the team; however, the article contains knowledge and instruction that can be used regardless of technologies you choose. Part 3 defines IBM Tivoli System Automation Manager (TSAM) user roles, provides an example of the cloud provisioning process and a list of sample exercises the user can do to test the implementation, and shows you some general tricks and tips we learned in implementing the project.

 

Reference: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/tivoli/library/, a great resource which contains hundreds of technical articles relating to IBM software and hardware solutions.

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