deploy Vmware intregated openstack  on Ravello

Milton Sarkar
Milton Sarkar used Ask the Experts™
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Hi ,

I wanna deploy Vmware intregated openstack and found on blog which link is given below. How can i use Ravello, is this free? if not how it will cost money for vio deployment?

any guide for using this ?

http://emadyounis.com/ravello-lab-setup-for-vmware-integrated-openstack-vio-part-1/

Regards
Milton
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE Fellow)VMware and Virtualization Consultant
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Commented:
I wanna deploy Vmware intregated openstack and found on blog which link is given below. How can i use Ravello, is this free?

Oracle Ravello is NOT free.

Oracle Ravello allows you to host VMware Virtual machines, or you can install ESXi bare metal on Oracle Ravello.

You have already provided a web link as to how you can use Oracle Ravello.

Pricing is here

https://cloud.oracle.com/en_US/ravello/pricing

You can sign up for FREE here, and

Get $300 of free credits good for up to 3500 hours of Oracle Cloud usage
Shaun VermaakTechnical Specialist
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Commented:
Don't know if I am misunderstanding but OpenStack natively supports VMWare vSphere.

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Commented:
Hi,

Can i use below resource on 1 month free trial?


    vSphere 5.5 update 2 or vSphere 6.0 Enterprise Plus.
    ESXi host(s) with eight or more CPUs.
    Management cluster of at least three hosts with 56 CPUs & 192GB of RAM.
    665GB of storage for NSX deployment or 585GB for vDS deployment (separate license required for NSX).
    Compute cluster with at least one host and 20GB of storage.
    vCenter & ESXi hosts must use the same NTP server.
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Yes, you can use the resources you've defined in the 1 month trial.

Top Tip - TURN OFF after use to extend your credit, if you leave running 24x7, you'll burn through your credit of $300.

It's approx $5 per hour.

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