Previously we learned all about the benefits in placing Ceph storage services directly on compute nodes in a co-located fashion. This time, we dive deep into the deployment templates to see how an actual deployment comes together and then test the results!
This article assumes the director is installed and configured with nodes already registered. The default Heat deployment templates ship an environment file for enabling Pure HCI. This environment file is:
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