I’d like to dig deep, on diskimage-builder – the OpenStack tool for creating customized images to boot. In this three part series, I’ll be primarily doing this to create UEFI bootable baremetal images. We’ll start with RHEL 7.5, as this is my favorite. Join me!
Fernet tokens in Keystone are fantastic. Enabling these, instead of UUID or PKI tokens, really does make a difference in your cloud’s performance and overall ease of management. I get asked a lot about how to manage keys on your controller cluster when using fernet. As you may imagine, this could potentially take your cloud down if you do it wrong. Let’s look at what fernet keys are, as well as how to manage them in your Red Hat OpenStack cloud.