In this article, we discuss our approach to performing an Openstack installation on Fedora using our RPM repository and Kickstart. When we first started working with OpenStack, we found that the most popular platform for deploying OpenStack was Ubuntu, which seemed like a viable option for us, as there are packages for it available, as well as plenty of documentation. However, our internal infrastructure is running on Fedora, so instead of migrating the full infrastructure to Ubuntu, we decided to make OpenStack Fedora-friendly. The challenge in using Fedora, however, is that there aren’t any packages, nor is there much documentation available. Details of how we worked around these limitations are discussed below.
Our purpose is to provide uninterrupted web services with low cost in OPENSTACK. Due to all instances traffic through Nova-Network host in a basic deployment of NOVA . And it's hard to do HA+LB for Nova-Network. As I know it will be very hard to implement. After read "Bootstrapping OpenStack Clouds" doc writed by DELL....The fault zone concept it much easier and cheaper.
There're three diagrams .... I.Two zones topology , share nothing between each zones. But combine two instance network in same network segment. Zone1 using 192.168.1.0/25, Zone2 using 192.168.1.128/25 . We do not using floating ip. Let instance route from Core Network Switch directly.