I'm trying to set up an own Cloud Lab on a self-built server.
- Board: Gigabyte Z77MX-D3H TH
- CPU: Xeon E3-1245 v2
- 16GB Crucial Ballistix CL8 1600Mhz
- NETWORK: ALFA AWUS036H
- additional crap (like crap-hdd, cooler, etc).
I can only use (at this moment) a wireless connection because the box is far away from the router.
I tried with Cloudstack and wanted to try with Openstack but I have read a lot of about (people who work with in production) that it is not a good solution and it will be more useful for me to try out with ProxMox.
Now I have ProxMox up, but I can not establish any wireless-connections. At the PVE-Forum I got that they don't support or have not provided any wireless-network setup because PVE has some problems because of bridging.
My question is now:
I have my metal here (see hardware description above).
I have almost no experience with virtualization on Unix/Linux.
(I'm using VMware WS on my Ubuntu and I worked some weeks with OpenNebula (setting up and s.o.).
-> What should I use for my Cloud Lab / virtualisation environment, and if ProxMox is a good point to go on, how to solve the wireless problem?
I will definitely need kvm as hypervisor.