You can modify the configuration of your VMware Integrated OpenStack deployment to add capacity, enable profiling, update credentials, and change or customize various settings. Adding Capacity to an OpenStack DeploymentYou can add compute clusters and datastores to an existing VMware Integrated OpenStack deployment. Add IP Address Ranges to a NetworkYou can add IP address ranges to the networks in your deployment. Modify Network DNS SettingsYou can modify the DNS settings for the management and API access networks. Update Component CredentialsYour VMware Integrated OpenStack deployment includes credentials that allow OpenStack to access and connect with your LDAP server, NSX Manager, and vCenter Server instance. You can modify these credentials in the VMware Integrated OpenStack vApp. Add Certificates to Your DeploymentYou can add digital certificates to your deployment in the VMware Integrated OpenStack vApp. Configure Public API Rate LimitingLimiting the rate of calls made to API services can make operations more reliable and reduce the incidence of orphaned objects during high load. Modify In-Flight Encryption SettingsYou can change the cipher suites used by HAProxy and specify whether to encrypt in-flight data transferred between internal endpoints. Customize Horizon LogosYou can customize the logos that appear on the VMware Integrated OpenStack dashboard login page and in the upper left corner of other pages. Profile OpenStack ServicesYou can use OSProfiler to enable tracing for the core services in your OpenStack deployment. Tracing captures the response time of all API, RPC, driver, and database calls that are part of an OpenStack operation. OpenStack Instances in vSphereThe instances that you create in your VMware Integrated OpenStack deployment appear as virtual machines in your vCenter Server inventory. Many restrictions apply to how you manage and work with OpenStack VMs. Create a Tenant Virtual Data CenterYou can create tenant virtual data centers to enable secure multi-tenancy and resource allocation. These data centers can be created on different compute nodes that offer specific service level agreements for each telecommunication workload.