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Openstack-Helm is a fully self-contained Helm-based OpenStack deployment on Kubernetes. It will provide baremetal provisioning, persistent storage, full-stack resiliency, full-stack scalability, performance monitoring and tracing, and an optional development pipeline (using Jenkins). This project, along with the tools used within are community-based and open sourced.

Code https://github.com/openstack/openstack-helm
Docs http://openstack-helm.readthedocs.io
Associated Projects https://github.com/att-comdev/armada
Current PTL ...
Meetings Every Tuesday @ 3PM UTC, #openstack-meeting-5 (on freenode)
IRC Channel #openstack-helm on freenode
Meeting Agenda Items Agenda
Slack Channel #openstack-helm
Community Roadmap Items Roadmap Docs


The goal for Openstack-Helm is to provide an incredibly customizable framework for operators and developers alike. This framework will enable end-users to deploy, maintain, and upgrade a fully functioning Openstack environment for both simple and complex environments. Administrators or developers can either deploy all or individual Openstack components along with their required dependancies. It heavily borrows concepts from Stackanetes and other complex Helm application deployments. This project is meant to be a collaborative project that brings Openstack applications into a Cloud-Native model.

Open Releases

Until a 1.0.0 release, this collection is a work in progress and components will continue to be added or modified over time. Please review our Milestones, and Releases for more information.

Installation and Development

This project is under heavy development. We encourage anyone who is interested in Openstack-Helm to review our Installation documentation, complete with verification procedures. Feel free to ask questions or check out our current Issues and Bugs.

Please review our documentation at Read the Docs. For quick installation, evaluation, and convenience, you can use our online Helm repository and configure your environment with Kubeadm-AIO.

For a production-like install, follow the Bare Metal install guide.

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