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Intel and Wind River have jointly open sourced components from the Wind River® Titanium Cloud portfolio, with code being upstreamed to a new open source project called StarlingX, and hosted by the OpenStack Foundation.

Wind River Titanium Cloud was built on open source components, which were then extended and targeted to be hardened to address critical infrastructure requirements: high availability, fault management, and performance management needed for continuous 24/7 operation.

The StarlingX project opens many of these enhancements to the open source community, giving others a reference platform upon which to innovate. Through the StarlingX project, Intel and Wind River invite the community to contribute code, and look forward to working together to define the infrastructure stack for edge computing and accelerating integration across many existing open source projects including cloud native technologies.

The code made available via the StarlingX project will:
  • Provide service management, REST APIs, and process monitoring
  • Deliver standalone fault management service, including extensions to OpenStack Horizon
  • Provide software repository management, patching, upgrade, backup, and restore services
  • Include bare metal management, a next-generation Virtual Infrastructure Manager (VIM) along with VIM helper components, the OpenStack Nova API proxy, and guest API infrastructure

Additional code contributions not upstreamed to existing projects will deliver capabilities through sub-projects under StarlingX, to provide critical functionality: service management, fault management, software and lifecycle management, bare metal installation and management, and configuration management.


  • Under development


Bug Tracking

  • StarlingX Bug List
    • This list is sorted manually by drag and drop.
    • Please create bugs for any issues found in Storyboard, against one of the stx-* projects. If you can't find the right project, use stx-integ
    • After you create the bug, please add it to the Bug Worklist (link above)

Status and Planning


OpenStack Documentation

These are references to general OpenStack material: