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Murano Project introduces an application catalog, which allows application developers and cloud administrators to publish various cloud-ready applications in a browsable categorised catalog, which may be used by the cloud users (including the unexperienced ones) to pick-up the needed applications and services and composes the reliable environments out of them in a “push-the-button” manner. Key goal is to provide UI and API which allows to compose and deploy composite environments on the Application abstraction level and then manage their lifecycle. The Service should be able to orchestrate complex circular dependent cases in order to setup complete environments with many dependant applications and services. However, the actual deployment itself will be done by the existing software orchestration tools (such as Heat), while the Murano project will become an integration point for various applications and services.

The current stable version of Murano is v0.4.1. For more information please refer to the Murano v0.4.1 Release Notes.

Main Info


Current stable version 0.4.1

See full list of documentation per release

Getting involved

If you would like to ask some questions or make proposals, feel free to reach us on #murano IRC channel at FreeNode. Typically somebody from our team will be online at IRC from 6:00 to 20:00 UTC. You can also contact Murano community directly by sending an email to OpenStack Development Mailing List (please, use a [Murano] prefix in the 'Subject' field of the your email).

We’re going to hold public weekly meetings on Tuesdays at 17:00 UTC on #openstack-meeting-alt IRC channel. Refer to Meetings.

If you want to contribute either to docs or to code, simply send us change request via review.openstack.org. You can file bugs and register blueprints at Murano Launchpad page.

We’ve created several etherpads to collaborate and gather the requirements together. Feel free to add anything which seems important for you: