This commit replaces the kubeadm Kubernetes deployment script with the
new OpenStack-Helm infra minikube deployment script.
Currently, Airskiff deployment scripts build images of the Airship
components locally so that local changes can be deployed with ease;
however, pulling images with the latest tag has the same effect because
locally built images take precedence over pulling images from the
internet. Therefore, a developer can still build the images locally and
deploy them using the Airskiff deployment scripts.
This change introduces Airskiff (see ), a development/learning environment
for the software delivery components of Airship, to the Airship-Treasuremap
repository. This change also adds a set of scripts accompanied by documentation
for easy deployment. During deployment, Armada, Deckhand, Pegleg, and Shipyard
are downloaded and built from source. Gate scripts from the OpenStack-Helm
project deploy a KubeADM-adminstered cluster. Armada deploys Armada, Deckhand,
and Shipyard into the cluster. The Airship components deploy OpenStack using
the documents provided by the Airskiff site. Airskiff is not safe for
production and should not be duplicated for production usage.