CloudKitty Horizon Plugin
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CloudKitty dashboard



CloudKitty Wiki


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Horizon dashboard for CloudKitty.


cloudkitty-dashboard is an extension for OpenStack Dashboard providing UI for CloudKitty.

With CloudKitty dashboard, operators can easily define a rating policy for their cloud without the use of a CLI. Users can get information about their usage, and predict costs of an instance.


We are welcoming new contributors, if you've got new ideas, suggestions or want to contribute, contact us.

You can reach us through IRC (#cloudkitty, or on the official OpenStack mailing list

A storyboard project is available if you need to report bugs.

Trying it

CloudKitty can be deployed with devstack, more information can be found in the devstack section of the documentation.