OpenStack Release Bot
Update the URL to the upper-constraints file to point to the redirect rule on releases.openstack.org so that anyone working on this branch will switch to the correct upper-constraints list automatically when the requirements repository branches. Until the requirements repository has as stable/victoria branch, tests will continue to use the upper-constraints list on master. Change-Id: Ib170454e53a419fbc1ba0aaaa6895a77188f1c63
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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.
A storyboard project is available if you need to report bugs.
CloudKitty can be deployed with devstack, more information can be found in the devstack section of the documentation.