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Clarify the current status of Octavia in README

There was some legacy (neutron-lbaas) language in the README.rst
file for Octavia. This patch updates that and highlights the API
version status documentation.

Change-Id: I16bff7fc1a1359f8c34f4e154aa6dd29a5dd7a9b
changes/88/741988/2
Michael Johnson 1 year ago
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@ -16,11 +16,11 @@ Octavia
:alt: Latest Version
Octavia is an operator-grade open source scalable load balancer for use in
large OpenStack deployments. It delivers load balancing services on `amphorae
<https://docs.openstack.org/octavia/latest/reference/glossary.html>`_ and
provides centralized command and control. Octavia is currently the reference
backend for Neutron LBaaS. In the near future, Octavia is likely to become the
standard OpenStack LBaaS API endpoint.
large OpenStack deployments.
Octavia provides the load balancing API for OpenStack. It supports multiple
"provider drivers" that implement load balancing, including the "amphora"
reference driver included with Octavia.
Octavia is distributed under the terms of the Apache License, Version 2.0.
The full terms and conditions of this license are detailed in the LICENSE

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api-ref/source/index.rst

@ -7,11 +7,11 @@
This is a reference for the OpenStack Load Balancing API which is provided by
the Octavia project.
Current API version
**Current** API version
:doc:`Octavia API v2<v2/index>`
Supported API version
**Supported** API version
None
@ -27,15 +27,15 @@ superset of the previous versions of the same major revision.
The API status reflects the state of the endpoint on the service.
* Current indicates a stable version that is up-to-date, recent, and might
* *Current* indicates a stable version that is up-to-date, recent, and might
receive future versions. This endpoint should be prioritized over all
others.
* Supported is a stable version that is available on the server. However, it
* *Supported* is a stable version that is available on the server. However, it
is not likely the most recent available and might not be updated or might
be deprecated at some time in the future.
* Deprecated is a stable version that is still available but is being
* *Deprecated* is a stable version that is still available but is being
deprecated and might be removed in the future.
* Experimental is not a stable version. This version is under development or
* *Experimental* is not a stable version. This version is under development or
contains features that are otherwise subject to change. For more
information about API status values and version information, see
`Version Discovery <https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/VersionDiscovery>`__.

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