Ansible playbooks for deploying OpenStack.
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Jay Clark 37ed05243a Load glance metadata definitions 7 years ago
doc Fix Install Guide's TOC 7 years ago
etc Seperated out Telemetry Alarming (Aodh) 7 years ago
playbooks Load glance metadata definitions 7 years ago
scripts Add reliable OS detection for ansible bootstrap 7 years ago
.gitignore Fix the path of build docs in .gitignore 7 years ago
.gitreview Update .gitreview for project rename 7 years ago
LICENSE.txt Add profiling for Ansible tasks 7 years ago
README.rst Various Documentation Updates 7 years ago
ansible-role-requirements.yml Implementation of keepalived for haproxy 7 years ago
ansible-role-requirements.yml.example Convert existing roles into galaxy roles 8 years ago
dev-requirements.txt Adds a pep8 target to tox.ini 7 years ago
global-requirement-pins.txt Remove WebOb 1.5.0 cap 7 years ago
requirements.txt Block/cap incompatible libraries 7 years ago
setup.cfg Rename everything for the osad to osa name change 7 years ago Uses tox for automating documentation builds 7 years ago
tox.ini Updates the lint check to ignore templates 7 years ago


OpenStack Ansible

OpenStack-Ansible is an official OpenStack project which aims to deploy production environments from source in a way that makes it scalable while also being simple to operate, upgrade, and grow.

For an overview of the mission, repositories and related Wiki home page, please see the formal Home Page for the project.

For those looking to test OpenStack-Ansible using an All-In-One (AIO) build, please see the Quick Start guide.

For more detailed Installation and Operator documentation, please see the Install Guide.

If OpenStack-Ansible is missing something you'd like to see included, then we encourage you to see the Developer Documentation for more details on how you can get involved.

If you have some questions, or would like some assistance with achieving your goals, then please feel free to reach out to us on the OpenStack Mailing Lists (particularly openstack-operators or openstack-dev) or on IRC in #openstack-ansible on the freenode network.