A library containing standardized resource class names in the Placement service.
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os-resource-classes

A list of standardized resource classes for OpenStack.

A resource class is a distinct type of inventory that exists in a cloud environment, for example VCPU, DISK_GB. They are upper case with underscores. They often include a unit in their name.

This package provides a collection of symbols representing those standard resource classes which are expected to be available in any OpenStack deployment.

There also exists a concept of custom resource classes. These are countable types that are custom to a particular environment. The OpenStack placement API provides a way to create these. A custom resource class always begins with a CUSTOM_ prefix.