An OpenStack project designed to make cloud services easier to consume and integrate into your application development process. See: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Solum
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Solum

Application Lifecycle Management

An OpenStack project designed to make cloud services easier to consume and integrate into your application development process.

Overview

Solum is natively designed for OpenStack clouds and leverages numerous OpenStack projects, including Keystone, Swift, Glance, Heat, Nova, Trove, and more. We value vendor neutrality, open design and collaboration, and leveraging existing solutions where possible. One example is our use of Docker for deployment of containers. Multiple language run-time environments will be supported with a modular "language pack" solution so you can easily run applications written in any language of your choice.

Development-setup with Solum

See the solum-development-setup guide.

Getting started with Solum

See the getting_started guide.

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