OpenStack tenant-level workload reference architectures.
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README.rst

OpenStack Enterprise WG Workload Reference Architectures.

The OpenStack Enterprise Work Group is developing a series of 'tenant-level' reference architectures to help users to learn and understand how to deploy different types of workloads on an OpenStack Cloud. These reference architectures describe the list of OpenStack services that can be used to support the workload and provides sample code to bootstrap the workload environment on an OpenStack Cloud.

This repo will be used to maintain the documents of these reference architectures and sample code.

The Hacking.rst file contains details on how to contribute workload reference architectures.