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downpour --- OpenStack Tenant Data Migration Tool
downpour exports tenant data from an OpenStack cloud to create a set of Ansible playbooks for importing the data into another cloud.
Installing and Using
The project is in a very very early prototyping stage.
downpour uses os-client-config for settings related to accessing the cloud. Fill in your
clouds.yaml or use the environment variables or command line arguments provided.
With tox installed, experiment via:
$ tox -e venv -- downpour