Vendor drivers for OpenStack
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"projects": [
{
"id": "openstack/cinder",
"name": "Cinder (Block Storage)"
},
{
"id": "openstack/designate",
"name": "Designate"
},
{
"id": "openstack/glance",
"name": "Glance (Image Service)"
},
{
"id": "openstack/ironic",
"name": "Ironic (Bare Metal Provisioning)"
},
{
"id": "openstack/manila",
"name": "Manila (Shared File Storage)"
},
{
"id": "openstack/neutron",
"name": "Neutron (Networking)"
},
{
"id": "openstack/nova",
"name": "Nova (Compute)"
},
{
"id": "openstack/sahara",
"name": "Sahara (Data Processing)"
}
],
"releases": [
{
"id": "Austin",
"wiki": "https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ReleaseNotes/Austin",
"start": "2010-Jan-01"
},
{
"id": "Bexar",
"wiki": "https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ReleaseNotes/Bexar",
"start": "2010-Oct-21"
},
{
"id": "Cactus",
"wiki": "https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ReleaseNotes/Cactus",
"start": "2011-Feb-03"
},
{
"id": "Diablo",
"wiki": "https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ReleaseNotes/Diablo",
"start": "2011-Apr-15"
},
{
"id": "Essex",
"wiki": "https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ReleaseNotes/Essex",
"start": "2011-Sep-22"
},
{
"id": "Folsom",
"wiki": "https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ReleaseNotes/Folsom",
"start": "2012-Apr-05"
},
{
"id": "Grizzly",
"wiki": "https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ReleaseNotes/Grizzly",
"start": "2012-Oct-04"
},
{
"id": "Havana",
"wiki": "https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ReleaseNotes/Havana",
"start": "2013-Apr-04"
},
{
"id": "Icehouse",
"wiki": "https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ReleaseNotes/Icehouse",
"start": "2013-Oct-17"
},
{
"id": "Juno",
"wiki": "https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ReleaseNotes/Juno",
"start": "2014-Apr-17"
},
{
"id": "Kilo",
"wiki": "https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ReleaseNotes/Kilo",
"start": "2014-Oct-16"
},
{
"id": "Liberty",
"wiki": "https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ReleaseNotes/Liberty",
"start": "2015-Apr-30"
},
{
"id": "Mitaka",
"wiki": "http://releases.openstack.org/mitaka/",
"start": "2015-Oct-15"
},
{
"id": "Newton",
"wiki": "http://releases.openstack.org/newton/",
"start": "2016-Apr-05"
},
{
"id": "Ocata",
"wiki": "http://releases.openstack.org/ocata/",
"start": "2017-Feb-22"
},
{
"id": "Pike",
"wiki": "http://releases.openstack.org/pike/",
"start": "2017-Aug-30"
},
{
"id": "Queens",
"wiki": "http://releases.openstack.org/queens/",
"start": "2018-Feb-28",
"active": true
},
{
"id": "Rocky",
"wiki": "http://releases.openstack.org/rocky/",
"start": "2018-Aug-29",
"active": true
},
{
"id": "Stein",
"wiki": "http://releases.openstack.org/stein/",
"start": "2019-Apr-10",
"active": true
},
{
"id": "Train",
"wiki": "http://releases.openstack.org/train/",
"start": "2019-Oct-17",
"active": true
},
{
"id": "Ussuri",
"wiki": "http://releases.openstack.org/ussuri/",
"start": "2020-May-13",
"active": true
},
{
"id": "Victoria",
"wiki": "http://releases.openstack.org/victoria/",
"start": "2020-Oct-14",
"active": true
},
{
"id": "Wallaby",
"wiki": "http://releases.openstack.org/wallaby/",
"start": "2021-Apr-14",
"active": true
}
],
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{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Block Bridge",
"name": "Block Bridge iSCSI",
"description": "Volume driver.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Joshua Huber",
"email": "jhuber@blockbridge.com",
"launchpad_id": "huber"
}
],
"wiki": "",
"releases": [
"Liberty"
]
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Ceph",
"name": "Ceph RADOS Block Device (RBD)",
"description": "The Ceph RADOS Block Device volume driver allows to use Ceph RADOS block devices (RBD) for volumes.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Josh Durgin",
"email": "josh.durgin@inktank.com",
"launchpad_id": "jdurgin"
},
{
"name": "Mike Perez",
"email": "thingee@gmail.com",
"launchpad_id": "thingee"
},
{
"name": "Edward Hope-Morley",
"email": "edward.hope-morley@canonical.com",
"launchpad_id": "hopem"
},
{
"name": "Eric Harney",
"email": "eharney@redhat.com",
"launchpad_id": "eharney"
},
{
"name": "Jon Bernard",
"email": "jobernar@redhat.com",
"launchpad_id": "jbernard"
}
],
"wiki": "http://docs.openstack.org/kilo/config-reference/content/ceph-rados.html",
"releases": [
"Cactus",
"Diablo",
"Essex",
"Folsom",
"Grizzly",
"Havana",
"Icehouse",
"Juno",
"Kilo",
"Liberty"
],
"ci": {
"id": "jenkins",
"success_pattern": "gate-tempest-dsvm-full-ceph \\S+ : SUCCESS",
"failure_pattern": "gate-tempest-dsvm-full-ceph \\S+ : FAILURE"
}
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Citrix",
"name": "XenAPINFS volume driver",
"description": "XenAPINFS is a Block Storage (Cinder) driver that uses an NFS share through the XenAPI Storage Manager to store virtual disk images and expose those virtual disks as volumes. This driver does not access the NFS share directly. It accesses the share only through XenAPI Storage Manager. Consider this driver as a reference implementation for use of the XenAPI Storage Manager in OpenStack (present in XenServer and XCP).",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Mate Lakat",
"email": "mate.lakat@citrix.com",
"launchpad_id": "mate-lakat"
}
],
"wiki": "http://docs.openstack.org/juno/config-reference/content/xenapinfs.html",
"releases": [
"Grizzly"
]
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Cloud Byte",
"name": "Cloud Byte iSCSI volume driver",
"description": "Volume driver for Cloud Byte iSCSI",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Amit Das",
"email": "amit.das@cloudbyte.com",
"launchpad_id": "amit-das-8"
}
],
"wiki": "",
"releases": [
"Kilo",
"Liberty"
]
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Cloudbase",
"name": "Windows Server iSCSI Cinder driver",
"description": "Windows iSCSI volume back-end driver for Windows Server 2012 and above.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Alessandro Pilotti",
"email": "apilotti@cloudbasesolutions.com",
"launchpad_id": "alexpilotti"
},
{
"name": "Lucian Petrut",
"email": "lpetrut@cloudbasesolutions.com",
"launchpad_id": "petrutlucian94"
},
{
"name": "Octavian Ciuhandu",
"email": "ociuhandu@cloudbasesolutions.com",
"launchpad_id": "ociuhandu"
}
],
"wiki": "http://docs.openstack.org/juno/config-reference/content/windows-volume-driver.html",
"releases": [
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"Havana",
"Icehouse",
"Juno",
"Kilo",
"Liberty",
"Mitaka",
"Newton",
"Ocata",
"Pike"
],
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"failure_pattern": "cinder-iscsi-full-tempest \\S+ : FAILURE"
}
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{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Cloudbase",
"name": "Windows SMB3 Cinder driver",
"description": "SMB3 volume back-end driver for Windows Server 2012 and above.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Alessandro Pilotti",
"email": "apilotti@cloudbasesolutions.com",
"launchpad_id": "alexpilotti"
},
{
"name": "Lucian Petrut",
"email": "lpetrut@cloudbasesolutions.com",
"launchpad_id": "petrutlucian94"
},
{
"name": "Octavian Ciuhandu",
"email": "ociuhandu@cloudbasesolutions.com",
"launchpad_id": "ociuhandu"
}
],
"wiki": "http://docs.openstack.org/juno/config-reference/content/windows-volume-driver.html",
"releases": [
"Kilo",
"Liberty",
"Mitaka",
"Newton",
"Ocata",
"Pike"
],
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}
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Cloudbase",
"name": "Linux SMB3 Cinder driver",
"description": "SMB3 volume back-end driver for Linux.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Alessandro Pilotti",
"email": "apilotti@cloudbasesolutions.com",
"launchpad_id": "alexpilotti"
},
{
"name": "Lucian Petrut",
"email": "lpetrut@cloudbasesolutions.com",
"launchpad_id": "petrutlucian94"
},
{
"name": "Octavian Ciuhandu",
"email": "ociuhandu@cloudbasesolutions.com",
"launchpad_id": "ociuhandu"
}
],
"wiki": "http://docs.openstack.org/juno/config-reference/content/windows-volume-driver.html",
"releases": [
"Kilo",
"Liberty",
"Mitaka",
"Newton",
"Ocata"
]
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Cloudfounders",
"name": "CloudFounders Open vStorage driver",
"description": "The driver allows to configure the OpenStack Block Storage service for use with CloudFounders Open vStorage appliance. Open vStorage is an open-source software defined storage VM storagerouter, a layer in between Virtual machines and storage backends. It is compatible with Swift (via S3) interface as backend and nova compute nodes as frontend, it serves volumes via a virtual filesystem using .raw files. Multiple Storage Routers can coordinate between them and allow live migration with near-zero copy (only local cache is synced).",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Eduard Biceri Matei",
"email": "eduard.matei@cloudfounders.com",
"launchpad_id": "cubusbacau"
}
],
"wiki": "http://doc.openvstorage.com/doc_openvstorage/Installation",
"releases": [
"Kilo"
],
"ci": {
"id": "cloudfoundersci",
"success_pattern": "SUCCESS",
"failure_pattern": "FAILURE"
}
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Coho Data",
"name": "Coho Data driver",
"description": "The Coho DataStream Scale-Out Storage allows your Block Storage service to scale seamlessly. The architecture consists of commodity storage servers with SDN ToR switches. Leveraging an SDN OpenFlow controller allows you to scale storage horizontally, while avoiding storage and network bottlenecks by intelligent load-balancing and parallelized workloads.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Bardia Keyoumarsi",
"email": "bardia.keyoumarsi@cohodata.com",
"launchpad_id": "bardia-keyoumarsi"
}
],
"wiki": "http://docs.openstack.org/draft/config-reference/block-storage/drivers/coho-data-driver.html",
"releases": [
"Mitaka"
],
"ci": {
"id": "coho-openstack-ci",
"success_pattern": "SUCCESS",
"failure_pattern": "FAILURE"
}
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "CoprHD Community",
"name": "CoprHD FC driver",
"description": "The CoprHD FC driver supports FC block storage via the CoprHD open source software-defined storage controller and API platform.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Parashuram Hallur",
"email": "parashuram.hallur@emc.com",
"launchpad_id": "hallur-p-t"
}
],
"wiki": "https://docs.openstack.org/cinder/pike/configuration/block-storage/drivers/coprhd-driver.html",
"releases": [
"Newton",
"Ocata",
"Pike"
]
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "CoprHD Community",
"name": "CoprHD iSCSI driver",
"description": "The CoprHD iSCSI driver supports iSCSI block storage via the CoprHD open source software-defined storage controller and API platform.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Parashuram Hallur",
"email": "parashuram.hallur@emc.com",
"launchpad_id": "hallur-p-t"
}
],
"wiki": "https://docs.openstack.org/cinder/pike/configuration/block-storage/drivers/coprhd-driver.html",
"releases": [
"Newton",
"Ocata",
"Pike"
]
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "CoprHD Community",
"name": "CoprHD ScaleIO driver",
"description": "The CoprHD ScaleIO driver supports ScaleIO Data Client connected volumes via the CoprHD open source software-defined storage controller and API platform.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Parashuram Hallur",
"email": "parashuram.hallur@emc.com",
"launchpad_id": "hallur-p-t"
}
],
"wiki": "https://docs.openstack.org/cinder/pike/configuration/block-storage/drivers/coprhd-driver.html",
"releases": [
"Newton",
"Ocata",
"Pike"
]
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Coraid",
"name": "Coraid AoE driver",
"description": "The driver allows to configure the OpenStack Block Storage service for use with Coraid storage appliances. Coraid storage appliances use the low-latency ATA-over-Ethernet (ATA) protocol to provide high-bandwidth data transfer between hosts and data on the network.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Yacine Kheddache",
"email": "yacine@alyseo.com",
"launchpad_id": "yacine-b"
}
],
"wiki": "http://docs.openstack.org/juno/config-reference/content/coraid_aoe_driver_configuration.html",
"releases": [
"Grizzly",
"Havana",
"Icehouse",
"Juno"
],
"ci": {
"id": "coraid-ci",
"success_pattern": "Build Successful",
"failure_pattern": "Build Failed"
}
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Datera",
"name": "Datera iSCSI Volume driver",
"description": "Datera Volume driver can allow OpenStack services communicate with Datera EDF storage for both vHost and ISCSI.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Matt Smith",
"email": "mss@datera.io",
"launchpad_id": "alastor"
}
],
"wiki": "http://docs.openstack.org/developer/cinder/api/cinder.volume.drivers.datera.html?highlight=datera#module-cinder.volume.drivers.datera",
"releases": [
"Juno",
"Kilo",
"Liberty",
"Mitaka",
"Newton"
],
"ci": {
"id": "datera-ci",
"success_pattern": "Build Successful",
"failure_pattern": "Build Failed"
}
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Dell EMC",
"name": "Dell EMC PS Series iSCSI volume driver",
"description": "The Dell EMC PS Series volume driver interacts with configured PS Series (EqualLogic) storage arrays and supports various operations, such as volume creation and deletion, volume attachment and detachment, snapshot creation and deletion, and clone creation.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Rajini Karthik",
"email": "rajini.karthik@dell.com",
"irc": "rajinir",
"launchpad_id": "rajinir"
}
],
"wiki": "https://docs.openstack.org/cinder/train/configuration/block-storage/drivers/dell-equallogic-driver.html",
"releases": [
"Havana",
"Icehouse",
"Juno",
"Kilo",
"Liberty",
"Mitaka",
"Newton",
"Ocata",
"Pike",
"Queens",
"Rocky",
"Stein"
]
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Dell EMC",
"name": "Dell EMC ScaleIO",
"description": "The Dell EMC ScaleIO driver supports ScaleIO Data Client connected volumes by using ScaleIO REST API.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Ivan Pchelintsev",
"email": "ivan.pchelintsev@dell.com",
"launchpad_id": "pcheli"
}
],
"wiki": "https://docs.openstack.org/cinder/queens/configuration/block-storage/drivers/dell-emc-scaleio-driver.html",
"releases": [
"Liberty",
"Mitaka",
"Newton",
"Ocata",
"Pike",
"Queens"
],
"ci": {
"id": "emc-scaleio-ci",
"success_pattern": "DELLEMC_SCALEIO \\S+ : SUCCESS",
"failure_pattern": "DELLEMC_SCALEIO \\S+ : FAILURE"
}
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Dell EMC",
"name": "Dell EMC VxFlexOS",
"description": "The Dell EMC VxFlex OS driver (formerly named as Dell EMC ScaleIO) supports ScaleIO Data Client connected volumes by using ScaleIO REST API.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Ivan Pchelintsev",
"email": "ivan.pchelintsev@dell.com",
"launchpad_id": "pcheli"
}
],
"wiki": "https://docs.openstack.org/cinder/ussuri/configuration/block-storage/drivers/dell-emc-vxflex-driver.html",
"releases": [
"Rocky",
"Stein",
"Train",
"Ussuri"
],
"ci": {
"id": "EMC_VxFlexOS",
"success_pattern": "DELLEMC_VxFlexOS \\S+ : SUCCESS",
"failure_pattern": "DELLEMC_VxFlexOS \\S+ : FAILURE"
}
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Dell EMC",
"name": "Dell EMC PowerFlex",
"description": "The Dell EMC Powerflex driver (formerly named as Dell EMC VxFlexOS) supports ScaleIO Data Client connected volumes by using ScaleIO REST API.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Ivan Pchelintsev",
"email": "ivan.pchelintsev@dell.com",
"launchpad_id": "pcheli"
}
],
"wiki": "https://docs.openstack.org/cinder/wallaby/configuration/block-storage/drivers/dell-emc-powerflex-driver.html",
"releases": [
"Victoria",
"Wallaby"
],
"ci": {
"id": "EMC_PowerFlex",
"success_pattern": "DELLEMC_PowerFlex \\S+ : SUCCESS",
"failure_pattern": "DELLEMC_PowerFlex \\S+ : FAILURE"
}
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Dell EMC",
"name": "Dell EMC PowerStore",
"description": "The Dell EMC PowerStore driver supports mid range Dell EMC FC and iSCSI PowerStore storage arrays.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Ivan Pchelintsev",
"email": "ivan.pchelintsev@dell.com",
"launchpad_id": "pcheli"
}
],
"wiki": "https://docs.openstack.org/cinder/wallaby/configuration/block-storage/drivers/dell-emc-powerstore-driver.html",
"releases": [
"Victoria",
"Wallaby"
],
"ci": {
"id": "EMC_PowerStore",
"success_pattern": "DELLEMC_PowerStore \\S+ : SUCCESS",
"failure_pattern": "DELLEMC_PowerStore \\S+ : FAILURE"
}
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Dell EMC",
"name": "Dell EMC SC Series iSCSI volume driver",
"description": "The Dell EMC SC Series ISCSI volume driver interacts with configured SC arrays and supports various operations, such as volume creation and deletion, volume attachment and detachment, snapshot creation and deletion, clone creation, and multi-attach.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Ivan Pchelintsev",
"email": "ivan.pchelintsev@dell.com",
"launchpad_id": "pcheli"
}
],
"wiki": "https://docs.openstack.org/cinder/wallaby/configuration/block-storage/drivers/dell-storagecenter-driver.html",
"releases": [
"Kilo",
"Liberty",
"Mitaka",
"Newton",
"Ocata",
"Pike",
"Queens",
"Rocky",
"Stein",
"Train",
"Ussuri",
"Victoria",
"Wallaby"
],
"ci": {
"id": "dell.emc.sc.series.ci",
"success_pattern": "DellEMC_SC_iSCSI \\S+ : SUCCESS",
"failure_pattern": "DellEMC_SC_iSCSI \\S+ : FAILURE"
}
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Dell EMC",
"name": "Dell EMC SC Series FC Driver",
"description": "The Dell EMC SC Series FC volume driver interacts with configured SC Series arrays and supports various operations, such as volume creation and deletion, volume attachment and detachment, snapshot creation and deletion, clone creation, and multi-attach.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Ivan Pchelintsev",
"email": "ivan.pchelintsev@dell.com",
"launchpad_id": "pcheli"
}
],
"wiki": "https://docs.openstack.org/cinder/wallaby/configuration/block-storage/drivers/dell-storagecenter-driver.html",
"releases": [
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"Liberty",
"Mitaka",
"Newton",
"Ocata",
"Pike",
"Queens",
"Rocky",
"Stein",
"Train",
"Ussuri",
"Victoria",
"Wallaby"
],
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"success_pattern": "DellEMC_SC_FC \\S+ : SUCCESS",
"failure_pattern": "DellEMC_SC_FC \\S+ : FAILURE"
}
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Dell EMC",
"name": "Dell EMC Unity FC driver",
"description": "The Dell EMC Unity FC driver runs volume operations by communicating with the back-end Unity storage.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "EMC VNX OpenStack",
"email": "emc.vnx.openstack@emc.com",
"launchpad_id": "emc-vnx-openstack"
}
],
"wiki": "https://docs.openstack.org/cinder/wallaby/configuration/block-storage/drivers/dell-emc-unity-driver.html",
"releases": [
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"Pike",
"Queens",
"Rocky",
"Stein",
"Train",
"Ussuri",
"Victoria",
"Wallaby"
],
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"id": "emc-unity-ci",
"success_pattern": "DELLEMC_UNITY_FC \\S+ : SUCCESS",
"failure_pattern": "DELLEMC_UNITY_FC \\S+ : FAILURE"
}
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Dell EMC",
"name": "Dell EMC Unity iSCSI driver",
"description": "The Dell EMC Unity iSCSI driver runs volume operations by communicating with the back-end Unity storage.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "EMC VNX OpenStack",
"email": "emc.vnx.openstack@emc.com",
"launchpad_id": "emc-vnx-openstack"
}
],
"wiki": "https://docs.openstack.org/cinder/wallaby/configuration/block-storage/drivers/dell-emc-unity-driver.html",
"releases": [
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"Pike",
"Queens",
"Rocky",
"Stein",
"Train",
"Ussuri",
"Victoria",
"Wallaby"
],
"ci": {
"id": "emc-vnx-ci",
"success_pattern": "DELLEMC_UNITY_FC \\S+ : SUCCESS",
"failure_pattern": "DELLEMC_UNITY_FC \\S+ : FAILURE"
}
},
{
"project_id": "openstack/cinder",
"vendor": "Dell EMC",
"name": "Dell EMC PowerMAX FC driver",
"description": "The Dell EMC PowerMAX FC driver runs volume operations by communicating with the back-end PowerMAX storage, using the Unisphere REST API.",
"maintainers": [
{
"name": "Helen Walsh",
"email": "helen.walsh@emc.com",
"launchpad_id": "walshh2"
}
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