Fuel plugin for NSX-V integration
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README.md

Fuel NSXv plugin

Fuel NSXv plugin enables OpenStack deployment which utilizes vCenter with installed and configured VMware NSXv network virtualization software.

See doc/ directory for documentation.

To build HTML variant of documentation you need to install sphinx document generator, easiest way to do this is to use doc/requirements.txt.

$ pip install -r doc/requirements.txt

$ cd doc/user

$ make html

After that you can start exploring documentation in doc/user/source/_build/html/ directory.