Synergy is an extensible general purpose management service for OpenStack. Its capabilities are implemented by a collection of managers. It can be used to implement advanced scheduling mechanisms to maximize the overall resource usage.
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README.rst

SYNERGY SERVICE

Synergy is as a new extensible general purpose management OpenStack service. Its capabilities are implemented by a collection of managers which are specific and independent pluggable tasks, executed periodically or interactively. The managers can interact with each other in a loosely coupled way.