A set of Neutron drivers for the VMware NSX.
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# -- Welcome!

You have come across a cloud computing network fabric controller. It has
identified itself as "Quantum." It aims to tame your (cloud) networking!

# -- External Resources:

The homepage for Quantum is: http://launchpad.net/quantum . Use this
site for asking for help, and filing bugs. Code is available on github at

The latest and most in-depth documentation on how to use Quantum is
available at: <http://docs.openstack.org>. This includes:

Quantum Administrator Guide

Quantum API Reference:

The start of some developer documentation is available at:

For help using or hacking on Quantum, you can send mail to