OpenStack consists of a number services for running IaaS clouds. This includes Object Store (Swift), Compute (Nova) and Image (Glance) services, among others.
See Getting started with OpenStack Nova for details on how to try out the OpenStack packages.
OpenStack has a preview repository, allowing Fedora N-1 users to try out OpenStack packages from the latest Fedora release. This is similar to the Virtualization Preview Repository.
Preview packages, currently OpenStack Folsom, may be installed using yum after performing the following step:
curl http://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/openstack/openstack-folsom/fedora-openstack-folsom.repo -o /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora-openstack-folsom.repo
OpenStack in Fedora 17
OpenStack in Fedora 18
- openstack-swift (bugs)
- openstack-glance (bugs)
- openstack-nova (bugs)
- openstack-keystone (bugs)
- openstack-quantum (bugs)
- python-django-horizon (bugs)
- python-novaclient (bugs)
- python-nova-adminclient (bugs)
- python-quantumclient (bugs)
- python-keystoneclient (bugs)
- openstack-tempo (bugs)
Packaging in progress:
- none open at the moment
Rather than recommending users to download pre-built Ubuntu images in Getting_started_with_OpenStack Nova, we should have a set of official Fedora images like Cloud_SIG/EC2_Images. These should be built using similar process to the EC2 images.
- openstack-reddwarf - database as a service (will be part of openstack-nova?
- crowbar - OpenStack deployment service and chef wrapper
Some of Ubuntu's stuff may be useful to compare against:
- Ubuntu OpenStack packaging wiki
- Ubuntu OpenStack packaging mailing list
- Ubuntu cloud images
- OpenStack Beginner's Guide on Ubuntu 11-10
OpenStack Official Documentation
OpenStack in EPEL
The Folsom version of OpenStack is in EPEL 6 TESTING, supporting RHEL 6.3. See the Getting started with OpenStack EPEL for installation and setup notes
You can drill down to the latest "el6" version of each of the openstack packages to see, the latest versions available and associated changes.
The following ancillary EPEL packages were added/updated to support the openstack packages: