Ubuntu is the most popular platform for OpenStack deployments. Canonical is the commercial sponsor of Ubuntu with developers, support staff and engineering centres all over the world.
Canonical is committed to OpenStack by producing high quality releases of OpenStack on a cadence with enterprises, carriers and Service providers to ensure Ubuntu OpenStack is the easiest way to deploy, manage and scale OpenStack clouds.
Charmed OpenStack from Canonical provides a powerful and reliable delivery and operations story for OpenStack on Ubuntu Linux. It is available with enterprise support and as a fully-managed service.
This product uses OpenStack's Ironic Bare Metal service. Ironic allows users to manage bare metal infrastructure like they would virtual machines and provides ideal infrastructure to run container orchestration frameworks like Kubernetes to optimize performance.
|Alarming Service||Train (Aodh )||N/A|
|Block Storage API & Extensions||Train (Cinder v3)|
|Command-line interface for all OpenStack services||Train (Openstackclient )||N/A|
|Compute Service API & Extensions||Train (Nova v2.1)|
|Dashboard||Train (Horizon )||N/A|
|Deploys OpenStack in containers using Charms and Juju||Train (Openstack-charms )||N/A|
|DNS service API||Train (Designate v2)|
|Identity service API & Extensions||Train (Keystone v3.0)|
|Image service API||Train (Glance v2.5)|
|Instances High Availability Service||Train (Masakari )||N/A|
|Key management API||Train (Barbican v1.0)|
|Load balancer||Train (Octavia )||N/A|
|Metering & Data Collection Service API||Train (Ceilometer v2.0)|
|Networking API & Extensions||Train (Neutron v2.0)|
|Object store API & Extensions||Train (Swift v1.0)|
|Orchestration API||Train (Heat v1.0)|
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