Reservation Service for OpenStack
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Blazar is a resource reservation service for OpenStack. Blazar enables users to reserve a specific type/amount of resources for a specific time period and it leases these resources to users based on their reservations.

The following two resource types are currently supported:

  • Compute host: reserve and lease with a unit of a whole host
  • Instance: reserve and lease with a unit of a flavor

Please see the following resources to learn more.


See Blazar API reference.


To learn how to deploy and configure Blazar, see the installation guide and the configuration reference.


To learn how to contribute to Blazar, see the contributor guide.

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