OpenStack Orchestration (Heat)
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api-ref/source Fix doc generation for Python3 Apr 17, 2017
bin Remove log translations Mar 25, 2017
contrib Remove usage of parameter enforce_type May 8, 2017
devstack Fix py35 tempest issue Jun 22, 2017
doc Add 'contains' function Jun 22, 2017
etc/heat Mark the default policy usage for neutron resource May 18, 2017
heat Merge "Filter out resources not in template when listing" Jun 28, 2017
heat_integrationtests Update functional tests missing skip check Jun 28, 2017
heat_upgradetests In-tree grenade support for Heat Jul 2, 2015
install-guide/source Updated the description about the verify operation. May 10, 2017
rally-scenarios Update rally link Mar 24, 2017
releasenotes Merge "Add releasenotes for Magnum resource replacement" Jun 28, 2017
tools Remove subunit-trace fork Apr 6, 2017
.coveragerc Update .coveragerc after the removal of openstack directory Nov 12, 2016
.gitignore Add .idea pattern to .gitignore Apr 3, 2017
.gitreview Update .gitreview for org move. Dec 2, 2012
.testr.conf Add separate requirements.txt to integration tests Apr 1, 2015
CONTRIBUTING.rst Workflow documentation is now in infra-manual Dec 5, 2014
HACKING.rst Prepare for using standard python tests Feb 4, 2017
LICENSE Initial commit (basics copied from glance) Mar 13, 2012
README.rst Switch to heat-agents for docs Jan 18, 2017
babel.cfg Add and friends Mar 13, 2012
config-generator.conf Move heat_keystoneclient to clients package Jun 1, 2016 stop using deprecated option group for rabbit Sep 1, 2015
requirements.txt Updated from global requirements Jun 27, 2017
setup.cfg Fix python-novaclient 8.0.0 related issues May 16, 2017 Updated from global requirements Mar 2, 2017
test-requirements.txt Updated from global requirements Jun 27, 2017
tox.ini Enable DeprecationWarning in test environments May 17, 2017 use stderr for error echo message Jan 17, 2016


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Heat is a service to orchestrate multiple composite cloud applications using templates, through both an OpenStack-native REST API and a CloudFormation-compatible Query API.

Why heat? It makes the clouds rise and keeps them there.

Getting Started

If you'd like to run from the master branch, you can clone the git repo:

git clone

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