The goal of OpenStack-Helm is to provide a collection of Helm charts that simply, resiliently, and flexibly deploy OpenStack and related services on Kubernetes.
- Join us on IRC: #openstack-helm on freenode
- Community IRC Meetings: [Every Tuesday @ 3PM UTC], #openstack-meeting-alt on freenode
- Meeting Agenda Items: Agenda
- Join us on Slack - #openstack-helm
Bugs and enhancements are tracked via OpenStack-Helm's Storyboard.
Installation and Development
Please review our documentation. For quick installation, evaluation, and convenience, we have a kubeadm based all-in-one solution that runs in a Docker container. The Kubeadm-AIO set up can be found here.
This project is under active development. We encourage anyone interested in OpenStack-Helm to review our Installation documentation. Feel free to ask questions or check out our current Storyboard backlog.
To evaluate a multinode installation, follow the Bare Metal install guide.
Developers wishing to work on the OpenStack-Helm project should always base their work on the latest code, available from the OpenStack-Helm git repository.
We welcome contributions. Check out this document if you would like to get involved.