The guides are point in time contributions, and may not always be up to date with the latest work in devstack.
Walk through various setups used by stackers
All-In-One Single VM¶
Run OpenStack in a VM. The VMs launched in your cloud will be slow as they are running in QEMU (emulation), but it is useful if you don’t have spare hardware laying around. [Read]
All-In-One Single Machine¶
Run OpenStack on dedicated hardware This can include a server-class machine or a laptop at home. [Read]
All-In-One LXC Container¶
Run OpenStack in a LXC container. Beneficial for intermediate and advanced users. The VMs launched in this cloud will be fully accelerated but not all OpenStack features are supported. [Read]
Setup a multi-node cluster with dedicated VLANs for VMs & Management. [Read]
DevStack with Neutron Networking¶
Building a DevStack cluster with Neutron Networking. This guide is meant for building lab environments with a dedicated control node and multiple compute nodes.
DevStack with KVM-based Nested Virtualization¶
Procedure to setup DevStack with KVM-based Nested Virtualization. With this setup, Nova instances will be more performant than with plain QEMU emulation.
Nova and devstack¶
Guide to working with nova features Nova and devstack.
Configure Load-Balancer Version 2¶
Guide on Configure Load-Balancer Version 2.
Deploying DevStack with LDAP¶
Guide to setting up DevStack with LDAP.