Download OpenStack Autopilot to run an Ubuntu Cloud

Canonical’s OpenStack Autopilot fully automates the deployment of an OpenStack Cloud — just add VMs or servers.

Test drive OpenStack Autopilot appliance for VMware

Complete the form and download the vSphere appliance test drive of OpenStack Autopilot and see what it’s like to install an OpenStack cloud in minutes.

Instructions for the OpenStack Autopilot test drive ›

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Install OpenStack Autopilot on your hardware

OpenStack Autopilot is the world’s easiest dynamic OpenStack installer. It handles every aspect of your cloud both during installation, expansion, and everyday operations. To start, you will need at least five machines with two disks each. Two machines need to have two network interfaces (NICs).

Instructions for installing OpenStack Autopilot ›

Latest version of Ubuntu OpenStack

If you prefer a manual setup of the latest Ubuntu OpenStack version, you can follow the instructions in our OpenStack operations guide.

View instructions here

Use any version of OpenStack

If you’re staying on 12.04 or 14.04 but you need OpenStack Juno, run the following command:

sudo add-apt-repository cloud-archive:juno

Download a previous release

Looking for a previous LTS point release with its original stack? Older versions of Ubuntu remain available.

Previous releases