Try OpenStack on a single machine using conjure-up
OpenStack with conjure-up
Conjure-up’s ability to easily and quickly deploy real-world OpenStack on a single laptop using LXD containers is ideal for first-time users or developers.
- Laptop, desktop or virtual machine with 16GB RAM, Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and LXD installed
- An hour of your time
Before you start, you’ll want this eBook
The phase change from traditional, monolithic software to multi-host microservices-based big software demands that you approach the challenge of deployment, integration and operations from a different perspective.
This eBook will give you a deeper understanding into why there is a perceived complexity to the installation and operations of OpenStack and how tools like Canonical’s conjure-up and OpenStack Autopilot can help you build a modern, scalable, repeatable and affordable private cloud infrastructure.
Watch the conjure-up walkthrough
1Install and start conjure-up
Getting OpenStack running on your computer is easy with conjure-up.
From the command line type the commands below and follow the step-by-step instructions:
2Select the ‘OpenStack with NovaLXD’ spell
Then follow the rest of the on-screen instructions.
3Follow the on-screen instructions
Configure OpenStack with conjure-up and, when it is completed, go to
http://<openstack ip>/horizonand login with the default username “admin” and password “openstack”.
To learn more about conjure-up visit conjure-up.io