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on 21 May 2014

This article is out of date. Please visit ubuntu.com/autopilot for up-to-date instructions on installing OpenStack.

Deploying production grade OpenStack with MAAS, Juju and Landscape

This documentation has been created to describe best practice in deploying a production grade installation of OpenStack using current Canonical technologies, including bare metal provisioning using MAAS, service orchestration with Juju and system management with Landscape.

This installation documentation is divided into four main topics:

  1. Installing the MAAS Metal As A Service software
  2. Installing Juju and configuring it to work with MAAS
  3. Using Juju to deploy OpenStack
  4. Deploying Landscape to manage your OpenStack cloud

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