Tutorial: Install single-server OpenStack with conjure-up

David Callé

David Callé

on 2 February 2018

OpenStack is the de facto open source standard to build private and public clouds.

We believe deploying and getting familiar with OpenStack should be an easy task for all developers, that’s why we have built conjure-up, a simple interface to deploy big software with best practices built-in.

In this tutorial, you will learn how to use conjure-up to deploy OpenStack locally on a single machine, without prior knowledge.

It’s recommended you have at least 16GB of RAM.

What you’ll learn

  • How to install OpenStack on your machine with conjure-up
  • How to install and configure LXD

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