Development resources for OpenStack clouds

This web page will walk you through the stages of learning to develop applications to run on OpenStack.


Development Environments Writing your First App Reference Architectures View SDKs View APIs View CLIs

Development Environments

Need a place to start learning OpenStack, or your own personal OpenStack development environment?

Public Environments

Private Installations

Writing Your First OpenStack Application

Want to quickly learn how to manipulate OpenStack using the OpenStack SDKs?

OpenStack FirstApp

Reference Architectures

Think of these as curated playlists of OpenStack configurations. These Reference Architectures are based on real-world workloads. The Reference Architecture document will give you a good idea of which core and optional projects might be used by the workload. In addition, each Reference Architecture includes sample Heat and or Murano packages which will allow you to reproduce the workload in your own enviornment.

Reference Architectures

Heat Templates

SDKs

A software development kit (SDK) contains code, examples, and documentation that you use to create OpenStack cloud applications in the language of your choice.

If one of the following SDKs do not support your language or use case, you can use the APIs or one of the other known SDKs.

Ruby

Community
Twitter: @fog
IRC: #ruby-fog on freenode
Mailing list: ruby-fog
Issues: fog/fog Issues

CLIs

A command-line interface (CLI) is a text-based client that helps you create scripts to interact with OpenStack clouds.

To install the CLIs, see Install the CLIs.

To use the CLIs, see OpenStack command-line clients.


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