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A10 Networks Openstack Horizon Dashboard

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# A10 Networks Openstack Horizon Dashboard

A10 Networks Openstack Horizon Dashboard for Thunder, vThunder and AX Series Appliances

Supported releases:

* OpenStack: Icehouse, Juno, Kilo, Liberty, Mitaka
* LBaaS versions: v1, v2
* ACOS versions: ACOS 2/AxAPI 2.1 (ACOS 2.7.2+), ACOS 4/AxAPI 3.0 (ACOS 4.0.1-GA +)

Working but not available for support:

* OpenStack: git/master

## A10 github repos

- [a10-horizon]( - A10 Horizon Dashboard repo.
- [a10-neutron-lbaas]( - Main A10 LBaaS driver repo. Middleware sitting between the
openstack driver and our API client, mapping openstack constructs to A10's AxAPI.
- [acos-client]( - AxAPI client used by A10's OpenStack driver
- [a10-openstack-lbaas]( - OpenStack LBaaS driver,
identical to the files that are currently merged into neutron-lbaas. Pypi package
- [a10-openstack-lbaas, havana branch]( - OpenStack
LBaaS driver, for the Havana release. Pypi package 'a10-openstack-lbaas-havana'.
- [a10networks-ci/project-config]( - A10 Networks OpenStack third-party CI setup scripts

## Installation steps:

### Step 1:

Make sure you have horizon installed. This dashboard will need to be installed on all of your Horizon nodes if you are running Horizon in an HA environment.

### Step 2:

The latest supported version of a10-horizon is available via standard pypi repositories and the current development version is available on github.

##### Installation from pypi
sudo pip install a10-horizon

##### Installation from cloned git repository.

Download the dashboard from: <>

sudo pip install git+

git clone
cd a10-horizon
sudo pip install -e .

## Configuration

Horizon provides a plugin architecture for adding external panels. To enable the A10 Networks Horizon UI dashboard, simply copy the files from `a10_horizon/_enabled_hooks` to the `local/enabled` directory in your Horizon Openstack dashboard directory. These paths can be auto-discovered by typing the following commands:

### a10-horizon path
python -c "import a10_horizon; print(a10_horizon.__path__[0])"
### Horizon dashboard path
python -c "import openstack_dashboard; print (openstack_dashboard.__path__[0])"
## Restart necessary services

a10-horizon has static resources that must be "collected" by Horizon. Following the installation of a10-horizon, execute the following command in the directory where you have installed Horizon:
./ collectstatic
./ compress

Restart horizon after configuration updates (exact command may vary depending
on OpenStack packaging.)

service apache2 restart

## Examples

## A10 Community

Feel free to fork, submit pull requests, or join us on freenode IRC, channel #a10-openstack. Serious support escalations and formal feature requests must
still go through standard A10 processes.

## Contributing

1. Fork it
2. Create your feature branch (`git checkout -b my-new-feature`)
3. Commit your changes (`git commit -am 'Add some feature'`)
4. Push to the branch (`git push origin my-new-feature`)
5. Create new Pull Request
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