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Easily deploy an OpenStack platform in Docker Containers

Project description

Shaddock provides a platform deployed in containers following a predefined template (like a basic infrastructure.)

A basic infrastructure template can be found in [Shaddock-template]( repository.
This template deploy a basic OpenStack infrastructure. You can/should edit it in **/var/lib/shaddock**

Common commands are:
- build [service_name]
- create [service_name]
- start [service_name]
- stop [service_name]
- list
- show [service_name]
- remove [service_name]


Docker installation

Shaddock installation

sudo pip install shaddock


sudo python install

Shaddock template installation
(For an OpenStack platform)

git clone /var/lib/shaddock/




The general architecture of the platform is defined in *services.yaml*
All the configurations (passwords, users, etc.) are in *configuration.yaml*

Both are in [YAML](

In order to use Shaddock with a distant server or on **Mac OS** with boot2docker you can change the address in configuration.yaml


I'm really interested in any advice, idea, help, or contribution.

Shaddock is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at

[Docker-py API Documentation](

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