Introducing Tuskar

I’ve been working on a new project we’re starting in the OpenStack community, Tuskar, a set of tools to help with deploying and managing large OpenStack installations.

We started with an internal, unadvertised prototype, the conclusion of which is demonstrated here:

I’m excited to note that we’re now in Stackforge, so everything is now open.

Tuskar is the back-end project, with tuskar-ui (where I’m spending most of my time) being the Django interface on top of it. We also have python-tuskarclient as a client library for Tuskar.

Come join us!

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