# A great option to install and run an OpenStack cloud on your laptop or inside a VM on a cloud.
# Ideal for potential users who want to see what the Dashboard looks like from an admin or user perspective, and OpenStack contributors who wish to test their apps against a complete local environment.
# A well documented shell script that enables users to build complete Openstack development environments.
You can read more about Devstack “(newwindow)here”:http://devstack.org/
# A service to orchestrate multiple composite cloud applications using the AWS CloudFormation template format, through both an OpenStack-native ReST API and a CloudFormation-compatible Query API.
# A great tool that gives developers and administrators an easy way to create a collection of related Openstack resources and provision them in an orderly and predictable fashion.
You can read more about Heat “(newwindow)here”:https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Heat
How to install it on EC2
Create a “strong” EC2 instance that will be able to funcation well under the load. –
I used an m1.xlarge Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS instance (AMI-89b1a3fd) which is available in the eu-west-1 region (Ireland).
To install devatack and heat, you can invoke the following command:
In the following snippet ,you can go over the script and see what it does :
(info). It’s done, so let’s have fun :
Get the nova flavor list
Get the nova image list
Create a private key for Heat
Create a new Heat stack
Delete a Heat stack
Good luck !