Rackspace Private Cloud Documentation
Rackspace Private Cloud Software is a set of tools that allow you to quickly install an OpenStack private cloud, configured as recommended by Rackspace OpenStack specialists.
Rackspace Private Cloud uses Chef to create an OpenStack cluster on Ubuntu, CentOS, or Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The installation scripts provide a familiar approach for Linux system administrators, and can be updated easily without downloading and installing a new ISO.
Two versions are now available:
- Rackspace Private Cloud v4.2.2, based on OpenStack Havana (Release Notes)
- Rackspace Private Cloud v4.1.5, based on OpenStack Grizzly (Release Notes)
To get started building a private cloud with the Rackspace tools, refer to our documentation:
- Rackspace Private Cloud Installation Guide: How to prepare nodes for a private cloud installation, and how to use Rackspace's Chef cookbooks to build the cloud. New users should review this documentation first.
- Rackspace Private Cloud Upgrade Guide: How to upgrade an existing self-installed private cloud to the latest version of Rackspace Private Cloud cookbooks.
- Rackspace Private Cloud Networking Guide: How to configure a private cloud to use OpenStack Networking (Neutron).
- Rackspace Private Cloud Getting Started Guide: How to log into your private cloud, create and manage instances, and more.
Additional documentation for Rackspace Private Cloud is available here.
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