Multi-node OpenStack for workstations and edge / IoT
Install and run OpenStack on Linux in minutes. Made for developers and great for edge, IoT, and appliances.
OpenStack in a snap
Zero-ops OpenStack on just about any Linux box.
- GPGPU bindings
- Clustering BETA
A full OpenStack in a single snap package! MicroStack is an upstream multi-node OpenStack deployment which can run directly on your workstation. Although made for developers, it is also suitable for edge, IoT and appliances. Do not wait anymore - grab MicroStack from the Snap Store and get your OpenStack running right away!
Reliable, small, ready to go
Get a full OpenStack system running in minutes.
Runs safely on your laptop with state of the art isolation.
Pure upstream OpenStack delivered to your laptop.
Includes all key OpenStack components: Keystone, Nova, Neutron, Glance, and Cinder.
All the cool things you probably want to try on a small, standard OpenStack are all built-in.
Use MicroStack in your CI/CD pipelines and get on with your day without headaches.
Information: MicroStack requires at least 8 GB of RAM and a multi-core processor.
snap not found? Install snapd first.
On Windows and macOS
Install Multipass then start a multipass vm:
Install the MicroStack snap on that multipass vm:
Configure networks and OpenStack databases
That’s it! Your OpenStack is ready.
Launch a VM
Your VM is up and running now. You should see a message like:
Access your server with
ssh -i /home/ubuntu/.ssh/id_microstack firstname.lastname@example.org
Try a different version, or a beta, or a daily build
Snaps are published in channels which are made up of a track (or major version), and an expected level of stability. Try
snap info microstack to see what versions are currently published. You can run
to get the required version.