Underlying projects and charms

MicroStack can be organised in terms of a number of underlying projects as well as in terms of the individual charmed operators it leverages.

Projects

There are core, dependency, and extended dependency projects.

Core

Project Source Code Bug Report
charm-microceph Source Bugs
charm-rabbitmq-k8s Source Bugs
snap-openstack Source Bugs
snap-openstack-hypervisor Source Bugs
sunbeam-charms Source Bugs
sunbeam-terraform Source Bugs
ubuntu-openstack-rocks Source Bugs

Dependencies

Project Source Code Bug Report
charm-microk8s Source Bugs
juju Source Bugs
microceph Source Bugs
microk8s Source Bugs
mysql-k8s-operator Source Bugs
mysql-router-k8s-operator Source Bugs
self-signed-certificates-operator Source Bugs
tls-certificates-operator Source Bugs
traefik-k8s-operator Source Bugs

Extended dependencies

Project Source Code Bug Report
alertmanager-k8s-operator Source Bugs
bind9-rock Source Bugs
catalogue-k8s-operator Source Bugs
grafana-k8s-operator Source Bugs
loki-k8s-operator Source Bugs
prometheus-k8s-operator Source Bugs
vault-k8s-operator Source Bugs

Charms

Both Kubernetes charms and machine charms are available.

Configuration options are useful when a deployment manifest is in use. See the Deployment manifest page.

Kubernetes charms

Machine charms

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