[Airship-discuss] Fwd: OOK,Airship
A few companies who work on development of Airship do use it,
including production uses: AT&T, SUSE, Mirantis, Ericsson, SK Telekom
and others. Many of those companies (if not all) use Airship +
OpenStack Helm as well.
Airship, as you have mentioned, is a collection of components for
undercloud control plane, which helps to deploy nodes with
OS+Docker+Kubernetes on it, configure/manage it all in GitOps way, and
then help to maintain the configuration. It also allows to manage
deploys and maintenance of whatever runs on top of Kubernetes cluster,
would that be OpenStack Helm or other software packaged in Helm
OpenStack Helm does not really require to be running on
Airship-managed cluster. It could run standalone.
Yes, you can roll out an open source production grade
Airship/Openstack Helm deployment today. Good example of production
grade configuration could be found in airship/treasuremap repository
 as 'seaworthy' site definition. You are welcome to try, of course.
For the questions - reach out to us on IRC #airshipit at Freenode of via
Airship-discuss mailing list.
On Wed, Oct 2, 2019 at 9:27 PM Ashlee Ferguson <ashlee at openstack.org> wrote:
> Hi Charles,
> Glad to hear youâ??re interested! Forwarding this to the Airship ML since there may be folks on this mailing list that will have pointers who didn't see the openstack-discuss post.
> Begin forwarded message:
> From: Charles <cems at ebi.ac.uk>
> Subject: OOK,Airship
> Date: October 2, 2019 at 5:39:16 PM GMT+2
> To: openstack-discuss at lists.openstack.org
> We are interested in OOK and Openstack Helm.
> Has anyone any experience with Airship (now that 1.0 is out)?
> Noticed that a few Enterprise distributions are looking at managing the Openstack control plane with Kubernetes and have been testing Airship with a view to rolling it out (Mirantis,SUSE)
> Is this a signal that there is momentum around Openstack Helm?
> Is it possible to roll out an open source production grade Airship/Openstack Helm deployment today, or is it too early?
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