Component, Plug-In, and Driver Support in Red Hat OpenStack Platform

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This article outlines the components, plug-ins, and drivers provided in Red Hat OpenStack Platform and the status of support thereof.

  1. Aodh
  2. Ceilometer
  3. Cinder
  4. Designate
  5. Director
  6. Glance
  7. Gnocchi
  8. Heat
  9. Horizon
  10. Ironic
  11. Keystone
  12. Manila
  13. Neutron
  14. Nova
  15. Octavia
  16. OpenDaylight
  17. Opstools
  18. Panko
  19. Rally
  20. Sahara
  21. Service-Assurance-Framework
  22. Swift
  23. Tempest
  24. Trove

Aodh

Aodh is the Aodh service. Aodh is the alarm engine of the Telemetry project. This functionnality was previously part of the ceilometer project, and is now a separate project.

Aodh Support Status

  • Technology Preview from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8 onwards.
  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9 onwards.

Ceilometer

Ceilometer is the Ceilometer service. Ceilometer reliably collects measurements of the utilization of the physical and virtual resources comprising deployed clouds, persists these data for subsequent retrieval and analysis, and triggers actions when defined criteria are met. The same team also contributes to Gnocchi.

Ceilometer Support Status

  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 4 onwards.

Certified Plug-Ins for Ceilometer

The following table outlines the support status of included plug-ins and drivers for Ceilometer.

Vendor Name Type Support
Red Hat MongoDB storage driver
  • Supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform rhel-osp-4 onwards.
  • Deprecated from Red Hat OpenStack Platform rhel-osp-12 onwards.
Gnocchi storage driver Supported

Cinder

Cinder is the Block Storage Service module. Cinder implements services and libraries to provide on-demand, self-service access to Block Storage resources. Cinder provides software-defined Block Storage via abstraction and automation on top of various traditional backend block storage devices.

Cinder Support Status

  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 3 onwards.

Implementation Driver Details

The default driver with Cinder is the internal LVM software iSCSI driver. This is the volume back-end which manages local volumes.

However, the Cinder iSCSI LVM driver has significant performance issues. In production environments, with high I/O activity, there are many potential issues which could affect performance or data integrity.

Red Hat strongly recommends using a certified Cinder plug-in provider for storage in a production environment. The software iSCSI LVM driver should be used and is only supported for single node evaluations and proof of concept environments.

Certified Plug-Ins for Cinder

The following table outlines the support status of included plug-ins and drivers for Cinder. For information on certified third party plug-ins and drivers for Cinder refer to the Ecosystem Catalog.

Vendor Name Type Support
Red Hat Ceph Storage RADOS Block Device (RBD) driver Certified

Designate

Designate is the DNS as a Service (DNSaaS) service. To provide scalable, on demand, self service access to authoritative DNS services, in technology-agnostic manner.

Designate Support Status

  • Technology Preview from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7 onwards.
  • Deprecated from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 14 onwards.

Director

Director is the Deployment and lifecycle management tool service. Deployment and lifecycle management for Red Hat OpenStack Platform, based on TripleO

Director Support Status

  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7 onwards.

Supported Features for Director

The following table outlines the status of support for features in Director

Feature Since Installer
Director GUI composable roles Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12.
director
Composable services and custom roles (limitation for Pacemaker managed services) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.
director
Creating new supported custom roles post initial deployment Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.
director
Backwards compatibility with one version back (Director version N+1 deploying and managing previous version of Red Hat OpenStack Platform) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8.
director
Deployment on top of L3 routed networks Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director
DCI integration (Distributed Continuous Integration) director
Major upgrades between consecutive versions (automated, in-place, first support 7 → 8) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8.
director
CloudForms GUI integration for Day 2 operations Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8.
director
Ceph deployment (support for one cluster) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7.
director
Advanced subscription/pool assignments per role (pre-/post-deployment hooks) w/ Ansible Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 14.
director
Satellite 5 integration Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7.
Removed from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12 onwards.
director
Containerized Undercloud Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 14.
director
External Ceph integration (support for multiple clusters) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7.
director
OpenShift on OpenStack validations Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 14.
director
Virtualized control plane on RHV VMs Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director
Composable services and custom roles (including Pacemaker managed services) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 11.
director
Ansible driven deployment (config-download) - easier debugging, dry-run, re-run, isolated steps, etc. Tech Preview; introduced in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 14.
director
Separated hardware deployment phase and deployment of generic node Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.
director
Deployment of fully containerized Director GUI Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 14.
director
SSL/TLS (for external services) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7.
director
Director GUI logging using web sockets Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12.
director
Red Hat Insights integration Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9.
director
Director GUI Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.
director
IPv6 support (for external networks) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7.
director
Deployment of containerized OpenStack services (except Cinder, Manila, Neutron) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12.
director
Minor updates within same version (automated, in-place) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7.
director
Satellite 6 integration Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7.
director
Deployment of fully containerized OpenStack (including Cinder, Manila, Neutron) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director
Pre-deployment validations Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8.
director
Deloyment to pre-provisioned infrastructure (no image provisioning needed) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 11.
director
SSL/TLS (for most of the internal services) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12.
director
Containerized Compute role (docker-cmd) Tech Preview; introduced in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8.
Removed from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12 onwards.
director
Composable upgrades (service based logic) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 11.
director

Glance

Glance is the OpenStack Image service. Glance image services include discovering, registering, and retrieving virtual machine images. Glance has a RESTful API that allows querying of VM image metadata as well as retrieval of the actual image. VM images made available through Glance can be stored in a variety of locations from simple filesystems to object-storage systems like the OpenStack Swift project.

Glance Support Status

  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 3 onwards.

Supported Features for Glance

The following table outlines the status of support for features in Glance

Feature Since Installer
Image Signing and Verification Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
N/A

Gnocchi

Gnocchi is the Gnocchi service. Gnocchi is a scalable time series as a service providing a HTTP REST API service to store metrics and index resources. It can use multiple backends like Object-Store (Swift, Ceph) and Store-Index (mariadb).

Gnocchi Support Status

  • Technology Preview from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7 onwards.
  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9 onwards.

Heat

Heat is the Orchestration service. Create a human- and machine-accessible service for managing the entire lifecycle of infrastructure and applications within OpenStack clouds.

Heat Support Status

  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 4 onwards.

Horizon

Horizon is the Dashboard Management service. Horizon is the canonical implementation of OpenStack’s dashboard, which provides a web based user interface to OpenStack services including Nova, Swift, Keystone, etc.

Horizon Support Status

  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 3 onwards.

Ironic

Ironic is the OpenStack Bare metal provisioning service. Ironic is an OpenStack project which provisions physical hardware as opposed to virtual machines. Ironic is a fully supported component of Red Hat OpenStack Platform.

Ironic Support Status

  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8 onwards.

Certified Plug-Ins for Ironic

The following table outlines the support status of included plug-ins and drivers for Ironic.

Vendor Name Type Support
Intel Intel AMT (Active Management Technology) Bare metal driver Not Supported, Not Certified
Generic Wake-On-Lan Ironic Wake-On-Lan power manager. Bare metal driver Not Supported, Not Certified
SSH Virsh Ironic SSH power manager. Provides basic power control of virtual machines via SSH. For use in dev and test environments core driver Not Supported, Not Certified
Generic IPMI Ironic IPMITool power manager. Enables managing nodes by using the Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) versions 2.0 or 1.5 Bare metal driver Supported, Not Certified
oVirt/RHV Ironic staging-ovirt driver for controlling virtual machines running on RHV. Supported only for the Red Hat OpenStack Platform Overcloud Virtual Control Plane on RHV. No other use cases are supported. Bare metal driver Supported, Not Certified
Redfish Ironic Redfish driver to manage servers compliant with the Redfish protocl Bare metal driver Supported, Not Certified
Fujitsu Fujitsu Primergy iRMC Bare metal driver Commercially Reasonable Support, Not Certified
Generic IPMI + VirtualBMC Ironic IPMITool power manager + VirtualBMC. Virtual BMC for controlling virtual machines using IPMI commands. Not supported for production. Bare metal driver Supported For Dev & Test (Not In Production), Not Certified
Dell EMC iDRAC Driver for remote system management using Dell Remote Access Card. Bare metal driver Supported, Not Certified
HPE iLO Driver for managing HP Proliant Gen8 and above servers. Bare metal driver Supported, Not Certified
Cisco UCS Ironic Cisco UCSM interfaces. Provides management interface operations of servers managed by Cisco UCSM using PyUcs Sdk. None Commercially Reasonable Support, Not Certified

Keystone

Keystone is the Keystone service. Keystone is an OpenStack service that provides API client authentication, service discovery, and distributed multi-tenant authorization by implementing OpenStack’s Identity API.

Keystone Support Status

  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 3 onwards.

Manila

Manila is the Shared Filesystem Service module. Manila is the OpenStack Shared File System Service Multi-tenant, secure file share as a service. It is an Open, Standard API for File System Provisioning and Management that is designed to provide a multi-tenant, secure file share as a service across OpenStack Compute instances. Manila provides a vendor neutral API for provisioning and attaching filesystem-based storage such as NFS, CIFS, CephFS, HDFS and other network filesystems.

Manila Support Status

  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 onwards.

Certified Plug-Ins for Manila

The following table outlines the support status of included plug-ins and drivers for Manila. For information on certified third party plug-ins and drivers for Manila refer to the Ecosystem Catalog.

Vendor Name Type Support
Red Hat Ceph Storage CephFS CephFS NFS driver Supported (Starting Red Hat Openstack Platform 13)

Neutron

Neutron is the Networking service. Neutron implements services and associated libraries to provide on-demand, scalable, and technology-agnostic network abstraction.

Neutron Support Status

  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 4 onwards.

Implementation Driver Details

The ML2/Open vSwitch plugin is the one deployed by default by the OpenStack Platform director, and is recommended by Red Hat for general usage. Support for the Linux Bridge ML2 driver and agent can be obtained via the Support Exception process.

Certified Plug-Ins for Neutron

The following table outlines the support status of included plug-ins and drivers for Neutron. For information on certified third party plug-ins and drivers for Neutron refer to the Ecosystem Catalog.

Vendor Name Type Support
Red Hat Libreswan VPNaaS driver VPNaaS service plugin
  • Technology Preview from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 5 onwards.
  • Deprecated from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 11 onwards.
iptables FWaaS driver FWaaS service plugin
  • Technology Preview from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 5 onwards.
OpenDaylight SDN (networking-odl) ML2 driver
  • Technology Preview from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8 onwards.
  • Supported on Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13 and deprecated on Red Hat Openstack 14.
Linux Bridge ML2 driver
  • Supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 4 onwards.
  • Deprecated from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 11 onwards.
OVN (networking-ovn) ML2 driver
  • Technology Preview from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12 onwards.
  • Supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13 onwards.
Open vSwitch (OVS) ML2 driver
  • Supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 4 onwards.
HAProxy LBaaS driver LBaaS service plugin
  • Supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 5 onwards.
SR-IOV networking (sriovnicswitch) ML2 driver
  • Supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 6 onwards.
L2 Population (l2pop) ML2 driver
  • Supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 5 onwards.

Supported Features for Neutron

The following table outlines the status of support for features in Neutron

Feature Since Installer
SR-IOV VF Passthrough (flat and VLAN networks only) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 6.
director
Native OVS (conntrack) Security-Groups Tech Preview; introduced in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.
Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12.
director
Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) for network objects Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8.
director
Open vSwitch with kernel datapath (flat, VLAN, GRE, and VXLAN networks) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 4.
director, rhel-osp-installer
LBaaS v2 Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7.
LBaaS v1 Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 5.
Deprecated from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9 onwards.
Removed from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 onwards.
ML2 port-security extention Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7.
director
Open vSwitch with DPDK (flat and VLAN networks only) Tech Preview; introduced in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8.
Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.
director, rhel-osp-installer
HA for DHCP Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 5.
director, rhel-osp-installer
VM rate-limiting with SR-IOV Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8.
director
VPNaaS Tech Preview; introduced in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 4.
Deprecated from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 11 onwards.
Resource tags Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9.
director
Resource purge API Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9.
director
iptables based Security-Groups Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 4.
director, rhel-osp-installer
SR-IOV PF Passthrough Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.
director
Distributed Virtual Routing (DVR) - IPv4 only Tech Preview; introduced in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 6.
Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.
director
Centralized IPv6 Routing via Control Node Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 6.
director, rhel-osp-installer
FWaaS Tech Preview; introduced in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 4.
DSCP marking with OVS (VLAN networks only) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.
director
IPv6 SLAAC and DHCPv6 tenant address assignment Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 6.
director, rhel-osp-installer
Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) for QoS objects Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9.
director
VM rate-limiting with OVS Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8.
director
Centralized IPv4 Routing via Control Node Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 4.
director, rhel-osp-installer
VLAN Aware VMs Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.
director
L3 HA (keepalived/VRRP) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 6.
director, rhel-osp-installer

Nova

Nova is the Compute service. Nova implements services and associated libraries to provide massively scalable, on-demand, self-service access to compute resources, including bare metal, virtual machines, and containers.

Nova Support Status

  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 3 onwards.

Certified Plug-Ins for Nova

The following table outlines the support status of included plug-ins and drivers for Nova.

Vendor Name Type Support
Red Hat Ironic Hypervisor Driver
  • Technology Preview from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 6 onwards.
  • Supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 onwards.
Libvirt/KVM (x86_64) Hypervisor Driver
  • Supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 3 onwards.

Supported Features for Nova

The following table outlines the status of support for features in Nova

Feature Since Installer
OpenStack Compute v2 API Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 3.
director
Set Admin Password API call Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8.
N/A
NFS Nova backend Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 14.
director
Evacuate w/o target host Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 5.
N/A
Cinder Volume support for Bare-metal Instances Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12.
N/A
QEMU Throttling of Persistent Volumes backed by RBD Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8.
N/A
Time Synchronization after resuming from Suspend Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.
N/A
Huge Pages (2M, 1G) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 6.
N/A
SAN support for Bare-metal Instances Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12.
N/A
Containerized Compute Services Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12.
director
Emulator Thread Policies Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12.
N/A
NUMA aware vSwitches Tech Preview; introduced in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 14.
N/A
CPU Pinning Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 6.
N/A
Direct PCI Passthrough Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 4.
director
Support Enabling Nova Performance Events via Director Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12.
director
Cells v2 (single cell) Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.
director
Libvirt Watchdog Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 5.
N/A
EC2 API Deployment Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 11.
Deprecated from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 14 onwards.
director
Live Migration w/o target host Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 3.
N/A
Mark Host Down API call Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8.
N/A
Cells v1 Tech Preview; introduced in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 3.
N/A
SR-IOV PF Passthrough Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.
N/A
Simple Tenant Usage Pagination Support Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 11.
N/A
Device Role Tagging Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.
N/A
Affinity and Anti-affinity groups Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 5.
N/A
SR-IOV Trusted VFs Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 14.
director
RX/TX Queue Sizing Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 14.
director
Real-time compute nodes Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director
Rolling Upgrades Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 5.
N/A
SR-IOV VF Passthrough Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 6.
N/A
Cells v2 (multiple cells) Tech Preview; introduced in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
Live Migration Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 3.
N/A
OpenStack Compute v1 API Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 3.
N/A
RBD backend support for disk IO QOS Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8.
N/A
Device Roll Tagging - PF VLAN Tag Exposure Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 11.
N/A
NVIDIA vGPU Tech Preview; introduced in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 14.
director
VirtIO Multiqueue Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8.
N/A

Octavia

Octavia is the Octavia service. Octavia is an open source, operator-scale load balancing solution designed to work with OpenStack.

Octavia Support Status

  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13 onwards.

OpenDaylight

OpenDaylight is the OpenDaylight service. To facilitate a community-led, industry-supported open source framework, to provide a robust SDN platform. Red Hat OpenStack Platform includes an OpenDaylight distribution which is limited to the modules require to support OpenStack deployments via the NetVirt project. OpenDaylight communicates with the Neutron API (via networking-odl plugin) and not replacing or changing it.

OpenDaylight Support Status

  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13, and deprecated on Red Hat Openstack Platform 14.

Supported Features for OpenDaylight

The following table outlines the status of support for features in OpenDaylight

Feature Since Installer
SR-IOV VF Passthrough co-existence Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director
IPv4 Routing, NAT and floating IPs Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director
Security-Groups Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director
SR-IOV PF Passthrough co-existence Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director
Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) for network objects Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director
Open vSwitch HW Offload Tech Preview; introduced in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director
Open vSwitch with kernel datapath Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director
Open vSwitch with DPDK datapath Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director
Controller Clustering Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director
ML2 port-security extention Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director
VLAN Aware VMs Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director
IPv6 Routing Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director
IPv6 SLAAC and DHCPv6 tenant address assignment Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
director

Opstools

Opstools is the Opstools service. Provide OpenStack Operators with a reference architecture for a set of tools that provide Availability Monitoring, Common Logging and Performance Monitoring of their cloud.

Opstools Support Status

  • Technology Preview from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7 onwards.
  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 onwards.

Panko

Panko is the Panko service. Panko is the event storage and REST API of the Telemetry project. This functionnality was previously part of the ceilometer project, and is now a separate project.

Panko Support Status

  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 11 onwards.

Support details

Panko is not supported except when used via CloudForms. Any Panko feature used by CloudForms is fully supported. Once CloudForms will not rely on Panko anymore, Panko will be removed.

Rally

Rally is the Benchmarking service. Rally is a benchmarking tool that answers the question of how OpenStack works at scale.

Rally Support Status

  • Technology Preview from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8 onwards.
  • Deprecated from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 14 onwards.

Sahara

Sahara is the Sahara service. The Sahara project provides a simple means to provision a data-intensive application cluster (Hadoop or Spark) on top of OpenStack.

Sahara Support Status

  • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 6 onwards.

Certified Plug-Ins for Sahara

The following table outlines the support status of included plug-ins and drivers for Sahara.

Vendor Name Type Support
Cloudera Cloudera Distribution of Hadoop (CDH) Hadoop distribution
    Apache Hadoop Apache Hadoop Hadoop distribution
      Hortonworks Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) Hadoop distribution
        Apache Spark Apache Spark Elastic Data Processing Engine
          MapR MapR Hadoop distribution
            Apache Ambari Ambari Hadoop cluster management

              Supported Features for Sahara

              The following table outlines the status of support for features in Sahara

              Feature Since Installer
              Block Storage support Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7.
              director
              Object Storage support Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7.
              director
              Anti-affinity Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7.
              director
              Hadoop HDFS High Availability Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7.
              director
              Cluster scaling Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7.
              director
              Data-locality Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7.
              director
              Distributed Mode Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7.
              director

              Service-Assurance-Framework

              Service-Assurance-Framework is the MetricsMonitoring service. To support OpenStack operators through the scalable collection and storage of infrastructure telemetry (metrics, events, and diagnostic information) for subsequent analysis (alerting, auto-scaling, billing…) and consumption through structured interfaces.

              Service-Assurance-Framework Support Status

              • Technology Preview from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 14 onwards.

              Supported Features for Service-Assurance-Framework

              The following table outlines the status of support for features in Service-Assurance-Framework

              Feature Since Installer
              AMQ Qpid Dispatch Router Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 14.
              director
              Collectd 5.8 Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.
              director
              Collectd metrics to Gnocchi Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.
              director
              Ceilometer Deprecated from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 onwards.
              Removed from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13 onwards.
              N/A
              AMQ Interconnect Message bus Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 14.
              director

              Swift

              Swift is the object storage service. OpenStack object storage is a highly available, distributed, eventually consistent object/blob store.

              Swift Support Status

              • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 3 onwards.

              Tempest

              Tempest is the Tempest service. Tempest is a set of integration tests to be run against a live OpenStack cluster. Tempest has batteries of tests for OpenStack API validation, scenarios, and other specific tests useful in validating an OpenStack deployment.

              Tempest Support Status

              • Fully supported from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 7 onwards.

              Trove

              Trove is the Database-as-a-Service module. Trove provides a database-as-a-service.

              Trove Support Status

              • Technology Preview from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 6 onwards.
              • Deprecated from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9 onwards.

              Supported Features for Trove

              The following table outlines the status of support for features in Trove

              Feature Since Installer
              Trove DBaaS Supported; since Red Hat OpenStack Platform 6 (TECH PREVIEW).
              Deprecated from Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9 (REMOVED IN Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10) onwards.
              none

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              11 Comments

              It would be nice if this document had a table of contents with jump-to locations. It would be nice to be able to directly link a particular section or item from this list.

              Hi Zak,

              Thank you for your feedback - the article has now been updated to include such a table of contents to allow deep linking.

              Kind regards,

              Andrew

              for Certified Plug-Ins for Ironic - under column "Certified for" it says "NONE" for all the entries - what does that mean? are these specified hardware supported or they are not?

              Thanks.

              Is there any mistake for the compellent driver?

              cf https://access.redhat.com/ecosystem/software/1610473#note1

              There is no info on HEAT in this document. Is this by accident (omission) or is by intention?

              excellent article. The correct spelling of 'virtual box' is VirtualBox, of DRAC is iDRAC.

              gnocchi is supported in ceilometer from RHOSP8 as storage driver but gnocchi itself is tech preview from RHOSP7(https://access.redhat.com/articles/1535373#Gnocchi)

              What is real status? Is it supported in ceilometer with gnocchi?

              Gnocchi is full supported on RHOSP9.

              http://redhatstackblog.redhat.com/2016/09/02/red-hat-openstack-platform-9-is-here-so-whats-new/

              When is Manila supported by RedHat?

              As of OSP10, Manila is fully sported: https://access.redhat.com/articles/1535373#Manila

              Can you please add the status of Barbican to this article?