Run OpenStack Client Tools as Containers

Hi All. While normally you use specific instructions to install OpenStack, this isn’t always ideal. First, it’s possible that you may need to interact with different versions of OpenStack on the backend and there can be sometimes-breaking changes between OpenStack versions. (For example: OpenStack Magnum prior to late version Mitaka used bay instead of cluster, including in API calls – so this could break your scripts to move from one set of client tools to another.) In this article, we’ll step you through running the OpenStack client tools as “Docker Containers”: Just follow these steps:

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