With Juju installed and configured to work with MAAS, we're ready to configure Juju to install our OpenStack environment.
At this point, it is assumed you have at least nine servers available, with two separate network cards in each to deploy OpenStack to, in order to provision an OpenStack environment using Juju and MAAS. This is because Juju installs each service to a new server.
Log in to a shell on the MAAS server.
To install OpenStack using Juju, carry out the following steps:
.juju/openstack.cfg, with the following contents:
keystone: admin-password: "openstack" nova-cloud-controller: network-manager: "FlatDHCPManager" nova-volume: # This must be a free block ...