Now it’s time to install OpenStack. Firstly, install the conjure-up spell:
sudo snap install conjure-up --classic
Then, simply run:
We’ll see the “Spell selection” screen:
Choose “OpenStack with NovaLXD” and press Return.
Next, select “localhost” and again press Return:
On the next screen, leave the default values and click “Save”:
Navigating inside conjure-up
To navigate between the main content and buttons located at the bottom of the screen, use Tab.
Then, leave the default SSH public key path and click “Next”:
After that, we’ll see the “Review and configure applications” screen. We can configure and deploy individual apps there. For the purpose of this tutorial we’ll deploy all of them, so choose “Deploy all 15 Remaining Applications”:
Now, the Juju controller will be initialized:
Then, the installation process will begin:
It may take several minutes for the deployment to finish. Please be patient.
Next, the post-deploy steps will be run:
Again, please be patient and wait for the post-deploy steps to finish.
After everything has completed, we’ll see the following screen:
Copy the Horizon URL to the clipboard or store it somewhere - we’ll need it in a while.