The following procedure describes how to deploy a virtual machine instance in a connected private zone using the OpenStack Nova networking service.
OpenStack commands cannot be used on deployments without Neutron services, because the network endpoints are not configured to use Nova.
Steps 4 through 14 list the available operations.
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HPE OneSphere portal is up and running.
VMware ESXi environment is connected to HPE OneSphere as a private cloud zone.
A proxy connection is configured, and
no_proxyis set for the HPE OneSphere Controller VM.
OpenStack Glance endpoints are reachable.
A virtual machine instance where the OpenStack Nova client is installed is in the same network as the HPE OneSphere Controller VM.
For creating volumes from images, images are uploaded using
glance image-create. Currently, vSphere templates cannot be used for creating volumes. The volume is marked bootable and instances can be created from this volume.
python-novaclientversion 7.0.0 on a Linux machine.
# pip install python-novaclient=7.0.0
- Source the OpenStack RC file. See Sourcing your OpenStack RC file for details.
- Set the environment variable for the proxy server you want to use in the OpenStack RC file.
export http_proxy=http://<server-ip>:<port>/ export https_proxy=http://<server-ip>:<port>/ export no_proxy=http://<Glanceserver-ip>/