OpenStack is a provider of various open source project components that facilitate the establishment of cloud services. The organization provides standard APIs that are well suited for multiple implementations. The OpenStack Orchestration Service uses API calls to produce active cloud applications that provide template-based orchestration for implementing descriptions of a cloud application. Developers can use the API’s templates to create different types of OpenStack resources including floating IPs, instances, security groups, users, and volumes as well as other innovative functionalities such as signaling resource availability status.
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