Welcome to Landscape Help

Landscape is a tool for deploying OpenStack Clouds and remotely managing computers that run Ubuntu.

Each major LDS version is supported for a period of one year after release.

LDS major version

Release date

Supported until

Version of Ubuntu for the LDS server

14.10

2014-Oct

2015-Oct

12.04 LTS ("precise") or 14.04 LTS ("trusty")

13.09

2013-Sep

2014-Sep

12.04 LTS ("precise") or 14.04 LTS ("trusty")

12.09

2012-Sep

2013-Sep

10.04 LTS ("lucid") or 12.04 LTS ("precise")

LDS (Landscape Dedicated Server)

LDS is the standalone version of Landscape that you can install on your own network. Here is how you can get started:

  • Quickstart, for when you don't have Juju but quickly want to check out LDS:

    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:landscape/14.10
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install landscape-server-quickstart
  • Juju deployed for a truly scalable deployment. Using bundles, for example:

    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:juju/stable
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install juju-core juju-deployer juju-quickstart
  • Now select your bundle:

    landscape-dense-maas: if you have the MAAS provider, you can deploy all services on the bootstrap node using containers:

    juju-quickstart bundle:~landscape/landscape-dense-maas/landscape-dense-maas
  • landscape-scalable: each service gets its own machine. Currently that means you will need 6 machines for LDS, and one for the bootstrap node:

    juju-quickstart bundle:~landscape/landscape-scalable/landscape-scalable
  • Once the deployment has finished, grab the address of the apache2/0 unit and access it with your browser:

    juju status apache2/0
  • Manual installation: for when you don't have a suitable Juju environment but need a scalable deployment.

Documentation

Archived old docs:

Old Guides

Here are some of the old guides which do not apply anymore to the current Landscape version.

Other resources

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