raspberry-pi-dramble VS a-universe-from-nothing

Compare raspberry-pi-dramble vs a-universe-from-nothing and see what are their differences.

a-universe-from-nothing

Kayobe configuration for the Kayobe workshop "A Universe from Nothing: Containerised OpenStack deployment using Kolla, Ansible and Kayobe" (by stackhpc)
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raspberry-pi-dramble a-universe-from-nothing
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6 months ago 10 days ago
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MIT License Apache License 2.0
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raspberry-pi-dramble

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a-universe-from-nothing

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  • Openstack packstack
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/openstack | 11 May 2021
    StackHPC, who is one of the big backers of Kayobe (and Kolla-Ansible), also has a really nice project like Packstack that will deploy OpenStack for your all-in-one using nested KVM. That project is their A Universe from Nothing. I ran it on my Lenovo Thinkpad laptop and it setup OpenStack successfully. I do recommend, though, running it on a more powerful machine than a laptop, especially if you plan on provisioning instances.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing raspberry-pi-dramble and a-universe-from-nothing you can also consider the following projects:

docker-openwrt - OpenWrt running in Docker

alpine-qbittorrent-openvpn - qBittorrent docker container with OpenVPN client running as unprivileged user on alpine linux

lancache-rpi - (Unofficial RPI Version) - A lancache service capable of caching all CDNs in a single instance

nfs-subdir-external-provisioner - Dynamic sub-dir volume provisioner on a remote NFS server.

RPi4 - Raspberry Pi 4 UEFI Firmware Images

drupal-pi - Drupal on Docker on a Raspberry Pi. Pi Dramble's little brother.

adguardhome-sync - 🛡️ Synchronize AdGuard Home config to replicas

Ansible-NAS - Build a full-featured home server or NAS replacement with an Ubuntu box and this playbook.

docker-zulip - Docker Image and configuration for Zulip

ddclient - This is the new home for ddclient. Ddclient is a Perl client used to update dynamic DNS entries for accounts on 'Dynamic DNS Network Services' free DNS service. It currently supports a lot of different routers and a few different services.

k3d-action - A GitHub Action to run lightweight ephemeral Kubernetes clusters during workflow. Fundamental advantage of this action is a full customization of embedded k3s clusters. In addition, it provides a private image registry and multi-cluster support.

kustomize - Customization of kubernetes YAML configurations