Jetstream's OpenStack API is open to advanced users. Jetstream API users should understand the following:
- You will be expected to have familiarity with being a unix system administrator. These are advanced areas of operation and require a more advanced skill set than using Jetstream via Atmosphere.
- Jetstream Support may not be able to help with issues beyond VM functionality and other OpenStack issues. Software and services such as databases, local or remote applications, or other server-based components are up to the user/developer to install, deploy, and maintain.
- The current API environment is always under development. The base services are available and many features are added and upgraded as Jetstream matures.
- Jetstream staff and systems administrators will prioritize and address issues as they arise.
- Access may be revoked or restricted to insure the effective and efficient delivery of production services.
This is an OpenStack API not an Atmosphere API. When you open up Atmosphere your OpenStack VMs will not be displayed and vice versa. We discourage manually deploying Atmosphere images in API and vice-versa as there are many configurational differences that can lead to deployment problems.
- PIs and developers must be aware of, and conform to, any and all policies required for users of the systems owned and/or operated by the service providers, Indiana University (IU) and Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC).