Launch and manage stacks using the CLI

Launch and manage stacks using the CLI

The Orchestration service provides a template-based orchestration engine. Administrators can use the orchestration engine to create and manage Openstack cloud infrastructure resources. For example, an administrator can define storage, networking, instances, and applications to use as a repeatable running environment.

Templates are used to create stacks, which are collections of resources. For example, a stack might include instances, floating IPs, volumes, security groups, or users. The Orchestration service offers access to all OpenStack core services through a single modular template, with additional orchestration capabilities such as auto-scaling and basic high availability.

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As an administrator, you can also carry out stack functions on behalf of your users. For example, to resume, suspend, or delete a stack, run:

$ heat action-resume stackID
$ heat action-suspend stackID
$ heat stack-delete stackID
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