Hi Stackers!

Today I am happy to announce great news!

>From a historical perspective, Rally is testing (benchmarking) tool for
OpenStack, but it is changed. More and more users want to use Rally for
different platforms and environments. Our pluggable system allows doing
To make the framework lightweight and simplify our release model, we
decided to move OpenStack to the separate repository[1].

[1] https://git.openstack.org/cgit/openstack/rally-openstack

We cut the first release 1.0.0 two weeks ago, and it is published to

[2] https://pypi.python.org/pypi/rally-openstack

If you are Rally consumer and do not have custom plugins, the migration
should be simple. Just install rally-openstack package instead of rally and
everything will work as previously. rally-openstack has a dependency to
rally, so you need nothing more than installing one package.

If you have custom plugins, do not worry, the migration should be simple
for you too. The first release has the similar structure as it was in rally
repository. The only thing which should be changed is importing
rally_openstack instead of rally.plugins.openstack.

Best regards,
Andrey Kurilin.
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