Airship is a global open source community independently governed at the Open Infrastructure Foundation. Our ethos is user-driven and our culture is welcoming and respectful. We invite you to try out Airship, provide your feedback and get involved in contributing to the code.
- Airship Whitepaper: https://airshipit.org/collateral/Airship_2.0_White_Paper.pdf - an overview of the design approach that Airship 2.0 is using to declaratively manage open infrastructure
- Airshipctl Git Repository: https://opendev.org/airship/airshipctl
- Airship in a Pod: https://github.com/airshipit/airshipctl/tree/master/tools/airship-in-a-pod
- Deploy Bare Metal Site: https://docs.airshipit.org/airship2/baremetal.html
- Developer Guide: Getting Started - https://docs.airshipit.org/develop/airship2-developers.html
In Elevate your Infrastructure using Airship, Matt McEuen provides an overview of Airship and how to deploy a local production environment.
In Elevating DevOps and Enabling 5G with Airship, Amy Wheelus provides an overview on how within AT&T, Airship has allowed them to provide operations with a single work flow for all changes within the Network Cloud.
More to Learn
Community documentation and other resources are available at wiki.openstack.org/wiki/airship
The Airship community has a very active schedule of regular meetings. Details are available here.
- Slack: Sign up
- Freenode IRC: #airshipit
- Mailing Lists: lists.airshipit.org
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Twitter: @airshipproject
The Airship project is governed according to the “four opens”:
- Open Source
- Open Design
- Open Development
- Open Community
Technical decisions will be made by technical contributors and a representative technical leadership committee. The community is committed to diversity, openness, encouraging new contributors and leaders to rise up.
Code of Conduct
Our community follows the Open Infrastructure Foundation Code of Conduct.