Quick Refernce of Orchestration Tools
Openstack HEAT (Apache)
Pros: The community is really active, will release with openstack milestone. TOSCA, Cloud Formattion, Openstack Template native schema.
Cons: Only work with openstack/AWS, need working with cloud-init which should be pre-installed in the image.
Pros: Easy to use, community is active, have commercial customer – Cloud Foundry.
Cons: Running agent in user instance, design for CF.
Pros: A lot scripts existed.
Cons: Weak in provisioning, more about configuration/state management.
Pros: A programable way (in DSL) to do provisioning, with mutil-platform support.
Cons: Mainly working for develop environment built
This one is the most important competitor for HEAT, written in python and without any agent running on customer instance (work via ssh).
Pros: No agent, from its document, it could do Application Deployment，Configuration Management，Cloud & Amazon (AWS, EC2) Automation，Continuous Delivery (with Jenkins, etc.)
Cons: A heavy one, even more heavy than HEAT. It needs a lot of configuration scripts to be re-written (as it contents a full configuration manage framework instead of puppet).
Redhat's solution which gives system administrators the power to easily automate repetitive tasks, quickly deploy applications, and proactively manage servers, on-premises or in the cloud.
Ubuntu Juju – It has a great GUI and could do drug-and-drop to provisioning service, looks like core part is not open sourced
Redhat satellite – Work in redhat/centos, long term support.
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