Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes Documentation

This documentation provides information on how to deploy and operate a Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes (MOSK) environment. The documentation is intended to help operators to understand the core concepts of the product. The documentation provides sufficient information to deploy and operate the solution.

The information provided in this documentation set is being constantly improved and amended based on the feedback and kind requests from the consumers of MOS.

The following table lists the guides included in the documentation set you are reading:

Guide list



Reference Architecture

Learn the fundamentals of MOSK reference architecture to appropriately plan your deployment

Deployment Guide

Deploy a MOSK environment of a preferred configuration using supported deployment profiles tailored to the demands of specific business cases

Operations Guide

Operate your MOSK environment

Release Notes

Learn about new features and bug fixes in the current MOSK version

Intended audience

This documentation is intended for engineers who have the basic knowledge of Linux, virtualization and containerization technologies, Kubernetes API and CLI, Helm and Helm charts, Mirantis Kubernetes Engine (MKE), and OpenStack.

Documentation history

The following table contains the released revision of the documentation set you are reading.

Release date

Release name

August, 2023

MOSK 23.2 series


This documentation set uses the following conventions in the HTML format:

Documentation conventions



boldface font

Inline CLI tools and commands, titles of the procedures and system response examples, table titles

monospaced font

Files names and paths, Helm charts parameters and their values, names of packages, nodes names and labels, and so on

italic font

Information that distinguishes some concept or term


External links and cross-references, footnotes

Main menu > menu item

GUI elements that include any part of interactive user interface and menu navigation


Some extra, brief information


The Note block

Messages of a generic meaning that may be useful for the user


The Caution block

Information that prevents a user from mistakes and undesirable consequences when following the procedures


The Warning block

Messages that include details that can be easily missed, but should not be ignored by the user and are valuable before proceeding

See also

The See also block

List of references that may be helpful for understanding of some related tools, concepts, and so on

Learn more

The Learn more block

Used in the Release Notes to wrap a list of internal references to the reference architecture, deployment and operation procedures specific to a newly implemented product feature