[Openstack-operators] Openstack Billing - Research & PoC
Martinx - ジェームズ
thiagocmartinsc at gmail.com
Mon Feb 4 20:10:14 UTC 2013
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I'm doing some research on billing in Openstack and I found the following
* Dough <https://github.com/sinacloud/dough> -
* Billingstack <http://github.com/stacksherpa/billingstack> -
* nova-billing <http://github.com/griddynamics/nova-billing> /
horizon-billing <http://github.com/griddynamics/horizon-billing> - From
* bufunfa <http://github.com/stackforge/bufunfa>
* openstack-bill <https://github.com/ashokcse/openstack-bill>
What is the best to begin with?
Which one can account the CPU Instance usage? I mean, if the Instance uses
50% or more of CPU (like a throttle), the billing system should add/start a
"flag 2" (or something like that) during that time. Should I take a look at
the Ceilometer measurements Energy (Kwapi) to achieve that?
In a nutshell:
* The Instance price must increase if the CPU usage (cycles) is too high.
Also, I'm looking for a `multi-currency' support - like USD (Dollar), EUR
(Euro), BTC (Bitcoin), etc... And, for the future, probably a
,BitPay <http://bitpay.com/>, PagSeguro <http://pagseguro.uol.com.br/> /
Bcash <http://www.bcash.com.br/> (from Brazil) modules/plugins...
I'm running Openstack Folsom with Ubuntu 12.04 + Ceilometer 2013.1 (under
installation process right now, I'm manually backporting the Ubuntu
packages to Precise).
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