You upgrade VMware Integrated OpenStack to VMware Integrated OpenStack 2.0.3 by installing a Debian patch, deploying VMware Integrated OpenStack 2.0.3 separately, and migrating to the new, upgraded deployment from VMware Integrated OpenStack 1.0.x. This process requires vSphere to accommodate the existing deployment and the upgraded deployment. You must make available twice the resources, datastores, IP addresses, and so on, to complete the upgrade procedure. vSphere continues to hold both deployments until you determine that the upgrade process was successful and you do not need to roll back to VMware Integrated OpenStack 1.0.x.

Double the datastore resources dedicated to your current VMware Integrated OpenStack deployment.

Verify that you have twice the required number of IP addresses available. For details, see Add IP Addresses to the Network Configuration.

Back up your current deployment. For details, see Back Up the VMware Integrated OpenStack Deployment.

Preserve your current VMware Integrated OpenStack deployment configuration by exporting it as a template.

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The upgrade procedure requires a temporary range of contiguous IP addresses in addition to your existing IP address configuration. vSphere provides a tool that enables you to add this required IP range.

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The VMware Integrated OpenStack 2.0.3 upgrade is a Debian patch. When you install the upgrade patch, you upgrade the VMware Integrated OpenStack Manager vApp.

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After you obtain and install the upgrade patch, you install it as a separate deployment, migrate your data, and switch from the VMware Integrated OpenStack 1.0.x deployment.

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You can revert to VMware Integrated OpenStack 1.0.x by restoring your previous deployment.

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After you complete the upgrade process to the VMware Integrated OpenStack 2.0.3 deployment, you can delete the VMware Integrated OpenStack 1.0.x deployment. By deleting the old deployment, you recover the CPU, datastores, and IP addresses resources that it required.