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I want to deploy a private cloud test infrastructure using OpenStack and Jenkins for multiple projects. I thought of creating a template for OpenStack with one Jenkins installation using as master. For the projects I thought of separating them into nodes, i.e. each project would get one node. Is this a sensible structure? Or should I install one Jenkins installtion per project+vm?

1) How would you organize a private multi-project test cloud infrastructure?

2) Jenkins saves configuration and job information to /var/lib/jenkins by default, how do I manage the object storage for each project?

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here's one answer to whom it may interest: stackoverflow.com/questions/12137047/… –  implicit_knowledge Aug 31 '12 at 7:27
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