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If you are using ubuntu 16.04 anyway and you want to go with an self supported model then you might as well give MAAS and juju a try - it is actually quite easy and quick. (Using a juju bundle, not Autopilot) You can adapt the Openstack bundle on the juju store to your specific needs-- take out what you don't need, change the options to match your environment- change the placing of the individual services to one central controller instead of spreading them out across the entire environment. you will require one server to host MAAS and the juju-deployer vm , 1 server for a controller, and then your hosts.

However, for a production cloud, you likely want a supported version from a reputable openstack provider, otherwise you are on your own for all problems.