OpenStack does well integrating third party products and legacy systems and can be easily adopted into your infrastructure. You can install it on your Linux system and configure it for a small testing environment in a way that is fairly straightforward.
Installing OpenStack on Linux tends to be better because it is safe to install and remove and to test. You will need a minimum of 6GB of storage and 1.5GB of RAM for it to work. First, you need to install DevStack on your computer. Create a username of “stack” to install it, give it full sudo privileges and log out and log back in. Get OpenStack from Github and run git.
Create /var/devstack/localrc.localrc that will go in the DevStock root for configuration. This is just a base configuration but it will work when you want to begin testing.