networking-calico works with Kuryr; this means using Neutron, with the Calico ML2 driver, to provide networking for container workloads.
You can use DevStack to install a single node Calico/Kuryr system, with a
local.conf file like this:
[[local|localrc]] ADMIN_PASSWORD=015133ea2bdc46ed434c DATABASE_PASSWORD=d0060b07d3f3631ece78 RABBIT_PASSWORD=6366743536a8216bde26 SERVICE_PASSWORD=91eb72bcafb4ddf246ab SERVICE_TOKEN=c5680feca5e2c9c8f820 enable_plugin networking-calico git://git.openstack.org/openstack/networking-calico enable_plugin kuryr git://git.openstack.org/openstack/kuryr enable_service kuryr enable_service etcd-server enable_service docker-engine LOGFILE=stack.log LOG_COLOR=False
Please follow general Kuryr instructions for creating a Docker network that uses Kuryr as its backend, and for launching containers on that network. Then if you look at the IP routing table and iptables, you will see Calico routes to the containers.
Calico for containers without Kuryr
The Calico project also provides networking for containers more directly, without Neutron and Kuryr as intermediaries. Please see Getting Started for details.