On 10/31/2012 01:07 PM, Seth Vidal wrote:
> // small wrapper script around deltacloud:
> $ wget https://raw.github.com/movitto/mycloud/master/mycloud.rb
> $ chmod +x mycloud.rb
> // template describing kojihub cloud deployment
> $ wget
> // template describing kojibuild cloud deployment
> $ wget
> // edit kojihub deployment to contain openstack credentials
> $ vim koji_f17.xml
> // startup an instance on openstack w/ kojihub setup togo
> $ ./mycloud.rb koji_f17.xml
You can orchestrate all of these steps across/between multiple systems
using ansible: http://ansible.cc
- I've been documenting spinning up and
provisioning instances on my blog in the last week or so. You might
look - it should solve the problem of the above needing to be so manual
of a process and it requires nothing other than ssh be installed on the
machine you're trying to configure/control.
Cool thanks for the info Seth. Ansible looks interesting, its a
configuration orchestration component akin to Puppet / Chef is it not?
Does it do any provisioning in itself?
The ec2_create utility on your blog seems to call out to euca2ools to do
the actual provisioning on ec2 correct? You'd still want a component
such as Deltacloud to abstractify commands to different cloud providers
would you not?