Start provisioning on #OpenStack thru #ansible in a few steps

Boring to provision again and again thru horizon or command-line on your openstack. Well, here you have a refreshing post. Start doing it with ansible. Step ONE: Prepare your container Build and prepare your container with ansible and python shade module. First create you Dockerfile with this: Now, install docker and build it: Step TWO: import your profile In my case, I copied my openstack … Continue reading Start provisioning on #OpenStack thru #ansible in a few steps

Test #openstack #performance with #rally in a few steps

Before docker, install rally was… hmmm Sh***y too many dependencies. I screwed my OpenStack controller once. Then started to use an external server. Now, I can even run that on my laptop with docker 🙂 Ok, the steps on CentOS would be: Step ONE: Install docker and pull rally image Step TWO: Recreate Database As soon as you get into the container, do the following … Continue reading Test #openstack #performance with #rally in a few steps

Windows 2012R2 on KVM

Not a fan. Some app requires windows though. I want to stay with KVM on Centos. Then @hballesteros and I figured (after some saint google search) to install windows loading the virtio drives from a cdrom iso over the setup process. 1. First of all you need to have the iso media (cdrom) and download it at your KVM (i.e. evaluation version at https://www.microsoft.com/en-US/evalcenter/evaluate-windows-server-2012-r2). Rename … Continue reading Windows 2012R2 on KVM

Multi-Host Networking using Consul, Docker Libnetwork and Nuage SDN

Originally posted on ✄ Geeky Snippets ✄:
Overview The Nuage libnetwork plugin allows users to create new networks of type Nuage. Nuage libnetwork plugin runs on every docker host. Each Docker host, whether bare-metal or virtual, also has the VSP’s Virtual Routing and Switching (VRS) component installed on it. VRS, a software agent, is the Nuage user space component of standard Open vSwitch (OVS). It is responsible for forwarding traffic from… Continue reading Multi-Host Networking using Consul, Docker Libnetwork and Nuage SDN

Single Host Networking with Docker Libnetwork and Nuage SDN

Originally posted on ✄ Geeky Snippets ✄:
Overview The Nuage libnetwork plugin allows users to create new networks of type Nuage. Nuage libnetwork plugin runs on every docker host. Each Docker host, whether bare-metal or virtual, also has the VSP’s Virtual Routing and Switching (VRS) component installed on it. VRS, a software agent, is the Nuage user space component of standard Open vSwitch (OVS). It is responsible for forwarding traffic from… Continue reading Single Host Networking with Docker Libnetwork and Nuage SDN

Ansible playbook and roles to install #kubernetes with nuage (version 1.5)

Provide an Ansible playbook that implements the steps described in Installing Kubernetes on Linux with kubeadm for version 1.5 (check at the bottom of the kubeadm tutorial). My case, ansible runs into a container with a temporary private key. Check more details at p1nrojas/ansible-kubeadm-nuage Please Note Kubernetes/kubeadm 1.5 Assumptions These playbooks assume: Nuage VSD and VSCs are up and running. You have access to 3+ … Continue reading Ansible playbook and roles to install #kubernetes with nuage (version 1.5)

eBay, a massive k8s and OpenStack ref case, releasing tessmaster to opensource #os17

Based on their words “K8s is app centric as openstack is Infra centric”. eBay faced many challenges to run K8s. It was hard to make them work seamesslessly. Challenges like multi-tenancy, app security, container registry have been addressed in order to make this work (check on the slides to get more of those) Tessmaster is their own deployment, running on k8s to manage k8s. They … Continue reading eBay, a massive k8s and OpenStack ref case, releasing tessmaster to opensource #os17

Second Generation Cloud #os17

Over OpenStack Summit Boston and based on Bryce’s words, we are facing the second generation cloud. Virtualizing everything, not just compute. Also, a new trend called “remotely managed private cloud” where you own the infra relying on a remote managed service from openstack experts. Kubernetes (including OpenShift of course) is by far the most used tool. Public, hosted private and internal private are almost even … Continue reading Second Generation Cloud #os17

Docker with Nuage Integration

Originally posted on scotts tech blog:
The Nuage Virtual Router and Switch (VRS) can be utilized on a number of different platforms including BareMetal Servers, ESXi, KVM and HyperV. In this post we’re going to utilize the VRS as part of a KVM Docker Server running on a CentOS7.3 Minimum Server. During the time of this post the version of Nuage being utilized is 4.0R8… Continue reading Docker with Nuage Integration