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[Openstack-operators] OpenStack Dockerizing on CoreOS

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Hello,

I’m trying to develop fault tolerance supporting OpenStack on Docker/CoreOS. I think this kind of approaching is to getting the following advantages:
- Easy to Deploy
- Easy to Test
- Easy to Scale-out
- Fault Tolerance

Those who are interested in non-stop operation and easy extension of OpenStack, please see the following link https://github.com/ContinUSE/openstack-on-coreos.

This work is currently in the beginning. Please contact me if you have any comments, or questions.

Thanks,
JW


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asked Apr 29, 2015 in openstack-operators by CoreOS (160 points)   2

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Hey,

Did you have a look at koala (https://github.com/stackforge/kolla)?
Trying to avoid duplicating work :)

On 29 Apr 2015, at 14:08, CoreOS jwlee.phobias@gmail.com wrote:

Hello,

I’m trying to develop fault tolerance supporting OpenStack on Docker/CoreOS. I think this kind of approaching is to getting the following advantages:
- Easy to Deploy
- Easy to Test
- Easy to Scale-out
- Fault Tolerance

Those who are interested in non-stop operation and easy extension of OpenStack, please see the following link https://github.com/ContinUSE/openstack-on-coreos.

This work is currently in the beginning. Please contact me if you have any comments, or questions.

Thanks,
JW


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responded Apr 29, 2015 by Sebastien_Han (340 points)   1
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Have you looked at the kolla project?

Thanks,
Kevin


From: CoreOS
Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 5:08:12 AM
To: openstack-operators@lists.openstack.org
Subject: [Openstack-operators] OpenStack Dockerizing on CoreOS

Hello,

I’m trying to develop fault tolerance supporting OpenStack on Docker/CoreOS. I think this kind of approaching is to getting the following advantages:
- Easy to Deploy
- Easy to Test
- Easy to Scale-out
- Fault Tolerance

Those who are interested in non-stop operation and easy extension of OpenStack, please see the following link https://github.com/ContinUSE/openstack-on-coreos.

This work is currently in the beginning. Please contact me if you have any comments, or questions.

Thanks,
JW


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responded Apr 29, 2015 by Fox,_Kevin_M (29,360 points)   1 3 4
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You may also want to check out giftwrap (
https://github.com/blueboxgroup/giftwrap ) and its helper giftwrap-wrapper
( https://github.com/blueboxgroup/giftwrap-wrapper ) which builds packages
and/or docker containers for each openstack project based on a manifest
file which contains their git location and version as well as letting you
specifiy extra requirements etc.

I've looked over the koilla project and don't like the fact that it uses
the system packages for openstack, nor do I particularly like the way its
handling configuration.

I also think that it makes a ton of sense to create config templates built
with confd so that you can configure the projects by either environment
variables or etcd/confd.

I have a project called Factorish (https://github.com/factorish/factorish)
which aims to take random apps and run them in a sensible way inside a
docker container that ties in confd, etcdctl and runit and some
healthchecking which has worked very well for me so far and have been
planning on starting to build out openstack packages using it, but haven't
gotten very far yet due to a lack of time.

On Wed, Apr 29, 2015 at 9:05 AM, Fox, Kevin M Kevin.Fox@pnnl.gov wrote:

Have you looked at the kolla project?

Thanks,
Kevin


From: CoreOS
Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 5:08:12 AM
To: openstack-operators@lists.openstack.org
Subject: [Openstack-operators] OpenStack Dockerizing on CoreOS

Hello,

I’m trying to develop fault tolerance supporting OpenStack on
Docker/CoreOS. I think this kind of approaching is to getting the following
advantages:
- Easy to Deploy
- Easy to Test
- Easy to Scale-out
- Fault Tolerance

Those who are interested in non-stop operation and easy extension of
OpenStack, please see the following link
https://github.com/ContinUSE/openstack-on-coreos.

This work is currently in the beginning. Please contact me if you have any
comments, or questions.

Thanks,
JW


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responded Apr 29, 2015 by pczarkowski_plus_ope (300 points)   1
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Hello,

Thank you for your various information including Kolla Project, and I need that I should review the information in detail.

I’m just starting OpenStack install, config, test etc. in personal interest. So I feel it is many difficulties at the installation stage such as many configuration options, complexity of installation, scaling increases complexity so on. The beginner who no one seems to be easily accessible.

My goal for this work , the first one is simplification of installation and the second one is Zero Down Time Operation Platform.

Once again thank you for your comments.

Best Regards,
JW


    1. 29., 오후 11:54, Paul Czarkowski pczarkowski+openstackops@bluebox.net 작성:

You may also want to check out giftwrap ( https://github.com/blueboxgroup/giftwrap https://github.com/blueboxgroup/giftwrap ) and its helper giftwrap-wrapper ( https://github.com/blueboxgroup/giftwrap-wrapper https://github.com/blueboxgroup/giftwrap-wrapper ) which builds packages and/or docker containers for each openstack project based on a manifest file which contains their git location and version as well as letting you specifiy extra requirements etc.

I've looked over the koilla project and don't like the fact that it uses the system packages for openstack, nor do I particularly like the way its handling configuration.

I also think that it makes a ton of sense to create config templates built with confd so that you can configure the projects by either environment variables or etcd/confd.

I have a project called Factorish (https://github.com/factorish/factorish https://github.com/factorish/factorish) which aims to take random apps and run them in a sensible way inside a docker container that ties in confd, etcdctl and runit and some healthchecking which has worked very well for me so far and have been planning on starting to build out openstack packages using it, but haven't gotten very far yet due to a lack of time.

On Wed, Apr 29, 2015 at 9:05 AM, Fox, Kevin M <Kevin.Fox@pnnl.gov Kevin.Fox@pnnl.gov> wrote:
Have you looked at the kolla project?

Thanks,
Kevin

From: CoreOS
Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 5:08:12 AM
To: openstack-operators@lists.openstack.org openstack-operators@lists.openstack.org
Subject: [Openstack-operators] OpenStack Dockerizing on CoreOS

Hello,

I’m trying to develop fault tolerance supporting OpenStack on Docker/CoreOS. I think this kind of approaching is to getting the following advantages:
- Easy to Deploy
- Easy to Test
- Easy to Scale-out
- Fault Tolerance

Those who are interested in non-stop operation and easy extension of OpenStack, please see the following link https://github.com/ContinUSE/openstack-on-coreos https://github.com/ContinUSE/openstack-on-coreos.

This work is currently in the beginning. Please contact me if you have any comments, or questions.

Thanks,
JW


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