[openstack-dev] [puppet][zaqar] Help needed creating Zaqar manifests for puppet.
emilien at redhat.com
Thu Jun 11 13:49:28 UTC 2015
On 06/11/2015 09:29 AM, Flavio Percoco wrote:
> I'm reaching out to our puppet community looking for help on creating
> Zaqar's puppet manifests. We've started doing lots of work to help the
> community adopt Zaqar and it'd be a shame to get at the end of the
> road without having OPs friendly deployment tools.
> I tried to work on this myself and then Jay Clark helped out a bit.
> Here's the code, which is unfortunately not complete.
It's a good start and it will help us to understand how to configure it.
> This said, I realize packaging is important and I'm happy to say that
> there's a package for fedora/centos and Zigo is working on debian's
> (Zigo, I know you're blocked by something I need to do, it's coming
> So, can we get some help from the puppet team during Liberty to create
> these manifests?
So we have some folks developping tools  to bootstrap Puppet
OpenStack modules with basic bits (we are so lazy) and zaqar could
benefit of this tool. I think we can help you to generate the basic
structure of the module and maybe you could help in porting your bits to
the new compliant module.
On my side, I can take care of 1/ make sure the repo is on Stackforge
(for start, then it will move under OpenStack namespace once done) 2/
help in unit/functional testing (rspec, beaker).
> It goes without saying that we're more than happy to help if needed.
>  https://github.com/jasontclark/puppet-zaqar
> P.S: Puppet is just a start, in the future it'd be awesome to have
> support for other deployment tools.
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