[openstack-dev] [puppet] OpenStack Puppet configuration for HA deployment
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Mon Jun 15 21:18:33 UTC 2015
I have to agree, every one's composition layer tends to come out
differently and your mileage will vary using some one elses.
You can examine the diverged fork of puppet-openstack that fuel uses at
which does ha, but still lacks a good SSL implementation, however one
should be coming in the next release cycle.
On Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 3:42 PM Cristina Aiftimiei <caifti at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Matt & Richard,
> thank you very much for the suggestion. We are trying to achieve something
> like you describe - just that I didn't know how to ... describe what we
> want :).
> Your sugestion is very, very interesting. So from where do you advice that
> we start from?
> I'm looking at https://launchpad.net/puppet-openstack and
> https://github.com/openstack?utf8=%E2%9C%93&query=puppet - Are those the
> right places?
> Thank you very much ...again,
> On Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 8:08 PM, Richard Raseley <richard at raseley.com>
>> Cristina Aiftimiei wrote:
>>> The puppetlabs-openstack clearly states:
>>> * High availability and SSL-enabled endpoints are not provided by this
>> As Matt touched on, you really should be building your own 'composition
>> layer' for deploying production services and their supporting components,
>> not consuming a pre-canned composition layer like 'puppetlabs-openstack',
>> which has value - but primarily as a demonstration and testing tool.
>> In this model, each of the classes contained puppet-* module (e.g.
>> puppet-nova, puppet-keystone, et. al.) will be wrapped with your own custom
>> classes (likely in a role and profile pattern) in order to define those
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