[Openstack-operators] [OpenStack-Operators][OpenStack] Regarding production grade OpenStack deployment
gael.therond at gmail.com
Fri May 18 20:35:56 UTC 2018
Oh ok! Yes, if you only focus on the control plan, the answer is yes, I’m
using kolla-ansible and it’s working really well. It helped us to bring
more services online more quickly and solved our lifecycle management that
was kind of tricky.
I’m using a Blue/Green deployement method and yes I’m using multinode form.
Remember that kolla-ansible is a simple shell script wrapping
ansible-playbook and that if you’re curious of what the playbooks look like
you just have to install it (or goes on github) with pip and then get your
hands on it.
Le ven. 18 mai 2018 à 22:07, Fox, Kevin M <Kevin.Fox at pnnl.gov> a écrit :
> I don't think openstack itself can meet full zero downtime requirements.
> But if it can, then I also think none of the deployment tools try and
> support that use case either.
> *From:* Amit Kumar [ebiibe82 at gmail.com]
> *Sent:* Friday, May 18, 2018 3:46 AM
> *To:* OpenStack Operators; Openstack
> *Subject:* [Openstack-operators] [OpenStack-Operators][OpenStack]
> Regarding production grade OpenStack deployment
> Hi All,
> We want to deploy our private cloud using OpenStack as highly available
> (zero downtime (ZDT) - in normal course of action and during upgrades as
> well) production grade environment. We came across following tools.
> - We thought of using *Kolla-Kubernetes* as deployment tool, but we
> got feedback from Kolla IRC channel that this project is being retired.
> Moreover, we couldn't find latest documents having multi-node deployment
> steps and, High Availability support was also not mentioned at all anywhere
> in the documentation.
> - Another option to have Kubernetes based deployment is to use
> OpenStack-Helm, but it seems the OSH community has not made OSH 1.0
> officially available yet.
> - Last option, is to use *Kolla-Ansible*, although it is not a
> Kubernetes deployment, but seems to have good community support around it.
> Also, its documentation talks a little about production grade deployment,
> probably it is being used in production grade environments.
> If you folks have used any of these tools for deploying OpenStack to
> fulfill these requirements: HA and ZDT, then please provide your inputs
> specifically about HA and ZDT support of the deployment tool, based on your
> experience. And please share if you have any reference links that you have
> used for achieving HA and ZDT for the respective tools.
> Lastly, if you think we should think that we have missed another more
> viable and stable options of deployment tools which can serve our
> requirement: HA and ZDT, then please do suggest the same.
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