[Openstack] [TROVE] database instance creation

Giuseppe Galeota giuseppegaleota at gmail.com
Mon Sep 9 14:59:54 UTC 2013

Dear all,
reading the TROVE's
 I see that "The trove-taskmanager service does the heavy lifting as far as
provisioning instances, managing the lifecycle of instances, and performing
operations on the *Database instance*".

So, once an instance was created, how does an application deployed in the
cloud platform (IaaS or PaaS level) perform CRUD operation on that database
instance? Maybe, does the trove-taskmanager release an endpoint on which
create a DBMS connection?


2013/9/9 Daniel Salinas <imsplitbit at gmail.com>

> Trove allows you to deploy a single vm with 1 server instance of whichever
> service supported.  So for example, if you were to deploy a mysql instance,
> you would have 1 vm with 1 mysql instance running on it.  You can put as
> many databases on that one server instance as you would like with as many
> database users as you would like.
> On Mon, Sep 9, 2013 at 9:21 AM, Giuseppe Galeota <
> giuseppegaleota at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> reading the TROVE's Doc<http://docs.openstack.org/developer/trove/dev/design.html>I see that Trove is designed to support a single-tenant database within a
>> Nova instance.
>> What does means this?
>> Does it mean that Trove creates a single VM instance in which a single
>> database instance is created?
>> Does it mean that Trove creates a single VM instance in which a more
>> database instances of a single tenant are created ?
>> Thank you,
>> Giuseppe
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