Cluster Building with Stackato

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Private PaaS is supposed to accelerate the development and deployment workflows in enterprises, but that can't happen until the PaaS is set up. Stackato takes the novel approach of using pre-built VM images and simple configuration commands to make setup painless. This half-hour webinar will show you how to set up your own PaaS cluster and get it ready for the end users.

In this webinar Troy Topnik, Technical Communications Manager, and Ho Ming Li, Cloud Solution Architect will provide an overview and a live demonstration that includes:

- An overview of Stackato's role-based architecture
- Turning a "micro cloud" into a cluster core node
- Attaching nodes and enabling roles
- Outlining security groups and port configuration
- Ensuring fault tolerance and redundant components

http://www.activestate.com/webinars/cluster-building-stackato

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Cluster Building with Stackato

  1. 1. Cluster Building with Stackato PaaS Microcloud to PaaS Minicluster Ho Ming Li, Cloud Solution Architect homingli@activestate.com Troy Topnik, Technical Communications troyt@activestate.com
  2. 2. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Getting Stackato In house: Download a VM ●using just a hypervisor (KVM, VirtualBox, Xen) ●with cloud orchestration software (e.g. vSphere, Open Stack, Eucalyptus) Hosted: Start a Stackato instance ●AWS ●HP Cloud We'll use this today!←
  3. 3. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Inside Stackato
  4. 4. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 We'll use HP Cloud / OpenStack because… ● Stackato VM is publicly available there ● setup experience will be similar on any OpenStack ● we can show a scriptable CLI interface (Nova)
  5. 5. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Creating a Stackato Cluster The "stem cell" philosophy of the Stackato VM ● boots as a fully functional micro cloud ●connects to a Primary node (MBUS IP) ●can take on one or more roles 'kato' command automates most of the configuration ● common configuration and maintenance tasks are automated ● more fine-grained control than the web console No BOSH required, much shorter learning curve
  6. 6. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Stackato Architecture
  7. 7. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Five Node Mini Cluster ● 1 Core node consisting of controller, router, and supporting processes ● 1 data-services node running the database, messaging and filesystem services o large VM (e.g. 8GB RAM) o backed by block storage ● 3 DEA (Droplet Execution Agent) nodes
  8. 8. activestate.com/stackato | @activestate | activestate.com/blog | Copyright 2014 Cluster Setup Documentation From http://docs.stackato.com/admin/cluster/ : $ ssh stackato@$FLOATING-IP core:$ kato node rename $FLOATING-IP.xip.io --no-restart core:$ kato node setup core api.$FLOATING-IP.xip.io core:$ kato role add … core:$ ssh $INT-IP(dea|services node) dea:$ kato node attach -e dea CORE_IP services:$ kato node attach -e data-services CORE_IP
  9. 9. Thank you! Get Stackato http://www.activestate.com/stackato http://docs.stackato.com Stackato forums Contact Us ● homingli@activestate.com ● troyt@activestate.com
  10. 10. Thank you! Get Stackato http://www.activestate.com/stackato http://docs.stackato.com Stackato forums Contact Us ● homingli@activestate.com ● troyt@activestate.com

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