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  • 1. Cloud Interoperability Week – Hands-On Tutorial Madrid, Spain, September 18th, 2013 1/16Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License Build your OCCI-compatible Cloud with OpenNebula Daniel Molina Carlos Martín Boris Parak The research leading to these results has received funding from Comunidad de Madrid through research grant MEDIANET S2009/TIC-1468, Acknowledgments
  • 2. 2An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula Agenda Build your OCCI-compatible Cloud with OpenNebula! ●  Introduction and Architecture ●  Installation and Basic Usage ●  rOCCI on top of OpenNebula
  • 3. Cloud Interoperability Week – Hands-On Tutorial Madrid, Spain, September 18th, 2013 Build your OCCI-compatible Cloud with OpenNebula 1/16Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula Daniel Molina & Carlos Martín Project Engineers The research leading to these results has received funding from Comunidad de Madrid through research grant MEDIANET S2009/TIC-1468, Acknowledgments
  • 4. 2An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula Agenda An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula! ●  Infrastructure as a Service ●  The OpenNebula Model ●  The Anatomy of the Cloud
  • 5. 3An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula Infrastructure as a Service Types of Cloud Services! What Who On-demand access to any application End-user (does not care about hw or sw) Platform for building and delivering web applications Developer (no managing of the underlying hw & swlayers) Raw computer infrastructure System Administrator (complete management of the computer infrastructure) Software as a Service Platform as a Service Infrastructure as a Service Physical Infrastructure
  • 6. 4An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula Infrastructure as a Service Types of Cloud Deployments! • Simple Web Interface • Raw Infrastructure Resources • Pay-as-you-go (On-demand access) • Elastic & “infinite” Capacity Public Cloud
  • 7. 5An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula • Simple Web Interface • Raw Infrastructure Resources • Pay-as-you-go (On-demand access) • Elastic & “infinite” Capacity Public Cloud A “Public Cloud behind the firewall” • Simplify internal operations • Dynamic allocation of resources • Higher utilization & operational savings • Security concerns Private Cloud Infrastructure as a Service Types of Cloud Deployments!
  • 8. 6An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula • Simple Web Interface • Raw Infrastructure Resources • Pay-as-you-go (On-demand access) • Elastic & “infinite” Capacity Public Cloud A “Public Cloud behind the firewall” • Simplify internal operations • Dynamic allocation of resources • Higher utilization & operational savings • Security concerns Private Cloud •  Supplement the capacity of the Private Cloud •  Utility Computing dream made a reality! Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure as a Service Types of Cloud Deployments!
  • 9. 7An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula • Simple Web Interface • Raw Infrastructure Resources • Pay-as-you-go (On-demand access) • Elastic & “infinite” Capacity Public Cloud A “Public Cloud behind the firewall” • Simplify internal operations • Dynamic allocation of resources • Higher utilization & operational savings • Security concerns Private Cloud •  Suplement the capacity of the Private Cloud •  Utility Computing dream made a reality! Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure as a Service Types of Cloud Deployments!
  • 10. 8An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula Infrastructure as a Service Challenges of IaaS Clouds! ●  How do I provision a new VM? Image Management & Context ●  Where do I store the disks? Storage ●  How do I set up networking for a multitier service? Network & VLANs ●  Where do I put my web server VM? Monitoring & Scheduling ●  How do I manage any hypervisor? Virtualization ●  Who has access to the Cloud’s resources? User & Role Management ●  How do I manage my distributed infrastructure? Interfaces & APIs
  • 11. 9An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula ●  How do I provision a new VM? Image Management & Context ●  Where do I store the disks? Storage ●  How do I set up networking for a multitier service? Network & VLANs ●  Where do I put my web server VM? Monitoring & Scheduling ●  How do I manage any hypervisor? Virtualization ●  Who has access to the Cloud’s resources? User & Role Management ●  How do I manage my distributed infrastructure? Interfaces & APIs Uniform management layer that orchestrates multiple technologies Infrastructure as a Service Challenges of IaaS Clouds!
  • 12. 10An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula An Uniform Management Layer! Infrastructure as a Service
  • 13. 11An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula The OpenNebula Model ●  Adaptable: Integration capabilities to fit into any data center ●  Enterprise-ready: Upgrade process and commercial support ●  No Lock-in: Broad infrastructure and platform independent ●  Light: Efficient & simple ●  Proven: Rigorously tested, mature and widely used ●  Powerful: Advanced features for virtualized ●  Scalable: single instance & multi-tier architectures ●  Be interoperable! rich set of API's & Interfaces ●  Open Source: Apache License v2 An Enterprise-ready Open-source Platform to Manage Cloud Data Centers!
  • 14. 12An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula Widely Used to Build Enterprise Private Clouds in Medium and Large Data Centers! Reference Users Survey Q2/Q3 2012 (2,500 users http://c12g.com/resources/survey/) The OpenNebula Model
  • 15. 13An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula Story A Project Aimed at Building the Industry Standard Open Cloud Management Tool! 2005 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 • Develop & innovate • Support the community • Collaborate Large-scale production deployment: 16,000 VMs 5,000 downloads/ month 20142013 Research Project TP v1.0 v1.2 v1.4 v2.0 v2.2 v3.0 v3.2 v3.4 v3.6 v3.8 v4.0 V4.2
  • 16. 14An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula The Anatomy of the Cloud Different Perspectives of the Cloud – Demands from the Different Communities! Cloud Consumer Cloud Administrator Cloud Integrator Cloud Application Developer
  • 17. 15An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula The Anatomy of the Cloud OpenNebula Architecture - Infrastructure Agnostic and Highly Customizable! OpenNebula core Virtualization Images Storage Network Auth Monitoring Scheduler XML-RPC API OCA (Ruby, Java) CLI GUI Cloud Servers DB Languages
  • 18. 16An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula The Anatomy of the Cloud Cloud Architecture - The Internals of the Cloud! Interfaces, Tools & API • CLI & Sunstone (GUI) • API •  Cloud (EC2,OCCI) •  Service Management & Catalogs Compute Hosts • Grouped into logical clusters • Multiple hypervisors • Monitoring Storage • VM disks (file & block) • Image Distribution • Multiple Backends Multi-tenancy • AAA Services • Scheduling • Permissions & roles Network • VLAN • Firewalling • Multiple Technologies
  • 19. 17An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula The Anatomy of the Cloud Basic OpenNebula Deployment! •  Repository of VM images •  Multiple Backends (LVM, Ceph) Monitoring,Virtualization, Storage and Network •  Provides physical resources for the VMs •  Must have a hypervisor installed
  • 20. 18An Introduction to Cloud Computing with OpenNebula We Will Be Happy to Clarify Any Question ! Questions?
  • 21. Cloud Interoperability Week – Hands-On Tutorial Madrid, Spain, September 18th, 2013 Build your OCCI-compatible Cloud with OpenNebula 1/16Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License Installation and Basic Usage Daniel Molina & Carlos Martín Project Engineer The research leading to these results has received funding from Comunidad de Madrid through research grant MEDIANET S2009/TIC-1468, Acknowledgments
  • 22. 2Installing and Basic Usage Agenda Installing and Basic Usage! ●  Planning the Installation ●  Virtual Lab Configuration ●  Basic Usage ●  Managing Hosts ●  Images, Networks, Templates and VMs ●  Managing Users, Quotas and ACLs ●  Logging & Debugging ●  Configuration Files ●  Appendix A - Installation
  • 23. 3Installing and Basic Usage A Typical OpenNebula Environment Planning the Installation! •  Repository of VM images •  Multiple Backends (LVM, Ceph) Monitoring,Virtualization, Storage and Network •  Provides physical resources for the VMs •  Must have a hypervisor installed
  • 24. 4Installing and Basic Usage Required Software Installing! ●  Head node ●  ssh, ruby ●  OpenNebula: oned, mm_sched, sunstone, … ●  Worker nodes ●  Hypervisor (KVM, Xen or VMWare) ●  ssh, ruby (Xen & KVM) ●  Optional ●  Storage Backends (LVM, iSCSI, Ceph, …) ●  Networking systems (VLAN, Open vSwitch, …) ●  Ganglia, LDAP, Apache, Nginx
  • 25. 5Installing and Basic Usage Virtual Lab Planning the Installation! NODE 1 NODE 2
  • 26. 6Installing and Basic Usage Virtual Lab Installing! ●  Start Virtual Box ●  File > Import Appliance… ●  frontend_node1.ova & node2.ova ●  Start frontend_node1 and node2 images ●  You can access them from: 1.  VirtualBox GUI 2.  Console ●  frontend_node1 (password centos) ●  node2 (password centos) $ ssh localhost -l root -p 2222 $ ssh localhost -l root -p 2223
  • 27. 7Installing and Basic Usage CLI – node1 Basic Usage! Hands on (node1) ! ●  OpenNebula CLI Commands # su - oneadmin $ one[TAB] oneuser Manage Users oneimage Manage Images onegroup Manage Groups onetemplate Manage Templates oneacl Manage ACLs onevm Manage VMs onehost Manage Hosts oneacct Accounting Tool onecluster Manage Clusters onemarket Marketplace Tool onevnet Manage Networks onedb DB Tool onedatastore Manage Datastores
  • 28. 8Installing and Basic Usage CLI – node1 Basic Usage! ●  Get the Sunstone Login information ●  Try out sunstone! http://localhost:9869 # (as oneadmin) $ cat ~/.one/one_auth oneadmin:<password>
  • 29. 9Installing and Basic Usage Adding Hosts - Sunstone Basic Usage – Hosts! Hands on! (Sunstone) ● Create one host in Sunstone: node1 ● Virtualization: KVM ● Information: KVM ● Network: dummy ● Cluster: none ● Watch transition INIT ! ON ● Click on the row for more information ● Automatic gathering of monitoring data ● Take a look at the graphs
  • 30. 10Installing and Basic Usage Adding Hosts - CLI Basic Usage – Hosts! Hands on! (CLI) (always as oneadmin in the Frontend – node 1) $ onehost -help $ onehost create -help $ ssh node2 ls /var/tmp/one $ onehost create node2 -i kvm -v kvm -n dummy $ onehost list $ onehost top # Wait for ON ... and then CTRL-C $ ssh node2 ls /var/tmp/one $ onehost show node2 $ onehost show 1 $ onehost show -x 1
  • 31. 11Installing and Basic Usage Adding Images Basic Usage – Images! Hands on! (Sunstone) ● Create an Image in Sunstone ● Name: tty ● Provide a Path: /var/tmp/tutorial/ttylinux.qcow2.img ● Advanced ! Driver: qcow2 ● Datastore: default ● Create! ● Watch transition LOCKED ! READY ● Ownership and Permissions (ala Unix!), Size, Driver... Hands on! (CLI) $ oneimage list $ oneimage show tty # DO NOT EXECUTE THE FOLLOWING COMMAND $ oneimage create --name tty --driver qcow2 --path /var/tmp/tutorial/ttylinux.qcow2.img -d default
  • 32. 12Installing and Basic Usage System Datastore Basic Usage – Datastores! Hands on! (Sunstone) ● Inspect each Datastore: ● The system datastore: ● Holds images for running VMs ● The TM_MAD (transfer manager driver) is shared which means:
  • 33. 13Installing and Basic Usage Shared Datastore Basic Usage – Datastores! Hands on! (Sunstone) ● The default datastore: ● Holds images ready to be cloned or linked for VMs ● The DS_MAD is fs because our image is a regular file ● The TM_MAD (transfer manager driver) is shared which means:
  • 34. 14Installing and Basic Usage Adding Networks Basic Usage – Networks! Hands on! (Sunstone) ● Create a new Network ● Name: private ● Type: Fixed Network ● IP: 192.168.0.1 -> [ENTER] -> repeat ... -> 192.168.0.4 ● Network Model: default ● Bridge: br1 br1 VM VM Node 1 eth1 br1 Node 2 eth1 VM VM
  • 35. 15Installing and Basic Usage Adding Networks Basic Usage – Networks! Hands on! (Sunstone) ● Network extended information: ● Lease Management ! Add, Hold and Remove Leases Hands on! (CLI) $ cat private2.net NAME = private2 TYPE = fixed BRIDGE = br1 LEASES = [ IP = 10.0.0.1 ] LEASES = [ IP = 10.0.0.2 ] $ onevnet create private2 $ onevnet list $ onevnet show private $ onevnet addleases private 192.168.0.105 $ onevnet hold private 192.168.0.105
  • 36. 16Installing and Basic Usage Adding Templates Basic Usage – Template! Hands on! (Sunstone) ● A template is a Virtual Machine definition ready to be instantiated ● It has CPU, Memory, Disks, NIC, Graphical Ports, etc... ● Create a new Template: ● Name: ttylinux ● CPU: 0.1 ● Memory: 64M ● Storage: tty ● Network: private ● Input/Output: VNC ● Random values in Context ! Custom Variables ● Create!
  • 37. 17Installing and Basic Usage Adding Templates Basic Usage – Template! Hands on! (CLI) ● Try the useful --dry option in the CLI $ onetemplate create --help $ onetemplate create --name ttylinux --cpu 0.1 --memory 64 --disk tty --nic private --vnc --dry NAME="ttylinux“ CPU=0.1 MEMORY=64 DISK=[ IMAGE="tty“ ] NIC=[ NETWORK="private“ ] GRAPHICS=[ TYPE="vnc", LISTEN="0.0.0.0" ]
  • 38. 18Installing and Basic Usage Instantiating Basic Usage – VMs! Hands on! (Sunstone) ● Instantiate the template ● Deploy 2 VMs ● Leave the name blank ● Watch the transition PENDING ! RUNNING ● In which host is running each VM? ● vnc (node1) ! root / password ● ifconfig ! configured using context ● ping the other machine (node2) ● Migrate / live-migrate (node2)
  • 39. 19Installing and Basic Usage Main VM actions Basic Usage – VMs! suspend VM state saved. Kept in the host. power off (--hard) Powers off a VM. Kept in the host. stop VM state saved. Taken to the system datastore. undeploy (--hard) Powers off a VM. Taken to the system datastore. reboot (--hard) Reboots the VM. delete --recreate Cleans the VM and moves it to PENDING. shutdown (--hard) Powers off a VM, cleans host and VM is removed from OpenNebula. delete VM is immediately destroyed regardless of state. Recommended only for oneadmin.
  • 40. 20Installing and Basic Usage Other VM actions Basic Usage – VMs! Hands on! (Sunstone) ● VM extended information tab ● Capacity - Resize VM capacity (power off –hard, first) ● Storage ● Network - Attach new nic ● create a new network ! attach nic ! reboot ● Snapshot ● create a file using VNC ● Take snapshot ● Modify the file ● Revert ● Placement ● Actions - Schedule action ● Template ● Log
  • 41. 21Installing and Basic Usage Managing Users Basic Usage – Users! Hands on! (Sunstone) ● Create new user: testuser / testpass ● Click on new user ! Update Quotas ● Enforce 1 Max VMs ! Add/edit quota ● Other possible options ● limit the use of a Datastore ● limit the use of an Image ● limit the use of a Network ● Apply changes! ● Create new ACL ● We can customize any rule extending the functionality provided by the Unix ownership/group/permissions schema.
  • 42. 22Installing and Basic Usage Logs Basic Usage – Logging and Debugging! ● Logs are kept under /var/log/one ● oned.log: all the information related to the oned daemon. Every request, actions and driver errors will be here. The verbosity is set by DEBUG_LEVEL in /etc/one/oned.conf ● sched.log:has all the information related to the placement of Virtual Machines. If a VM is not being deployed (kept in PENDING state), this log will explain why. ● <id>.log: the log of each VM. Also accessible through Sunstone.
  • 43. 23Installing and Basic Usage oned.conf Configuration! /etc/one/oned.conf (open this file and take a look!) ● OpenNebula Daemon: ● LOG, PORT, DB ● Monitoring Intervals: ● MANAGER_TIMER, MONITORING_INTERVAL ● Configuration options for VMs: ● VNC_BASE_PORT ● MAC_PREFIX (MAC " IP) ● DEFAULT_DEVICE_PREFIX = "hd“ (or vd, xvd, etc…) ● Drivers: ● IM_MAD, VMM_MAD, TM_MAD, DATASTORE_MAD, HM_MAD, AUTH_MAD ● Resources: ● DEFAULT_UMASK ● VM_RESTRICTED_ATTR, IMAGE_RESTRICTED_ATTR
  • 44. 24Installing and Basic Usage sched.conf Configuration! /etc/one/sched.conf (open this file and take a look!) ● Scheduler Daemon: ● ONED_PORT, SCHED_INTERVAL, LOG ● Dispatch Options ● MAX_VM, MAX_DISPATCH, MAX_HOST, LIVE_RESCHEDS ● Policy ● DEFAULT_SCHED (packing, striping, load-aware, custom)
  • 45. 25Installing and Basic Usage We Will Be Happy to Clarify Any Question ! Questions?
  • 46. 26Installing and Basic Usage Appendix A Installation This is just a reference of what have been done to configure the frontend_node1 and node2 images
  • 47. 27Installing and Basic Usage Installation node 1 - Frontend Installing! ●  Activate repo and Install Packages ●  Add QEMU drivers ●  Configure NFS Server # cp /var/tmp/tutorial/opennebula.repo /etc/ yum.repos.d/ # yum clean all # yum install opennebula-server opennebula-sunstone opennebula-node-kvm # Change VM_MAD type from kvm to qemu # cat /etc/exports /var/lib/one *(rw,sync,no_subtree_check,root_squash,anonuid=9869,anongid=9869)
  • 48. 28Installing and Basic Usage Installation node 1 - Frontend Installing! ●  Configure Sunstone ●  Start Services ●  Quick overview of the CLI # service nfs start # service libvirtd start # service opennebula start # service opennebula-sunstone start # chkconfig nfs on # gpasswd -a oneadmin wheel # su - oneadmin $ oneuser show $ oneuser -help # sed -i 's/127.0.0.1/0.0.0.0/' /etc/one/sunstone-server.conf
  • 49. 29Installing and Basic Usage Installation node 2 – Worker Node Installing! ●  Activate repo and Install Packages ●  Configure Network, Hostname, NFS and sudo # cp /var/tmp/tutorial/opennebula.repo /etc/yum.repos.d/ # yum clean all # yum install opennebula-node-kvm # chkconfig NetworkManager off # service NetworkManager stop # echo HOSTNAME=node2 > /etc/sysconfig/network # hostname node2 # sed -i 's/1.1.1.1/1.1.1.2/' /etc/sysconfig/network- scripts/ifcfg-br1 # ifconfig br1 1.1.1.2/24 up # mount –t nfs 1.1.1.1:/var/lib/one /var/lib/one # gpasswd -a oneadmin wheel # service libvirtd start
  • 50. 30Installing and Basic Usage Configure Password-less SSH Installing! ●  OpenNebula needs passwordless ssh access to all the nodes from all the nodes: # (as oneadmin) $ ssh-keyscan node1 node2 > ~/.ssh/known_hosts # test it! $ ssh node2 $ exit $ ssh node1 $ exit
  • 51. EGI-InSPIRE Build your OCCI-compatible cloud with OpenNebula and rOCCI Boris Parák, CESNET EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 1 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 52. Tutorial Overview 1. Introduction to (r)OCCI 2. Requirements 3. rOCCI-server 3.1 Installation 3.2 Configuration 3.3 Start-up 4. rOCCI-cli 4.1 Installation 4.2 Usage 5. Showcase 6. Appendix EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 2 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 53. Introduction – OCCI • OCCI æ Open Cloud Computing Interface • text-based protocol and API focusing on interoperability in the cloud • originally designed for IaaS clouds, but is extensible • works with resources, links and mixins EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 3 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 54. Introduction – rOCCI What is rOCCI? • a framework implementing OCCI in Ruby • a client providing shell-based user interface • an open source project hosted on GitHub • consists of rOCCI-core, rOCCI-api and rOCCI-cli What is rOCCI-server? • a server-side implementation leveraging rOCCI • a bridge between OpenNebula and the world of OCCI • stateless proxy delegating authentication, authorization and functionality to OpenNebula EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 4 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 55. Introduction – Architecture EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 5 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 56. Introduction – Terminology EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 6 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 57. Requirements • OpenNebula, v3.4 - v4.2 • Ruby 1.9.3 • Rubygems • optionally, Apache2 as an application server for production deployments EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 7 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 58. rOCCI-server – Installation • rOCCI-server can be installed directly from its git repository or from a zip archive • should use a separate user account • can be installed and distributed as a separate ready-to-launch appliance rOCCI-server is already installed in your VMs. EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 8 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 59. rOCCI-server – Configuration # configure authentication with OpenNebula [oneadmin]$ oneuser create rocci $RANDOM --driver server_cipher [oneadmin]$ oneuser chgrp rocci oneadmin # provide default backend configuration [rocci]$ cd /var/tmp/rOCCI-server [rocci]$ cp etc/backend/opennebula/opennebula.json etc/backend/default.json # update credentials for the rocci user [rocci]$ vim etc/backend/default.json EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 9 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 60. rOCCI-server – Start-up # start the passenger [rocci]$ cd /var/tmp/rOCCI-server [rocci]$ bundle exec passenger start # ... and that’s it! EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 10 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 61. rOCCI-cli – Installation • ordinary Rubygem, available as ’occi-cli’ • provides shell-based user interface • supports basic, digest, X.509 and VOMS authentication # check whether the client is present and works # (run this OUTSIDE the /var/tmp/rOCCI-server directory) [rocci]$ occi -d -v EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 11 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 62. rOCCI-cli – Usage # all ’occi’ commands mentioned from now on # have to be executed under the rocci user account $ occi --help EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 12 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 63. Showcase – List $ occi --endpoint http://localhost:3000/ --auth basic --username oneadmin --password $PASSWD --action list --resource storage $ occi --endpoint http://localhost:3000/ --auth basic --username oneadmin --password $PASSWD --action list --resource network $ occi --endpoint http://localhost:3000/ --auth basic --username oneadmin --password $PASSWD --action list --resource compute EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 13 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 64. Showcase – Describe $ occi --endpoint http://localhost:3000/ --auth basic --username oneadmin --password $PASSWD --action describe --resource storage $ occi --endpoint http://localhost:3000/ --auth basic --username oneadmin --password $PASSWD --action describe --resource network $ occi --endpoint http://localhost:3000/ --auth basic --username oneadmin --password $PASSWD --action describe --resource compute EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 14 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 65. Showcase – Instantiate $ occi --endpoint http://localhost:3000/ --auth basic --username oneadmin --password $PASSWD --action create --resource compute --mixin os_tpl#ttylinux --mixin resource_tpl#small --attributes title=’rOCCI_VM’ $ occi --endpoint http://localhost:3000/ --auth basic --username oneadmin --password $PASSWD --action describe --resource /compute/<id> $ occi --endpoint http://localhost:3000/ --auth basic --username oneadmin --password $PASSWD --action delete --resource /compute/<id> EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 15 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 66. References What to read if you want to know more? • http://occi-wg.org • https://github.com/gwdg/rOCCI-server • https://github.com/gwdg/rOCCI-core • https://github.com/gwdg/rOCCI-api • https://github.com/gwdg/rOCCI-cli Do you have any questions? • ask directly at parak@cesnet.cz • ask in the mailing lists rocci@gwdg.de or inspire-mp-rocci@mailman.egi.eu EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 16 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 67. Appendix – rOCCI-server # create a user $ useradd rocci $ usermod -L rocci # check Ruby version $ su - rocci [rocci]$ ruby -v # install a few native dependencies $ yum install expat-devel libxml2-devel libxslt-devel EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 17 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 68. Appendix – rOCCI-server # install the rOCCI-server itself [rocci]$ cd /opt [rocci]$ git clone https://github.com/gwdg/rOCCI-server.git # install rOCCI-server’s dependencies [rocci]$ cd /opt/rOCCI-server [rocci]$ bundle install # configure authentication with OpenNebula [oneadmin]$ oneuser create rocci $RANDOM --driver server_cipher [oneadmin]$ oneuser chgrp rocci oneadmin EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 18 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 69. Appendix – rOCCI-server # provide default backend configuration [rocci]$ cd /opt/rOCCI-server [rocci]$ cp etc/backend/opennebula/opennebula.json etc/backend/default.json # update credentials for the rocci user [rocci]$ vim etc/backend/default.json # start the passenger [rocci]$ cd /opt/rOCCI-server [rocci]$ bundle exec passenger start EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 19 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu
  • 70. Appendix – rOCCI-cli # install a few native dependencies $ yum install expat-devel libxml2-devel libxslt-devel # install the client itself $ gem install occi-cli # check whether it works $ occi -d -v EGI Technical Forum 2013, Madrid, ES 20 EGI-InSPIRE RI-261323 www.egi.eu