cloudstack

Puppet module for managing Apache Cloudstack

Nicolas Truyens

Lavaburn

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  • 0.3.0 (latest)
released May 16th 2015
This version is compatible with:
  • Ubuntu

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Lavaburn/cloudstack — version 0.3.0 May 16th 2015

Puppet Module for Apache Cloudstack

####Table of Contents

  1. Overview
  2. Dependencies
  3. Usage
  4. Reference
  5. Compatibility
  6. Testing
  7. [Copyright] (#copyright)

##Overview

This module installs and sets up Apache Cloudstack for first use. It also contains custom types to manage Cloudstack using the REST API

##Dependencies

CloudStack Infrastructure depends on a working NTP server. Ensure NTP is installed and set up before calling cloudstack class.

Modules:

  • puppetlabs/stdlib (REQUIRED)
  • puppetlabs/mysql (Optional)
  • haraldsk/nfs (Optional)
  • maestrodev/wget (Optional)
  • puppetlabs/apt (Optional)
  • puppetlabs/concat (Optional)
  • If you want to set up MySQL config:
    - include 'mysql::server'   [puppetlabs/mysql]
    
  • If you want to set up NFS:
    - include 'nfs::server'     [haraldsk/nfs]
    
  • If you need XenServer support:
    - include 'wget'            [maestrodev/wget]
    
  • If you're installing on Debian:
    • include 'apt' [puppetlabs/apt]
  • If you're installing the master server: [puppetlabs/concat]
  • If you manage Cloudstack without installing it: Package[cloudstack_mgmt_package_name] should exist

Notes: Due to incompatibility issues on Ubuntu 14.04, I use a different version of haraldsk/nfs: On Github: haw-hh-ai-lab/nfs [Branch = fix_debian_service_cycle_squashed]

##Usage

It is highly recommended to put secret keys in Hiera-eyaml and use automatic parameter lookup [https://github.com/TomPoulton/hiera-eyaml][https://docs.puppetlabs.com/hiera/1/puppet.html#automatic-parameter-lookup]

Make sure to include all dependencies as per above.

Also see the examples/profile.pp file for an example on how to set up dependencies.

Single Server Setup

class { 'cloudstack': hostname_cloudstack => '192.168.1.1',

database_server_key           => 'notsecretnow', # (*)
database_database_key         => 'notsecretnow', # (*)
database_password             => 'notsecretnow', # (*)

hypervisor_support            => ['xenserver', 'kvm', 'lxc'],
cloudstack_server_count       => 1,

}

3 Server Setup

Cloudstack - MySQL only

class { 'cloudstack': cloudstack_server => false, nfs_server => false,

cloudstack_server_count       => 2,

}

Cloudstack - NFS only

class { 'cloudstack': cloudstack_server => false, mysql_server => false, }

Cloudstack - Cloudstack Server only

class { 'cloudstack': nfs_server => false, mysql_server => false,

hostname_cloudstack           => '192.168.1.1',
hostname_database             => '192.168.1.2',
hostname_nfs                  => '192.168.1.3',

database_server_key           => 'notsecretnow', # (*)
database_database_key         => 'notsecretnow', # (*)
database_password             => 'notsecretnow', # (*)

hypervisor_support            => ['xenserver', 'kvm', 'lxc'],

}

Cloudstack - Second Cloudstack Server

class { 'cloudstack': nfs_server => false, mysql_server => false,

hostname_cloudstack           => '192.168.1.4',
hostname_database             => '192.168.1.2',
hostname_nfs                  => '192.168.1.3',

database_server_key           => 'notsecretnow', # (*)
database_database_key         => 'notsecretnow', # (*)
database_password             => 'notsecretnow', # (*)

cloudstack_master             => false,

}

Redundancy/HA

You can add any number of Cloudstack servers (see Usage/Cloudstack - Second Cloudstack Server)

  • Make sure to change the cloudstack_server_count on the MySQL Server

  • Make sure to set cloudstack_master to false

    For MySQL HA, refer to MySQL documentation

##Reference

You should only use the 'cloudstack' class.

There are many custom types available. Documentation Pending (automatic RDOC?)

##Compatibility

This module has been tested with:

  • Puppet 3.7.3 - Ruby 1.9.3 - Ubuntu 14.04.1

##Testing

Dependencies:

  • Ruby
  • Bundler (gem install bundler)

If you wish to test this module yourself:

  1. bundle
  2. rake test

For running acceptance testing (beaker/vagrant):

  1. rake acceptance (TODO - DEPENDENCIES)

##Copyright

Copyright 2014 Nicolas Truyens

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at

   http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.