This stack helps you to control the different modules of the CloudWatt Openstack infrastructure. We start by Debian Jessie image with the openstack client installed and your credentials that will allow you to access the Cloudwatt API via the shell of the instance.
By default, the stack deploys on an instance of type “Tiny” (t1.cw.tiny). A variety of other instance types exist to suit your various needs, allowing you to pay only for the services you need. Instances are charged by the minute and capped at their monthly price (you can find more details on the Tarifs page on the Cloudwatt website).
Other stack parameters, of course, are yours to tweak at your fancy.
We do indeed! Using the console, you can deploy a Openstack CLi server:
The stack will be automatically generated (you can see its progress by clicking on its name). When all modules become green, the creation will be complete. If you’ve reached this point, you’re already done!
… Good! Go to the Apps page on the Cloudwatt website, choose the apps, press DEPLOYER and follow the simple steps… 2 minutes later, a green button appears… ACCEDER: you have your stack !
You now have an SSH access point on your virtual machine (through the floating IP and your private keypair, with the default user name
To display the instances that are on your tenant :
$ openstack server list
To display the images that are on your tenant :
$ openstack image list
To display the networks that are on your tenant :
openstack network list
To creat a stack via heat template:
$ openstack stack create MYSTACK --template server_console.yaml
To display your stack details:
$ openstack stack resource list MYSTACK
To display how to use
openstack commande :
$ openstack help
The environment variables are in
/home/cloud/.bashrc file, for dislaying:
$ env | grep OS OS_REGION_NAME=fr1 OS_PASSWORD=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx OS_AUTH_URL=https://identity.fr1.cloudwatt.com/v2.0 OS_USERNAME=your_username OS_TENANT_NAME=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Have fun. Hack in peace.