’Container as a Service’ (CaaS) is a Beta service that will deliver all the necessary material to execute dockerized services inside OpenStack KVM environment that provides flexibility thanks to the CloudWatt IaaS, security thanks to OpenStack virtualized network, and simplicity thanks to the content of this bundle. Please follow the why-devops-with-dockerized-micro-services video to understand the DevOps move!
The promises are - One-Click deploy & 5 minutes: you have your Docker-based ContainerAAS infrastructure. - One click & 3 minutes: you have your first Container cluster (Magnum Bay) fitted with Docker Swarm or Google Kubernetes COE (Container Orchestration Engine). - Few clicks: you integrate CaaS inside your existing Jenkins chain in order to execute DevOps
Since its beginning, the block storage offer of Cloudwatt has undergone various changes including the introduction of Performant block storage offer.
It works with the v1 version of the Cinder API, the Openstack component managing block storage volumes.
To deep dive in more details, here is an article giving more information on some new Heat Kilo commands.
Very handy to configure your instances, the « hooks » command allow you to test thru “pause” or “wait” command” and to orchestrate your heat template as you wish, some resources that can wait until a configuration is performed, which allows to avoid errors linked to orchestration.
This first version of MyCloudManager (Beta) is a different stack of everything the team was able to share with you so far. It aims to bring you a set of tools to unify, harmonize and monitor your tenant. In fact it contains a lot of different applications that aims to help you manage day by day your instances :
MyCloudManager has been completely developed by the CAT team ( Cloudwatt Automation Team).
Cloudwatt’s Big Data infrastructure management product is updated and online. It is based on the latest Openstack released called Mitaka. Major updates:
Cloudwatt provides an update of the Ubuntu 16.04 distribution image with all the system and security updates available as of Mai the 11th, 2016. We encourage you to use this latest version from now.
Cloudwatt provides its clients the latest version just release of Canonical Labs of the Ubuntu distribution : 16.04 or Xenial Xerus.
As for Ubuntu 14.04 or 12.04, this 16.04 version is a LTS release – Long Term Service, indicating that this version will be supported and updated during 5 year by Canonical Ltd.
CoreOS is a powerful Linux distribution built to make large, scalable deployments on varied infrastructure simple to manage.
CoreOS is designed for security, consistency, and reliability. Instead of installing packages via yum or apt, CoreOS uses Linux containers to manage your services at a higher level of abstraction. A single service’s code and all dependencies are packaged within a container that can be run on one or many CoreOS machines.
An email server is a mail server software (email). It aims to transfer emails from one server to another. An user is never in direct contact with this server uses either a mail client or a webmail client, which is responsible to contact the server to send or receive messages. In this episode we used Rainloop as open source webmail that is developed in PHP and designed to be comprehensive and easy to use. It manages very well IMAP / SMTP protocols and has a modern interface (HTML5 / CSS3) very ergonomic, it is rather pleasant. In terms of features, there are all those of a conventional mail client, plus a system of plugins.
We will show you how to build your webmail stack and how to secure it, thanks to ClamAV and SpamAssassin.