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Dependencies

The cloud-provider depends on PyYAML and Mako, which are already included as dependencies for binary packages and when installing from source.

For running the cloud-provider in a production environment, depending on your setup you will might need for OpenStack to install python-novaclient, and python-keystoneclient.

For the INDIGO release 1, the supported OpenStack middleware is Liberty, and the endpoint should use the v2.0 OpenStack Identity API. v3 OpenStack Identity API is available in the mitaka_keystoneauth branch, and will be merged to master later.

Supported OS are Ubuntu Trusty and CentOS 7.

Binary packages

Packages are available at the INDIGO repository. Use the appropriate repository for your distribution and install using the usual tools.

  • ubuntu package: python-cloud-info-provider-indigo
  • RHEL 7 package: cloud-info-provider-indigo

Installing using the indigo.cloud-info-provider Ansible role

Using ansible will be the easyest way of testing, it only needs to have Ansible 2.X available.

Installing indigo.cloud-info-provider Ansible role

ansible-galaxy install indigo-dc.cloud-info-provider

Playbook examples

For OpenNebula middleware on an CentOS system:

---
- hosts: centos
  roles:
    - role: indigo-dc.cloud-info-provider
      cloud_info_provider_sitename: TEST
      cloud_info_provider_middleware: indigoon
      cloud_info_provider_setup_cron: false
      # OpenNebula configuration
      cloud_info_provider_on_auth: oneadmin:opennebula
      cloud_info_provider_on_xmlrpc_url: http://127.0.0.1:2633/RPC2
      # CMDB configuration
      cloud_info_provider_cmdb_read_url: http://indigo.cloud.plgrid.pl/cmdb
      cloud_info_provider_cmdb_write_url: http://couch.cloud.plgrid.pl/indigo-cmdb-v2
      cloud_info_provider_cmdb_user: XXXXXX
      cloud_info_provider_cmdb_password: XXXXXX

For OpenStack middleware on an Ubuntu system:

---
- hosts: ubuntu
  become: true
  roles:
    - role: indigo-dc.cloud-info-provider
      cloud_info_provider_sitename: TEST
      cloud_info_provider_middleware: openstack
      cloud_info_provider_setup_cron: false
      # OpenStack configuration
      cloud_info_provider_os_username: admin
      cloud_info_provider_os_password: openstack
      cloud_info_provider_os_auth_url: http://127.0.0.1:5000/v2.0
      cloud_info_provider_os_tenant_name: demo
      # CMDB configuration
      cloud_info_provider_cmdb_read_url: http://indigo.cloud.plgrid.pl/cmdb
      cloud_info_provider_cmdb_write_url: http://couch.cloud.plgrid.pl/indigo-cmdb-v2
      cloud_info_provider_cmdb_user: XXXXXX
      cloud_info_provider_cmdb_password: XXXXXX

Test the cloud-info-provider-indigo-service output before enabling/running the cron task!

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