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Pass AgentVmSize to Cassandra Helm chart #225

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commented Nov 15, 2017

Disclaimer: I know very little about ARM templates or Helm. I've also not been able to test the change since the Fortis deployment is non-trivial. So please review this change carefully. Please also let me know what would be the best strategy to verify the change.

@dmakogon reported that currently it's impossible to deploy Fortis on many VM sizes because Cassandra is only getting deployed if a very specific VM size is being used. This change should fix this behavior and enable Fortis to be deployed to many VM sizes.

From my understanding, the VM size to which Cassandra is being deployed via Helm is specified via the VmInstanceType Helm value. So this pull request wires through the AgentVmSize selected during the Fortis deployment (given by the parameter agentVmSize in ARM) to the Cassandra Helm chart set up site.

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commented Nov 15, 2017

@xtophs David mentioned that you may want to have a look at this.

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Enable deployment on DS4_v2
This is the default VM size for our Cassandra chart so we should enable
users to deploy Fortis to these VMs.

More background:
#225

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Enable deployment on DS4_v2 #226

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Enable deployment on L4s
More background:
#225

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