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README.rst

Mk20 Labs Salt Model

OpenStack Reclass models for Mk-based cloud for training and development.

New cluster class

A new simple way to model multiple deployments in 1 reclass is now possible by new top level class cluster. This is a major change in model after 1-2 years using the current service and system separation and was created to address needs to clearly support:

  • multiple parallel deployments,
  • mitigate the need of pregenerated data [cookiecutter],
  • unite the large production and small lab models in common format

This approach replaces actual system/openstack/... systems. It covers all current labs, stacklight labs up to the mk22-full-scale production ready deployments.

Structure

Each deployment is defined in own cluster directory classes/cluster/<deployment_name>. Short overview of deployment dir content:

init.yml
Shared location parameters, all hosts
openstack.yml
shared OpenStack parameters
openstack-control/compute/database/etc.yml
defined service clusters
mon.yml
shared monitoring parameters
monitoring-server/proxy/etc.yml
defined monitoring clusters/servers

The openstack-config is new cluster role for salt master and is used to define all nodes and services.

All other systems [ceph/stacklight/mcp] can be setup the same way. With this setup you have on system level only generic system fragments [not to be changed too much, better amended per case/pattern] and you have full power to override/separate services at the cluster level.

This approach basically removes the need for cookiecutter as the common files contain basically the content of what you would imput to cookiecutter. The current content of mk-lab-salt-model is basically demo of parallel deployment models with multiple separate salt-masters defined that reuse the single model.

Available setups

Mk.20 basic testing lab

  • 1 config node
  • 3 control nodes
  • 1 compute node

Mk.20 advanced testing lab

  • 1 config node
  • 3 control nodes
  • 1 compute node
  • 1 monitor node

Mk.20 expert testing lab

  • 1 config node
  • 3 control nodes
  • 2 compute nodes
  • 1 monitor node
  • 1 meter node
  • 1 log node

Mk.20 basic StackLight lab

  • 1 config node
  • 3 control nodes
  • 1 compute node
  • 1 monitor node

Mk.20 advanced StackLight lab

  • 1 config node
  • 3 control nodes
  • 1 compute node
  • 3 monitor nodes

Mk.22 basic testing lab

  • 1 config node
  • 3 control nodes
  • 1 compute node
  • 1 monitor node

Mk.22 advanced testing lab

  • 1 config node
  • 3 control nodes
  • 2 compute nodes
  • 3 monitoring nodes

Mk.22 full scale lab

  • 1 config node
  • 3 database nodes
  • 3 message queue nodes
  • 1 openstack dashboard node
  • 3 openstack control nodes
  • 2 openstack compute nodes
  • 3 monitoring nodes