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ORBOS - GitOps everything

ORBOS

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ORBOS explained

ORBITER

BOOM

Getting Started on Google Compute Engine

In the following example we will create a kubernetes cluster on a GCEProvider. All the GCEProvider needs besides a writable Git Repository is a billable Google Cloud Project and a Google Service Account with sufficient permissions.

Initialize A Git Repository

Copy the files orbiter.yml and boom.yml to the root of a new git Repository.

Configure your local environment

# Install the latest orbctl
curl -s https://api.github.com/repos/caos/orbos/releases/latest | grep "browser_download_url.*orbctl-$(uname)-$(uname -m)" | cut -d '"' -f 4 | sudo wget -i - -O /usr/local/bin/orbctl
sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/orbctl
sudo chown $(id -u):$(id -g) /usr/local/bin/orbctl

# Create an orb file at ${HOME}/.orb/config
MY_GIT_REPO="git@github.com:me/my-orb.git"
orbctl --gitops configure --repourl ${MY_GIT_REPO} --masterkey "$(openssl rand -base64 21)"

Configure a billable Google Cloud Platform project of your choice

MY_GCE_PROJECT="$(gcloud config get-value project)"
ORBOS_SERVICE_ACCOUNT_NAME=orbiter-system
ORBOS_SERVICE_ACCOUNT=${ORBOS_SERVICE_ACCOUNT_NAME}@${MY_GCE_PROJECT}.iam.gserviceaccount.com

# Create a service account for the ORBITER user
gcloud iam service-accounts create ${ORBOS_SERVICE_ACCOUNT_NAME} \
    --description="${ORBOS_SERVICE_ACCOUNT_NAME}" \
    --display-name="${ORBOS_SERVICE_ACCOUNT_NAME}"

# Assign the service account the roles `Compute Admin`, `IAP-secured Tunnel User` and `Service Usage Admin`
gcloud projects add-iam-policy-binding ${MY_GCE_PROJECT} \
    --member=serviceAccount:${ORBOS_SERVICE_ACCOUNT} \
    --role=roles/compute.admin
gcloud projects add-iam-policy-binding ${MY_GCE_PROJECT} \
    --member=serviceAccount:${ORBOS_SERVICE_ACCOUNT} \
    --role=roles/iap.tunnelResourceAccessor
gcloud projects add-iam-policy-binding ${MY_GCE_PROJECT} \
    --member=serviceAccount:${ORBOS_SERVICE_ACCOUNT} \
    --role=roles/serviceusage.serviceUsageAdmin
gcloud projects add-iam-policy-binding ${MY_GCE_PROJECT} \
    --member=serviceAccount:${ORBOS_SERVICE_ACCOUNT} \
    --role=roles/iam.serviceAccountUser


# Create a JSON key for the service account
gcloud iam service-accounts keys create /tmp/key.json \
  --iam-account ${ORBOS_SERVICE_ACCOUNT}

# Encrypt and write the created JSON key to the orbiter.yml
orbctl --gitops writesecret orbiter.gce.jsonkey --file /tmp/key.json
rm -f /tmp/key.json

Bootstrap your Kubernetes cluster on GCE

orbctl --gitops takeoff

As soon as the Orbiter has deployed itself to the cluster, you can decrypt the generated admin kubeconfig

mkdir -p ~/.kube
orbctl --gitops readsecret orbiter.k8s.kubeconfig > ~/.kube/config

Wait for grafana to become running

kubectl --namespace caos-system get po -w

Open your browser at http://localhost:8080 to show your new clusters dashboards. Default username and password are both admin

kubectl --namespace caos-system port-forward svc/grafana 8080:80

Delete everything created by Orbiter

# Remove all GCE compute resources
orbctl --gitops destroy

# Unassign all service account roles
gcloud projects remove-iam-policy-binding ${MY_GCE_PROJECT} \
    --member=serviceAccount:${ORBOS_SERVICE_ACCOUNT} \
    --role=roles/compute.admin
gcloud projects remove-iam-policy-binding ${MY_GCE_PROJECT} \
    --member=serviceAccount:${ORBOS_SERVICE_ACCOUNT} \
    --role=roles/iap.tunnelResourceAccessor
gcloud projects remove-iam-policy-binding ${MY_GCE_PROJECT} \
    --member=serviceAccount:${ORBOS_SERVICE_ACCOUNT} \
    --role=roles/serviceusage.serviceUsageAdmin

# Remove service account
gcloud iam service-accounts delete --quiet ${ORBOS_SERVICE_ACCOUNT}

Offerings

The usage of our open source code is and stays completely free. Below you will find our base offerings without Service Level. If you'd like to operate ORBOS in production we recommend you to get in touch with us to arrange a Service Level Agreement and benefit from guaranteed availability and response times. For further information or if you need something else, contact us now at orbos@caos.ch.

Support

You run an maintain your Orbs yourself. Your incidents are treated with a high priority. In return, we charge you with a price from CHF 250 per Orb and Month, decreasing to CHF 100.

Dedicated Orbs

We run and maintain your Orbs on a supported provider of your choice. Your incidents are treated with a high priority. In return, we charge you with a price from CHF 500 per Orb and Month, decreasing to CHF 100.

Usage Data

ORBOS components send errors and usage data to CAOS Ltd., so that we are able to identify code improvement potential. If you don't want to send this data or don't have an internet connection, pass the global flag --disable-analytics when using orbctl. For disabling ingestion for already-running components, execute the takeoff command again with the --disable-analytics flag.

We try to distinguishing the environments from which events come from. As environment identifier, we defer the environment identifier from your git repository URL if the --gitops flag is passed.

Besides from errors that don't clearly come from misconfiguration or cli misuage, we send an inital event when any binary is started. This is a " invoked" event along with the flags that are passed to it, except secret values of course.

License

The full functionality of the operator is and stays open source and free to use for everyone. We pay our wages by using ORBOS for selling further workload enterprise services like support, monitoring and forecasting, IAM, CI/CD, secrets management etc. Visit our website and get in touch.

See the exact licensing terms here

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.