Meshery Adapter for Octarine
How the Meshery Adapter for Octarine Works
The Octarine adapter relys on an existing control plane already being up. Octarine provides a shared control plane for all Meshery users. In order to deploy Octarine's dataplane into a target cluster the adapter performs the follwing operations:
- A new account is provisioned in the Octarine Control Plane.
- A domain is registered in that account. A domain in Octarine identified a k8s cluster.
- The YAML files required for deploying the data plane on the target cluster are generated.
- The YAML files are applied on the
octarine-dataplanenamespace in the target cluster.
Once the Octarine's data plane services are deployed, the adapter can be used to deploy Bookinfo. The steps here are:
- Enable the target namespace for automatic sidecar injection.
- Deploy Bookinfo to the target namespace.
In order to connect to the Octarine Control Plane the adapter requires the follwing environment variables to be set:
- OCTARINE_DOCKER_USERNAME: The docker username needed to pull Octarine's images to the target cluster. Do not use your own docker credentials. Use the ones supplies by Octarine.
- OCTARINE_DOCKER_EMAIL: The docker username needed to pull Octarine's images to the target cluster.
- OCTARINE_DOCKER_PASSWORD: The docker username needed to pull Octarine's images to the target cluster.
- OCTARINE_ACC_MGR_PASSWD : The password that will be assigned to the user 'meshery' in the new account.
- OCTARINE_CREATOR_PASSWD : The password needed to create an account in Octarine.
- OCTARINE_DELETER_PASSWD : The password needed to delete the account in Octarine.
- OCTARINE_CP : The address of the Octarine Control Plane. Example: meshery-cp.octarinesec.com
- OCTARINE_DOMAIN : The name that will be assigned to the target cluster in Octarine. Example: meshery:domain
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