An OpenStack Nova driver for Test Kitchen 1.0!
Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
And then execute:
Or install it yourself as:
$ gem install kitchen-openstack
Provide, at a minimum, the required driver options in your
driver: name: openstack openstack_username: [YOUR OPENSTACK USERNAME] openstack_api_key: [YOUR OPENSTACK API KEY] openstack_auth_url: [YOUR OPENSTACK AUTH URL] require_chef_omnibus: latest (if you'll be using Chef) image_ref: [SERVER IMAGE ID] flavor_ref: [SERVER FLAVOR ID]
flavor_ref options can be specified as an exact id,
an exact name, or as a regular expression matching the name of the image or flavor.
By default, a unique server name will be generated and the current user's SSH key will be used (with an RSA key taking precedence over a DSA), though that behavior can be overridden with additional options:
server_name: [A UNIQUE SERVER NAME] private_key_path: [PATH TO YOUR PRIVATE SSH KEY] public_key_path: [PATH TO YOUR SSH PUBLIC KEY] username: [SSH USER] port: [SSH PORT] key_name: [SSH KEY NAME] openstack_tenant: [YOUR OPENSTACK TENANT ID] openstack_region: [A VALID OPENSTACK REGION] openstack_service_name: [YOUR OPENSTACK COMPUTE SERVICE NAME] openstack_network_name: [YOUR OPENSTACK NETWORK NAME USED TO CONNECT] floating_ip: [A SPECIFIC FLOATING IP TO ASSIGN] floating_ip_pool: [AN OPENSTACK POOL NAME TO ASSIGN THE NEXT IP FROM] security_groups: - [A LIST OF...] - [...SECURITY GROUPS TO JOIN] network_ref: - [OPENSTACK NETWORK NAMES OR...] - [...ID TO CREATE INSTANCE WITH]
key_name is provided it will be used instead of any
public_key_path that is specified.
key_name is provided without any
behavior may result if your local RSA/DSA private key doesn't match that
network_ref option can be specified as an exact id, an exact name,
or as a regular expression matching the name of the network. You can pass one
or many networks
network_ref: - MYNET1 - MYNET2
openstack_network_name is used to select IP address for SSH connection.
It's recommended to specify this option in case of multiple networks used for
instance to provide more control over network connectivity.
Please note that
network_ref relies on Network Services (
it can be unavailable in your OpenStack installation.
Only disable SSL cert validation if you absolutely know what you are doing, but are stuck with an OpenStack deployment without valid SSL certs.
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Run style checks and RSpec tests (
bundle exec rake)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request