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Open TUNA project!

This is the infrastructure project of Open TUNA on AWS, orchestrated by AWS CDK.

See below for the overall architecture, overall-arch

It consists of the following independent stacks,

  • Network stack(optional)
    • Create a dedicated VPC with public and private subnets across three AZs with NAT gateways
    • Create S3 Endpoint
  • Storage stack(optional)
    • EFS file system
  • Common stack
    • SNS notification topic
    • Slack webhook subscription(optional)
  • Open TUNA stack
    • S3 asset bucket
    • application load balancer
    • CloudFront distribution
    • log analysis for CloudFront distribution
    • ECS cluster for content server and web portal
    • issue SSL certificate from ACM(only for using Route53 as DNS resolver)
    • create DNS record in R53 for ALB and CloudFront(only for using Route53 as DNS resolver)
    • invalidate CloudFront cache when content updates
    • S3 buckets for S3-backed repos e.g. rubygems
    • Tunasync Manager stack
      • auto scaling group for tunasync manager
      • intranet application load balancer for manager's API
      • elasticache redis cluster for database storage
    • Tunasync Worker stack
      • auto scaling group for tunasync worker
      • install necessary third party tools for mirroring tasks
      • use systemctl as daemon to start tunasync worker
      • send custom CloudWatch metrics of tunasync process info
      • publish large configuration files to s3 asset bucket
    • Content Server stack
      • build custom nginx container
      • use Fargate service to serve mirror contents
      • internet facing application load balancer
      • collect network metrics by CloudWatch agent
      • setup auto scaling rules based on metrics
    • Web Portal stack
      • use tuna/mirror-web
      • route tunasync.json to tunasync manager
      • create and run lambda function periodically to generate iso download links
    • Monitor stack
      • create several CodeBuild projects to verify integrity of index files
      • run projects periodically and report upon failure
      • trigger re-sync when failure is detected
    • Certificate stack
      • create CodeBuild project to manual renew Let's Encrypt certificate
  • Pipeline stack

Prerequisites

  • VPC with both public and private subnets crossing two AZs at least and NAT gateway. You can deploy the network stack if you don't have a VPC which satisfies the requirements.
  • EFS file system associated with above VPC. You can deploy stack with provisioning a EFS file system without specifying the existing filesystem id of EFS.

How to deploy it

Prerequisites

  • An AWS account
  • Configure credential of aws cli
  • Install node.js LTS version, such as 12.x
  • Install npm 7.x
  • Install Docker Engine

Checkout submodules

git submodule init
git submodule update

Install project dependencies

npm run init

Deploy network stack(optional)

npm run deploy-network

Deploy storage stack(optional)

npx cdk deploy OpenTunaStorageStack -c vpcId=<existing vpc Id>

Deploy open tuna stack

# deploy storage and common stack as well
npx cdk deploy OpenTunaStack -c vpcId=<existing vpc Id>

# subscribe SNS topic alaram to slack channel
# Go to https://slack.com/apps/A0F7XDUAZ-incoming-webhooks to apply for webhook
npx cdk deploy OpenTunaStack -c vpcId=<existing vpc Id> -c slackHookUrl=<webhook url>

# or deploy with existing EFS filesystem
npx cdk deploy OpenTunaStack -c vpcId=<existing vpc Id> -c fileSystemId=<existing filesystem id> -c fileSystemSGId=<existing sg id of the given file system>

# deploy with domain name and use Route53 as DNS resolver
npx cdk deploy OpenTunaStack -c vpcId=<existing vpc Id> -c domainName=<domain name of site> -c domainZone=<public hosted zone of your domain in Route53>

# deploy with SSL cert of CloudFront for China regions
# upload SSL cert to IAM, for China region only
aws iam upload-server-certificate --server-certificate-name my-domain --certificate-body file://cert.pem --private-key file://privkey.pem --certificate-chain file://chain.pem --path '/cloudfront/'
# get cert id from above output
npx cdk deploy OpenTunaStack -c vpcId=<existing vpc Id> -c domainName=<domain name of site> -c domainZone=<public hosted zone of your domain in Route53> -c iamCertId=<cert id>

The CertificateStack will be created when using IAM cert for the CloudFront SSL. The stack will create a CodeBuild project to issue new SSL certificates from Let's encrypt. And the build event can be pushed to the pipeline account when deploying the stack via the below context option,

-c certTopicArn=<arn of sns topic created by pipeline stack>

Docker image for content server is automatically built and published. You can build and publish to ecr manually:

$ sudo docker build -t content-server:1.18-alpine .
$ sudo docker tag content-server:1.18-alpine ${uid}.dkr.ecr.${region}.amazonaws.com/content-server:1.18-alpine
$ sudo docker push ${uid}.dkr.ecr.${region}.amazonaws.com/content-server:1.18-alpine

How to test

npm run test

Post deployment

  • Add email addresses or other subscribers to the notification topic created in the common stack. The alarm notifications related to Open TUNA will be sent to those subscribers.