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A Capistrano recipe that configures AutoScaling on Amazon Web Services infrastructure for your application.
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capistrano-autoscaling

A Capistrano recipe that configures AutoScaling on Amazon Web Services infrastructure for your application.

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'capistrano-autoscaling'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install capistrano-autoscaling

Usage

This recipe will try to setup AutoScaling for your appliction. The following actions are prepared to be invoked from Capistrano.

  • Create ELB for your application
  • Create AMI from EC2 instances behind your ELB
  • Create launch configurations from AMI of your application
  • Create auto scaling group for your application

To enable this recipe, add following in your config/deploy.rb.

# in "config/deploy.rb"
require "capistrano-autoscaling"
set(:autoscaling_region, "ap-northeast-1")
set(:autoscaling_access_key_id, "PUTYOURAWSACCESSKEYIDHERE")
set(:autoscaling_secret_access_key, "PUTYOURAWSSECRETACCESSKEYHERE")
set(:autoscaling_instance_type, "m1.small")
set(:autoscaling_security_groups, %w(default))
set(:autoscaling_min_size, 2)
set(:autoscaling_max_size, 10)

The following options are preserved to manage AutoScaling.

General options:

  • :autoscaling_region - The region name of AWS.
  • :autoscaling_access_key_id - The access key of AWS. By default, find one from :aws_access_key_id and ENV["AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID"].
  • :autoscaling_secret_access_key - The secret access key of AWS. By default, find one from :aws_secret_access_key and ENV["AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY"].
  • :autoscaling_log_level - The log level for AWS SDK.
  • :autoscaling_application - The basename for AutoScaling configurations. By default, generate from :application.
  • :autoscaling_availability_zones - The availability zones which will be used with AutoScaling. By default, use all availability zones within specified region.
  • :autoscaling_instance_type - The instance type which will be used with AutoScaling. By default, use t1.micro.
  • :autoscaling_security_groups - The security groups which will be used with AutoScaling. By default, use %w(default).
  • :autoscaling_min_size - The minimal size of AutoScaling cluster. By default, use 1.
  • :autoscaling_max_size - The maximum size of AutoScaling cluster. By default, use :autoscaling_min_size.

ELB options

  • :autoscaling_create_elb - Controls whether create new ELB or not. By defalut, true.
  • :autoscaling_elb_instance - The ELB instance. By default, create new ELB instance if :autoscaling_create_elb is true.
  • :autoscaling_elb_listeners - A Hash of the listener configuration for ELB. By default, generate from :autoscaling_elb_port and :autoscaling_elb_protocol.
  • :autoscaling_elb_port - The ELB port. By default, use 80.
  • :autoscaling_elb_protocol - The ELB protocol. By default, use :http.
  • :autoscaling_elb_instance_port - The instance port behind ELB. By default, use :autoscaling_elb_port.
  • :autoscaling_elb_instance_protocol - The instance protocol behind ELB. By default, use :autoscaling_elb_protocol.
  • :autoscaling_elb_healthy_threshold - The healthy threshold of ELB. By default, use 10.
  • :autoscaling_elb_unhealthy_threshold - The unhealthy threshold of ELB. By default, use 2.
  • :autoscaling_elb_health_check_interval - The health check interval of ELB. By default, use 30.
  • :autoscaling_elb_health_check_timeout - The health check timeout of ELB. By default, use 5.
  • :autoscaling_elb_health_check_target - The health check target of ELB. By default, generate from first listener in :autoscaling_elb_listeners.
  • :autoscaling_elb_health_check_target_path - The health check target path for HTTP services. By default, use "/".

EC2 options

  • :autoscaling_ec2_instances - The EC2 instances behind ELB.
  • :autoscaling_ec2_instance_public_dns_names - The DNS name of EC2 instances behind ELB.
  • :autoscaling_ec2_instance_public_ip_addresses - The IP address of EC2 instances behind ELB.
  • :autoscaling_ec2_instance_private_dns_names - The private DNS name of EC2 instances behind ELB.
  • :autoscaling_ec2_instance_private_ip_addresses - The private IP address of EC2 instances behind ELB.

AMI options

  • :autoscaling_create_image - Controls whether create new AMI or not. By default, true.
  • :autoscaling_image - The AMI of application. By default, create new AMI if :autoscaling_create_image is true.
  • :autoscaling_image_extra_options - The extra options for creating new AMIs.
  • :autoscaling_keep_images - How many AMIs do you want to keep on autoscaling:cleanup task. By default, keep 2 AMIs.

LaunchConfiguration options

  • :autoscaling_create_launch_configuration - Controls whether create new launch configuration or not.
  • :autoscaling_launch_configuration - The launch configuration of application. By default, create new launch configuration if :autoscaling_create_launch_configuration is true.
  • :autoscaling_launch_configuration_extra_options - The extra options for creating new launch configurations.

AutoScalingGroup options

  • :autoscaling_create_group - Controls whether create new group or not. By default, true.
  • :autoscaling_group - The group for application. By default, create new group if :autoscaling_create_group is true.
  • :autoscaling_group_extra_options - The extra options for creating new group.

ScalingPolicy options

  • :autoscaling_create_policy - Controls whether create new policies or not.
  • :autoscaling_expand_policy - The scale-out policy.
  • :autoscaling_shrink_policy - The scale-in policy.
  • :autoscaling_expand_policy_adjustment - The scale-out adjustment. By defualt, use 1.
  • :autoscaling_shrink_policy_adjustment - The scale-in adjustment. By default, use -1.

MetricAlarm options

  • :autoscaling_create_alarm - Controls whether create new alarms or not.
  • :autoscaling_expand_alarm_definitions - The definition of scale-out alarms.
  • :autoscaling_shrink_alarm_definitions - The definition of scale-in alarms.

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request

Author

License

MIT

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