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An Introduction to OpenStack Heat

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Miratis specialist Dina Belova gives you an introduction to OpenStack's new orchestration project, OpenStack Heat.
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  • 1.Diving intoHeatMirantis, 2013Dina Belova

2. Orchestration service for OpenStack (officiallysupports Grizzly release) Uses templating mechanism Controls complex groups of cloud resources Huge potential and multiple use cases More than 20 active contributorsWhat is Heat? 3. AWS CloudFormation TOSCA:Topology andOrchestrationSpecification forCloudApplicationsHeat ideas and standards 4. Stack - group of connected cloud resources (VM, volumes,networks, etc.) Autoscaling HA mechanism for the different levels (services runninginside an instance, individual instances, stacks) Nested stacksHeat basics. Stack 5. Heat basics. Template Stacks are created from templates Heat templates have the same structure andabstractions as AWS CloudFormation templates Resource mapping in the next OpenStack release Templates are well integrated with Chef andPuppet 6. Heat Roadmap (Havanna) Parallel source creation Improve networking / Quantum support Rollings updates Support for extended template language Add AutoScaling API actions Move to Ceilometer formetrics / monitoring / alarms 7. Heat Roadmap (Havanna) More improvements for stacks updating Improved security Native for OpenStack resource types (resourcemapping) Add suspend / resume stack actions Configurable LoadBalancer (LBaaS) 8. Already in Heat Nested stacks High Availability (HA) for different resource levels Associate users with templates using Keystone Get boto (Python programming languageinterface to Amazon Web Services) working withHeat API rework to align AWS specification 9. Heat Basic WorkFlowOpenStackStackVM VMVMHeat CLItoolsHeatDBHeat APICloudWatchAPIHeat EngineMQ Watcher TaskScaling PolicyAuto Scaling Group 10. Heat API heat-api (OpenStack native REST API) or heat-api-cfn (provides AWS Query API) Communicates with Heat Engine and tells it whatactions to do 11. Heat Engine Does all the orchestration work Layer on which resource integration isimplemented Contains abstractions to use Auto Scaling andHigh Availability 12. Heat CloudWatch API Ideologically refers to AWS CloudWatch service(gets metrics from stacks) Will be replaced by Ceilometer Used for Auto Scaling 13. Heat CLI tools heatclient uses Heat REST API heat-cfn uses Heat CloudFormation compatibleAPI (deprecated) 14. Heat Auto Scaling Principles Agents are installed to the VMs. They send VMtelemetry to the monitoring componentperiodically Monitoring component (Heat CloudWatch) isresponsible for the communication between VMsand Heat Core functionality (implemented in Heat Engine)provides the scaling itself 15. Installation Heat + DevStack Heat + Ubuntu Heat + Fedora 16. CLI (Heat Client)event-list List events for a stack.event-show Describe the event.resource-list Show list of resources belonging to a stack.resource-metadata List resource metadata.resource-show Describe the resource.stack-create Create the stack.stack-delete Delete the stack.stack-list List the users stacks.stack-show Describe the stack.stack-update Update the stack.template-show Get the template for the specified stack.template-validate Validate a template with parameters.help Display help about this program or one of itssubcommands. 17. Try Heat + DevStackLaunch a stack:heat stack-create teststack-u -P "InstanceType=m1.large; DBUsername=wp; DBPassword=verybadpassword; KeyName=heat_key; LinuxDistribution=F17"Example of template to use address:https://raw.github.com/openstack/heat-templates/master/cfn/WordPress_Single_Instance.template 18. Get stacks listheat stack-listIf everything is nice after stack creation+--------------------------------------+------------+-----------------+----------------------+| id | stack_name | stack_status | creation_time |+--------------------------------------+------------+-----------------+----------------------+| 70296f8e-f301-465f-8b42-1aa3f95c42f6 | teststack | CREATE_COMPLETE | 2013-05-29T07:39:57Z |+--------------------------------------+------------+-----------------+----------------------+If something goes wrong+--------------------------------------+------------+---------------+----------------------+| id | stack_name | stack_status | creation_time |+--------------------------------------+------------+---------------+----------------------+| 70296f8e-f301-465f-8b42-1aa3f95c42f6 | teststack | CREATE_FAILED | 2013-05-29T07:39:57Z |+--------------------------------------+------------+---------------+----------------------+ 19. Delete stackheat stack-delete 70296f8e-f301-465f-8b42-1aa3f95c42f6+--------------------------------------+------------+--------------------+----------------------+| id | stack_name | stack_status | creation_time |+--------------------------------------+------------+--------------------+----------------------+| 70296f8e-f301-465f-8b42-1aa3f95c42f6 | teststack | DELETE_IN_PROGRESS | 2013-05-29T07:38:11Z |+--------------------------------------+------------+--------------------+----------------------+ 20. Template structure Description Parameters Mappings Resources Outputs{"AWSTemplateFormatVersion" : "version date","Description" : "Valid JSON strings up to 4K","Parameters" : {set of parameters},"Mappings" : {set of mappings},"Resources" : {set of resources},"Outputs" : {set of outputs}} 21. Template elements exampleDescription"Description" : "Template to test something important"Parameters"Parameters": {"InstanceType" : {"Description" : "Test instance type","Type" : "String","Default" : "m1.small","AllowedValues" : ["m1.small", "m1.medium"]}} 22. Template elements exampleMappings"Mappings" : {"AWSInstanceType2Arch" : {"m1.tiny" : { "Arch" : "32" },"m1.small" : { "Arch" : "64" },"m1.medium" : { "Arch" : "64" },"m1.large" : { "Arch" : "64" },"m1.xlarge" : { "Arch" : "64" }}} 23. Template elements exampleResources"Resources" : {"network": {"Type": "OS::Quantum::Net","Properties": {"name": "the_network"}},"unnamed_network": {"Type": "OS::Quantum::Net"},} 24. Template elements exampleOutputs"Outputs" : {"the_network_status" : {"Value" : { "Fn::GetAtt" : [ "network", "status" ]},"Description" : "Status of network"},"port_device_owner" : {"Value" : { "Fn::GetAtt" : [ "port","device_owner"]},"Description" : "Device owner of the port"}} 25. Useful links http://docs.openstack.org/developer/heat/ https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Heat https://github.com/openstack/heat https://github.com/openstack/heat-templates 26. Thank you for the [email protected]

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