To instantiate MiCADO workers on CloudBroker, please use the template below. MiCADO requires deployment_id and instance_type_id to instantiate a VM on CloudBroker.
Currently, only Occopus has support for CloudBroker, so Occopus must be enabled and the interface must be set to Occopus as in the example below.
YOUR-VIRTUAL-MACHINE: type: tosca.nodes.MiCADO.CloudBroker.Compute properties: deployment_id: ADD_YOUR_ID_HERE (e.g. e7491688-599d-4344-95ef-aff79a60890e) instance_type_id: ADD_YOUR_ID_HERE (e.g. 9b2028be-9287-4bf6-bbfe-bcbc92f065c0) key_pair_id: ADD_YOUR_ID_HERE (e.g. d865f75f-d32b-4444-9fbb-3332bcedeb75) opened_port: ADD_YOUR_PORTS_HERE (e.g. '22,2377,7946,8300,8301,8302,8500,8600,9100,9200,4789') interfaces: Occopus: create: inputs: endpoint: ADD_YOUR_ENDPOINT (e.g https://cola-prototype.cloudbroker.com )
Under the properties section of a CloudBroker virtual machine definition these inputs are available.:
- deployment_id is the id of a preregistered deployment in CloudBroker referring to a cloud, image, region, etc. Make sure the image contains a base OS (preferably Ubuntu) installation with cloud-init support! The id is the UUID of the deployment which can be seen in the address bar of your browser when inspecting the details of the deployment.
- instance_type_id is the id of a preregistered instance type in CloudBroker referring to the capacity of the virtual machine to be deployed. The id is the UUID of the instance type which can be seen in the address bar of your browser when inspecting the details of the instance type.
- key_pair_id is the id of a preregistered ssh public key in CloudBroker which will be deployed on the virtual machine. The id is the UUID of the key pair which can be seen in the address bar of your browser when inspecting the details of the key pair.
- opened_port is one or more ports to be opened to the world. This is a string containing numbers separated by a comma.
Under the interfaces section of a CloudBroker virtual machine definition, remember to pass the endpoint of the CloudBroker deployment you are using.