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作       者:Nilesh Nimkar

出  版  社:Packt Publishing

出版时间:2017-04-12

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Walmart's OneOps is an open source DevOps platform that is used for cloud and application lifecycle management. It can manage critical and complex application workload on any multi cloud-based infrastructure and revolutionizes the way administrators, developers, and engineers develop and launch new products. This practical book focuses on real-life cases and hands-on scenarios to develop, launch, and test your applications faster, so you can implement the DevOps process using OneOps. You will be exposed to the fundamental aspects of OneOps starting with installing, deploying, and configuring OneOps in a test environment, which will also come in handy later for development and debugging. You will also learn about design and architecture, and work through steps to perform enterprise level deployment. You will understand the initial setup of OneOps such as creating organization, teams, and access management. Finally, you will be taught how to configure, repair, scale, and extend applications across various cloud platforms. What you will learn ?See how to install OneOps ?Configure OneOps including creating and configuring organization and teams ?Work through practical deployment scenarios ?Maintain OneOps environments including backups and logs ?Build custom components for OneOps ?Extend OneOps by calling the REST API
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Practical OneOps

Practical OneOps

Credits

About the Author

About the Reviewer

www.PacktPub.com

Why subscribe?

Customer Feedback

Preface

What this book covers

What you need for this book

Who this book is for

Conventions

Reader feedback

Customer support

Downloading the example code

Downloading the color images of this book

Errata

Piracy

Questions

1. Getting Started with OneOps

Amazon AMI

Vagrant

OneOps application key concepts

Organization

User

Team

Clouds

Services

Assembly

Platforms

Summary

2. Understanding the OneOps Architecture

The OneOps system architecture

Display

Backend databases

Backend services

Adapter

Transistor

Data acquisition

Antenna

Transmitter

Controller

Collector

Sensor

Opamp

Inductor

WorkOrder

ActionOrder

Useful backend tools

Cms-admin

OneOps CLI

Summary

3. OneOps Application Life Cycle

Adding a cloud to your organization

A brief note on services

Compute

DNS

Global DNS

Load balancer

Storage

File store

Adding services under your cloud

Adding a compute service

Adding a DNS service

Adding a GDNS service

Adding a storage service

Adding load balancer

Adding a mirror service

Designing an assembly

Create an environment and deploy your assembly

Monitoring your assembly

Summary

4. OneOps Enterprise Deployment

Considerations for enterprise-level installation

Tips and suggestions for enterprise-level installation

Using OneOps to install OneOps

Display

Tomcat applications

Cassandra databases

Postgres databases

Messaging queues

Standalone services

Summary

5. Practical Deployment Scenario

Deploying a load-balanced website with Apache HTTPD, Tomcat, and MySQL

Adding SSL to your HTTPD

Autoscaling your assembly

Adding autorepair and autoreplace

Deploying to multiple clouds

Understanding and resolving common deployment errors

Unable to get notifications of deployments and other events

Compute instance installation hangs

You want Ops team to approve deployments

Logging in to a compute instance

You want to manage your assembly

Best practices

Summary

6. Managing Your OneOps

Upgrading OneOps with minimal downtime

Updating a standalone OneOps installation

Updating an enterprise OneOps installation

Configuring database backups

Backing up a standalone OneOps installation

Backup an enterprise OneOps installation

Managing OneOps security

Managing OneOps groups

Managing OneOps teams

Summary

7. Working with Functional Components

Inductor and its structure

Build, install, and configure an inductor

What are circuits?

Working with circuits

Summary

8. Building Components for OneOps

A brief recap of the OneOps architecture

What are components?

A look at packs

A look at platforms

What are assemblies?

Summary

9. Adding and Managing OneOps Components

Planning your component

Adding a new component

Creating a new platform

Installing and testing the new component

Pack maintenance

Updating CMS

Adding monitoring

Summary

10. Adding Your Own Cloud to OneOps

Things to consider when adding support for a cloud

Understanding the cloud

Configuring your cloud

Defining your cloud

Adding a custom compute instance

How it all works together?

Prerequisites

Generating SSH keys

Adding the compute recipe

Summary

11. Integrating with OneOps Using API

Prerequisites

Connecting to the REST API using Ruby

Using Ruby to create and transition assembly

Maintaining your assembly

Summary

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