You can use any OpenStack configured IaaS. We have tested Stratos 2.0 with Essex and Folsom which are versions of OpensStack. We recommend the SUSE Cloud since it has a production ready OpenStack IaaS. You can use a single node or multi node OpenStack environment. You can install WSO2 Stratos 2.0 servers into the same single node or on a separate node.
- Install OpenStack Iaas.
wso2s2-openstack-1.0.0.zipon your OpenStack installed server.
- Follow the instructions in the
Install Java in your server.
Copy the JDK to any preferred location and export environment variable JAVA_HOME to point to your java run-time. We recommend that you use Java 6.0.
Copy the jar inside
wso2s2-openstack-1.0.0If you intend to use a different MySQL connector version then make sure you update the following line in the
wso2s2-openstack-1.0.0 / conf/setup.conf file.
- Configure MySQL to allow requests from Cartridges as follows:
Add the following entry to the
Add the following entry to the
Restart MySQL using the following command:
Create a public key to use with OpenStack
Do not enter any passwords while creating the public key, to ensure ease of use. Just press ENTER.
You can check the created public key as follows:
conf/setup.confaccording to your environment.
When editing, you need to provide information about your OpenStack environment.
Ensure to give the following information in the
File path of the public key location.
Make sure that the
conf/setup.confis according to your environment (specially the “General configuration” section and “OpenStack” section). You can accept the default values for most of the parameters.
The parameter descriptions are as follows:
Parameter Description hostip IP of the machine where you setup Stratos2 packs stratos2_domain Define your own domain agent_hostname Hostname of the agent bam_hostname Hostname of the bam cc_hostname Hostname of Cloud Controller s2_db_hostname Hostname of the database sc_hostname Hostname of the Stratos Controller userstore_db_hostname Hostname of the userstore userstore_db_schema Schema name of the userstore userstore_db_port Port of userstore database userstore_db_user User of the userstore database userstore_db_pass Password of the userstore database s2_db_hostname Hostname of the Stratos2 foundation databse s2_db_schema Schema of the Stratos2 foundation databse s2_db_port Port of the Stratos2 foundation database s2_db_user User of the Stratos2 foundation databse s2_db_pass Password of the Stratos2 foundation databse git_user Username of the Git git_hostname Hostname of the Git git_ip IP of the Git server openstack_provider_enable Default value should be "true" when using OpenStack openstack_identity Openstack login username openstack_credential OpenStack login password openstack_tenant OpenStack project name openstack_project_id ID of the Openstack project openstack_api_key Defualt should be "openstack" openstack_jclouds_endpoint jclouds endpoint URL e.g., http://10.100.0.29:5000/ openstack_scaleup_order Scale up order openstack_scaledown_order Scale down order openstack_keypair_name Keypair used in OpenStack openstack_region OpenStack region provided in the setup openstack_instance_type_tiny Type of instance (tiny) spawed in OpenStack openstack_instance_type_small Type of instance (small) spawed in OpenStack (will be used by Carbon Cartridges) openstack_security_group Security group name in OpenStack php_cartridge_image_id PHP Cartridge image ID carbon_cartridge_image_id Carbon Cartridge image ID mysql_cartridge_image_id MySQL Cartridge image ID
the setup.sh(given below) inside
wso2s2-openstack-1.0.0as a root user to install Stratos2 Paas with Openstack demo.
When you enable the Stratos2 demo, it will upload images of all out of the box Carbon and Non-Carbon Cartridges provided into the glance image server.
Command Argument Description
The IaaS that is used.
All components in Stratos 2
You can see the logs at:
If you want to re-do the Stratos2 setup by running the
setup.sh, first you need to clean the existing setup by using
clean.shand then if you enabled Stratos2 Openstack demo
clean_openstack.sh. The commands are as follows: