new release of juju digital ocean plugin (0.5.1)
sebas5384 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 19 07:27:57 UTC 2014
Good to know! Thanks ;)
Em 06/09/2014 16:06, "Kapil Thangavelu" <kapil.thangavelu at canonical.com>
> Its possible (although unscheduled atm) a real provider could be done for
> DO when the provider object storage requirements are dropped from juju
> which is work that's scheduled. The coreos announcement also coincided
> with the release of the new userdata facility on DO (smoser verified its
> basically ec2 compatible) which means cloud-init support. In the future
> version of this plugin i intend to use the userdata facilities as it will
> speed up non bootstrap machine allocation as at the moment each machine has
> to be ssh'd into.
> On Fri, Sep 5, 2014 at 2:04 PM, Sebastian <sebas5384 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Awesome! Thanks!!
>> Do you think this plugin will be a real provider? considering the amount
>> of people that are using Digital Ocean now.
>> Something interesting
>> Em 05/09/2014 11:41, "Kapil Thangavelu" <kapil.thangavelu at canonical.com>
>>> Hi Folks,
>>> I wanted to send out an announce on the new version of the juju digital
>>> ocean plugin 0.5.1
>>> Docs and download info are on the project page.
>>> Its been in fairly regular use by lots of folks and is stable. It takes
>>> about 3-4m to bootstrap a new environment, and additional machine creation
>>> is multi-threaded for speed.
>>> I'm regularly using to create dozen+ machine environments in a few
>>> Some cool tricks that can be done by it with it are cross region
>>> environments ( juju add-machine --constraints="region=nyc3" && juju
>>> add-machine --constraints="region=ams" ).
>>> Regarding this release and a changelog.
>>> - os images for ubuntu are looked up via api when adding machines, DO
>>> has started updating their image with a bit more frequency and the previous
>>> static mapping in the plugin has been removed. Additional latency is about
>>> - new list-machines subcommand which uses DO api to show all machines
>>> and their DO details in tabular format. (see readme for examples).
>>> - destroy-environment --force both of which bypass juju and use the
>>> digital ocean api
>>> Roadmap on futures
>>> - digital ocean has a new api version that supports userdata and ipv6
>>> ps. if you don't have a digital ocean account signups via my affiliate
>>> link are appreciated.
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