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    Raviraj Murdeshwar
    Access to OCCS worker node to deploy external build...
    Topic posted January 27, 2017 by Raviraj MurdeshwarGreen Ribbon: 100+ Points, last edited March 16, 2017 
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    Title:
    Access to OCCS worker node to deploy external build artifacts for the docker.
    Summary:
    Access to OCCS worker node to deploy external build artifacts for the docker.
    Content:

    hi..

    We are trying to evaluate OCCS for our product. Right now, we have Dev and QA environment with application packaged with Docker. We have external configuration and keytab  files stored in volume which are passed to the docker at the run-time. It helps us to use 1 docker image for different environments like Dev and QA.

    For OCCS, do you allow SSH access to the worker node, so that we can deploy the config and keytab files ?

    Thanks ..

    Raviraj,

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    • Jon Reeve

      Hi there,

      we don't allow SSH access to the worker nodes today but it it something we are working on.  Some options for mapping external config data include: use of environment variables; leveraging the built in service discovery - key/value store; or leveraging object storage to to store configuration artifacts.

      Best

      Jon

    • Raviraj Murdeshwar

      Hi Jon,

      For current AIACS Dev and QA environment, I am using standalone servers for docker deployment.

      AIACS build artifacts consist of

      1. product jar file
      2. environment specific config files
      3. environment specific keytab files for Hadoop.

      In order to have generic docker image for dev and qa environment, we do not package above build artifacts as part of Docker and load it via volume mapping.

      In such cases, how can we deploy above build artifacts on docker host ?

      is it possible to provision shared file-system per resource pool where we can download the build artifacts ?

      I was trying to go through the OCCS documentation and could not find any loadbalancer information.

      I want to deploy 2 instances of product A using OCCS per host (on each host in the pool) rule, if prodcuct A crashed on Machine 1, will OCCS provide any fail over capabilities to switch to Machiine 2 ir it will just try to restart product A on Machine 1 ?

      Thanks ..

      Raviraj.

    • Abhishek Af Gupta

      SSH access to OCC worker nodes is now enabled. Please check this (March 2017 update) - Oracle® Cloud What's New for Oracle Container Cloud Service