Annotated documentation for DockerInc::Docker::Container

This is a companion to my article on the Docker plugin for Heat.

DockerInc::Docker::Container

Properties

  • cmd : List

    Command to run after spawning the container.

    Optional property.

    Example:

    cmd: [ 'thttpd', '-C', '/etc/thttpd.conf', '-D', '-c', '*.cgi']
    
  • dns : List

    Set custom DNS servers.

    Example:

    dns:
      - 8.8.8.8 …
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Docker plugin for OpenStack Heat

I have been looking at both Docker and OpenStack recently. In my last post I talked a little about the Docker driver for Nova; in this post I'll be taking an in-depth look at the Docker plugin for Heat, which has been available since the Icehouse release but is surprisingly …

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Using wait conditions with Heat

Sat 30 August 2014 by Lars Kellogg-Stedman Tags openstack heat

This post accompanies my article on the Docker plugin for Heat.

In order for WaitCondition resources to operate correctly in Heat, you will need to make sure that that you have:

  • Created the necessary Heat domain and administrative user in Keystone,
  • Configured appropriate values in heat.conf for stack_user_domain, stack_domain_admin …
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An introduction to OpenStack Heat

Fri 06 December 2013 by Lars Kellogg-Stedman Tags openstack heat neutron

Heat is a template-based orchestration mechanism for use with OpenStack. With Heat, you can deploy collections of resources -- networks, servers, storage, and more -- all from a single, parameterized template.

In this article I will introduce Heat templates and the heat command line client.

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