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OVH Cloud driver for Docker Machine

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OVH Cloud driver for Docker-Machine

# Create your first OVH Cloud Docker machine
docker-machine create -d ovh hello-docker

OVH Cloud driver is based on OVH Public API. To create OVH API credentials, you may visit https://api.ovh.com. See 1. Get your OVH credentials below for a detailed how-to

Installation

The easiest way to install ovh docker-machine driver is to:

go get github.com/yadutaf/docker-machine-driver-ovh
go install github.com/yadutaf/docker-machine-driver-ovh
ln -s $(go env GOPATH)/bin/docker-machine-driver-ovh /usr/local/bin/docker-machine-driver-ovh

Example Usage

1. Get your OVH credentials

OVH driver never store your OVH login and password. Instead it uses a set of 3 keys dedicated to a given application. If you don't have your keys already, generating them is easy:

  1. Go to the token creation page: https://api.ovh.com/createToken/?GET=/*&POST=/*&DELETE=/*&PUT=/*
  2. Enter your login, password, a name and a short description then validate. You may want to increase the validity period.
  3. You now have an Application Key, Application Secret and a Consumer Key.

2. Create a configuration file

Create a file named ovh.conf. This file will allow any application built with official OVH API drivers to use it without requiring new keys:

; ovh.conf
[default]
endpoint=ovh-eu

[ovh-eu]
application_key=<Application Key>
application_secret=<Application Secret>
consumer_key=<Consumer Key>

3. Create your machines!

Basic example:

docker-machine create -d ovh node-1

Advanced example: Use CoreOS with VPS-SSD-2 in Data Center Strasbourg 1

docker-machine -D create --ovh-region "SBG1" --ovh-flavor "vps-ssd-2" --ovh-image "CoreOS stable 899.15.0" --ovh-ssh-user "core" --driver ovh node-1

Note: For the different image-types you have to use special --ovh-ssh-user (for Example "ubuntu" for Ubuntu OS, "core" for CoreOS and "admin" for Debian)

Configuration

Options

Option Name Description Default Value required
--ovh-application-secret or $OVH_APPLICATION_SECRET Application Secret none yes
--ovh-application-key or $OVH_APPLICATION_KEY Application key none yes
--ovh-consumer-key or $OVH_CONSUMER_KEY Consumer Key none yes
--ovh-endpoint or $OVH_ENDPOINT Endpoint none no
--ovh-region Cloud region GRA1 no
--ovh-private-network Cloud private network public no
--ovh-flavor Cloud Machine type vps-ssd-1 no
--ovh-image Cloud Machine image Ubuntu 16.04 no
--ovh-ssh-user Cloud Machine SSH User ubuntu no
--ovh-project Cloud Project name/description or id single one only if multiple projects
--ovh-ssh-key Cloud Machine SSH Key none no
--ovh-billing-period OVH Cloud billing period (hourly or monthly) hourly no

Vrack integration

The vRack is OVH's private networks. A vRack may contain up to 4000 Vlans and any compatible OVH products, including Cloud projects. To use the vRack with this docker-machine driver:

  1. Create a new vRack if needed (this is free)
  2. Add your Cloud project to the vRack
  3. Go back to your Cloud project
  4. And configure some Vlan

Once this setup is done, you are ready to use the vRack with Docker Machine:

VLAN_NUMBER=3
docker-machine create -d ovh --ovh-private-network $VLAN_NUMBER machine-in-the-vrack

Note that you will still need to configure the interface. A quick way to do it is:

docker-machine ssh machine-in-the-vrack

# Create the configuration file
sudo tee /etc/network/interfaces.d/99-vrack.cfg << EOF
auto ens4
iface ens4 inet dhcp
EOF

# Enable the interface
sudo ifup ens4

Authentication

OVH credentials may be supplied through arguments, environment or configuration file, by order of decreasing priority. The configuration may be:

  • global /etc/ovh.conf
  • user specific ~/.ovh.conf
  • application specific ./ovh.conf

SSH Key

Docker-machine can generate a key for each new machine. It is a nice feature to start with but it will quickly load your OVH project with many keys (even though these keys are removed uppon machine deletion).

With the --ovh-ssh-key option you can define a key name (already present in your ovh project). This key must be accessible (in ~/.ssh or in the ssh agent) by the ssh binary present on the machine running docker-mamchine.

Hacking

Get the sources

go get github.com/yadutaf/docker-machine-driver-ovh
cd $(go env GOPATH)/src/github.com/yadutaf/docker-machine-driver-ovh

Build the driver

Make sure to export GO15VENDOREXPERIMENT=1. Every necessary dependency is stored in the vendoring directory.

Test the driver

To test the driver make sure your current build directory has the highest priority in your $PATH so that docker-machine can find it.

export PATH=$(go env GOPATH)/src/github.com/yadutaf/docker-machine-driver-ovh:$PATH

License

MIT

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