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ucloud docs

Are stored in lektor/ and use lektor.

ucloud flows

Stuff that we want to do with ucloud

General

  • Colour
    • blue: part of infrastructure/not maintained by ucloud
    • green: ucloud component that works and is tested
    • black: undefined
    • red: ucloud component that we need to develop on

Ucloud Infrastructure

digraph{
    cephcluster [ label="Ceph cluster" shape="oval" color="blue" ];
    ceph1 [ color="blue"]
    ceph2 [ color="blue"]
    ceph3 [ color="blue"]
    uotp [ label="utop token service"]
        etcd

    ucloudnet [ label="ucloud-network" color="red"]


    ucloudsomething->cephcluster [ label=" Link/copy image "]
    cephcluster -> { ceph1, ceph2, ceph3}
}


VM Create

digraph {
    subgraph g1 {
        node [ shape="box"]

        user [ label="User" shape="circle"]
        user -> cli [ label=" uses "]

        cli [ label="ucloud-cli" color="green"]
        api [ label="ucloud-api" color="green"]

        cli -> api [ label=" To Create/Start VM [1]"];

        api -> uotp [label="Verify token [2]" dir="both"]
        api -> etcd [label="Create (VM Entry and \nA Request to Schedule VM) [3]"];
    }

    subgraph cluster_otp {
        uotp [shape="diamond" label="ungleich otp"]
    }
    subgraph cluster_etcd {
        etcd
    }

}

VM Scheduling

digraph {
    node [ shape="box"]

    subgraph cluster_etcd {
        etcd
    }
    etcd -> scheduler [label=" Fetch VM Scheduling Request [5]"]

    subgraph cluster_scheduler {
    scheduler -> scheduler [ label=" Find suitable Host [6]"]
    }
    scheduler -> etcd [ label=" Set Host of VM in etcd [7]\nand Create Request to Start VM"]
}

VM Start

digraph {
    node [ shape="box"];

    subgraph cluster_etcd {
        etcd
    }
    etcd -> host [label=" Fetch VM Start Requests [8]"]

    subgraph cluster_host {
        host -> start_vm [label="[9]"]
        start_vm
    }

    start_vm -> etcd [label=" Set VM Status to Running"]
    start_vm -> ceph_cluster [label=" If VM isn't created already then Copy VM's base image\n to uservms pool and rename it to match VM's uuid [9a]"]
    ceph_cluster -> start_vm [label="VM Created [9b]"]
        start_vm -> ceph_cluster [label="Start VM [10]"]


    subgraph cluster_ceph {
        ceph_cluster [label="CEPH Cluster"]
    }
}

VM Migrate

TBD: ahmed

VM Delete

TBD: ahmed

Networking

TBD: Nico

Networks are always layer 2 entities. They might provide IPAM (IP address management) services and routing additionally. IPAM is always IPv6 router advertisements. VMs that support only IPv4 are not supported. All layer2 networks are implemented as VXLANs. VXLANs are implemented with IPv6 Multicasting.

Network Types

Network type Description
Layer 2 without IPAM No IPAM, no routing
Layer 2 with manual IPAM User gets a /64 network assigned, but no RAs
Layer 2 with automatic IPAM Users gets /64 assigned and RAs in the network

Network Create: all types

TBD: nico

  • Need to distinguish layer2 vs. layer2 + ipam
digraph {

    label="Create VM with ucloud"

    cli->api->etcd->ucloudnetwork;

}

Network Create: without IPAM

  • Network is usable for user directly
  • When VM is started, network might be created on host
  • Status: 90% done,
digraph {

    label="Create VM with ucloud"

    cli;
    createnetwork [ label="Create VXLAN on device, create bridge"]
    createonhost [ label="Create VM on host"]

    cli->api [ label="Start VM with network 'layer2only'" ];
    api->etcd->scheduler;
    ucloudhost->etcd [ label="checks for new vm"]
    ucloudhost->ucloudhost [ label="Wait until network exists"]
    ucloudnetwork->etcd [ label="Check for new networks"]
    ucloudhost->createonhost [ label="Create VM in network(s)"]

    ucloudnetwork->network [ label="Check whether network exists locally"]
    network->createnetwork [ label="no"];
    network->noop [ label="yes"]

    subgraph cluster_anywhere {
        api
        etcd
    }

    subgraph cluster_host {
        ucloudhost;
        ucloudnetwork;
        host;
        network;
        createnetwork;
        createonhost;
        noop;

    }

}

Network Create: manual and automatic IPAM

Extending the flow from the case for managing networks

digraph {

    label="Create VM with ucloud"

    newvxlan [ label="Assign new VXLAN ID"]
    newnet [ label="Assign new /64 IPv6 network"]
    needsnet [ label="Needs IPAM?"]
    radvd [ label="Create RA instance (radvd)"]

    etcd->ucloudnetworkmanager [ label="New network requests"]
    ucloudnetworkmanager->newvxlan;
    newvxlan->needsnet;
    needsnet->newnet [ label="yes" ]
    needsnet->done [ label="no" ]
    newnet->done [ label="Manual IPAM"]
    newnet->radvd [ label="Automatic IPAM"];
    radvd->done;

    done;

    subgraph cluster_router {
        label="Router";
        radvd;
    }

}

Network configuration

How a VM learns / gets to know its IP addresses. Every VM can have 0 or more network interfaces. Each network interface is connected to a network.

Network routing

From zero to fully functional ucloud cluster (non ceph, development)

to be filled in by Ahmed

Requirements

  • 1 machine

Outcome

  • ucloud running w/o VM migration

Notes

We can use this case as a base for development. We might add VM migration (w/ copying files later)

From zero to fully functional ucloud cluster (ceph, production)

# We assume that the ceph configuration files are already in place
# i.e under /etc/ceph/

// Only needed on alpine linux
apk add git


git clone https://code.ungleich.ch/ungleich-public/ucloud-setup; cd ucloud-setup; sh ./init.sh

pipenv run python ucloud-setup.py api setup --auth_name ahmedbilal-auth --auth_realm ungleich-auth \
--auth_seed VVEDPGTP776FSZX4 --realm_allowed ungleich-admin --realm_allowed ungleich-user --path ../ --etcd_url [2a0a:e5c0:0:2:0:b3ff:fe39:7994]

pipenv run python ucloud-setup.py scheduler setup --vm_prefix /v1/vm --host_prefix /v1/host \
--request_prefix /v1/request --path ../ --etcd_url [2a0a:e5c0:0:2:0:b3ff:fe39:7994]

pipenv run python ucloud-setup.py host setup --path ../ --ssh_username abc \
--ssh_key_path ~/.ssh/id_rsa --ssh_key_pass meow --etcd_url [2a0a:e5c0:0:2:0:b3ff:fe39:7994]

pipenv run python ucloud-setup.py file-scan setup --path ../ --base_dir /var/www \
--file_prefix /v1/file --etcd_url [2a0a:e5c0:0:2:0:b3ff:fe39:7994]

pipenv run python ucloud-setup.py image setup --path ../ --base_dir /var/www --etcd_url [2a0a:e5c0:0:2:0:b3ff:fe39:7994]

(cd ~/ucloud-api && pipenv run python ~/ucloud-api/create_image_store.py)


Optional services

Services that make sense in the cloud environment that can be added and managed by ucloud.

Forward DNS setup

  • Offer a variety of zones customers can pick from
  • Limit to a certain amount of entries to prevent over use?

Reverse DNS setup

TBD: describe: nico

  • A user can configure the reverse DNS of every VM she controls
  • We need a "sane" way to deal with delegated/routed networks

Console access (ucloud-vnc-console)

TBD: Jinguk: implement it TBD: Ahmed we need a service that sets up database entries in guacamole

  • A user can access the console of a VM by VNC
  • We use guacamole for this purpose

IPv4 address

A user can request an IPv4 address for a VM.

Billing

We need to have Mondi/Ahmed/Nico for this

  • Adding a price tag on things
  • Can be per minute

User Guide

This guide describes how to use ucloud as a user.

User Setup

TBD: Ahmed

  • uotp token explained
  • how to install cli

How to create a VM

TBD: Ahmed

First time:

  • upload file
  • create image from it (?)
  • create a layer2 network with IPAM

Afterwards:

  • create vm
  • all steps in detail