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KQueen - Kubernetes cluster manager

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Overview

More information about KQueen Architecture and use cases is described in RATIONALE <RATIONALE.md>_ file.

Requirements

  • Python v3.6 and higher.
  • Pip v3 and higher.
  • Docker stable release (v17.03 and higher is preferable).
  • Docker-compose stable release (v1.16.0 and higher is preferable).

Demo environment

  • Make sure you can reach Jenkins server defined in JENKINS_API_URL variable in file kqueen/config/prod.py.

  • Run these commands to run Kqueen API and UI in containers.

    ::

    docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml -f docker-compose.demo.yml up

    or with mounted etcd data directory:

    ::

    docker-compose -f docker-compose.etcd-volume.yml -f docker-compose.demo.yml up

  • You can login using user admin and password default. Default username and password can be changed in docker-compose.demo.yml file before first start of API.

Development

  • Install dependencies

    ::

    # Debian/Ubuntu
    sudo apt-get install libsasl2-dev python-dev libldap2-dev libssl-dev
    
    # RedHat/CentOS:
    sudo yum install python-devel openldap-devel
    
  • Prepare python virtual environment

    ::

    python -m ensurepip --default-pip pip install --user pipenv pipenv --python 3.6 pipenv install --dev

    pipenv shell

  • Start docker container with etcd storage

    ::

    docker-compose up -d

  • Initialize kqueen db: add admin user with default password

    ::

    ./bootstrap_admin.py DemoOrg demoorg admin default

  • Create directories to store Kqueen data and log files

    .. code-block:: bash

    mkdir - m 666 /var/log/kqueen-api mkdir - m 666 /opt/kqueen

  • Install kubespray or provide path to the existing installation by specifying KS_KUBESPRAY_PATH in the config file

    .. code-block:: bash

    git clone -b v2.5.0 https://github.com/kubernetes-incubator/kubespray.git && \ pip install -r kubespray/requirements.txt

  • You can start KQueen API service directly

    ::

    kqueen & chrome --new-tab http://127.0.0.1:5000/api/docs/

  • Prepare kubernetes config file

    Kubernetes configuration file that describes existing cluster can be used in Kqueen. Rename it with kubernetes_remote and place to the root of the project. For test purposes this file can be empty, but should be added manually.

How-to's ^^^^^^^^

  • Clean etcd storage after previous runs

    ::

    etcdctl rm --recursive /kqueen

  • Add admin user, organization, mock clusters and provisioners to etcd storage at once, execute the following

    ::

    ./devenv.py

  • To add a single admin user with default password within associated DemoOrg organization in provided demoorg namespace, execute the following

    ::

    ./bootstrap_admin.py DemoOrg demoorg admin default

  • Test access token. curl, jq should be installed in your system

    ::

    TOKEN=$(curl -s -H "Content-Type: application/json" --data '{"username":"admin","password":"default"}' -X POST localhost:5000/api/v1/auth | jq -r '.access_token') echo $TOKEN curl -H "Authorization: Bearer $TOKEN" localhost:5000/api/v1/clusters

  • Set up flask shell for manual testing and debugging

    ::

    export FLASK_APP=kqueen.server export prometheus_multiproc_dir=$(mktemp -d) flask shell

  • Update Docker image with code changes

There are two ways to test development changes. First is automatic: create a separate branch and push PR, then TravisCI build image and push it on Docker Hub automatically. Second one is just rebuild kqueen api-image locally:

::

docker build -t kqueen/api:your_tag .

Configuration

We load configuration from file config/dev.py by default and this can be configured by KQUEEN_CONFIG_FILE environment variable. Any environment variable matching name KQUEEN_* will be loaded and saved to configuration.

Documentation

Full documentation can be found at kqueen.readthedocs.io <http://kqueen.readthedocs.io>__.

API reference is defined at api.yml <https://github.com/Mirantis/kqueen/blob/master/kqueen/blueprints/api/api3_0.yml>_ and Swagger UI is available at <kqueen_api_url>/api/docs

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DEMOs

Generic KQueen Overview

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AKS (Azure) in KQueen

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Network policy management in KQueen

The following video provides an overview on how to manage the Calico network policy for a Kubernetes cluster provisioned with Google Kubernetes Engine using KQueen.

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