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Configuration exporting and Continuous Integration (CI) capable configuration importing for the CloudGenix Cloud Controller.

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CloudGenix Config (Preview)

Configuration exporting and Continuous Integration (CI) capable configuration importing for the CloudGenix Cloud Controller.

Synopsis

Enables export and import of configurations and templates from the CloudGenix Cloud Controller. Also, the Import of configuration is designed to be run on file change, to maintain configuration state on the Cloud Controller.

Features

  • Replace ION at site by extracting configuration, replacing 'serial_number' with new ION (Must be online and at least allocated to the account).
  • Check configurations into a repository (private GIT), and have a CI process system automatically configure site(s)
  • Use configs as a rollback tool after changes.
  • Delete most configurations by simply removing them from the file and/or setting to null.
  • Use configs as a template to deploy 10s-100s-1000s of sites.

Requirements

License

MIT

Installation:

  • PIP: pip install cloudgenix_config. After install, pull_site/do_site scripts should be placed in the Python Scripts directory.
  • Github: Download files to a local directory, manually run pull_site.py and do_site.py scripts.

Examples of usage:

  1. Configure a Site, Element, and related objects using the UI. Record the Site name (example, MySite)
  2. Extract the configuration using the pull_site script: pull_site -S "MySite" --output MySite.yaml
    edwards-mbp-pro:cloudgenix_config aaron$ ./pull_site.py -S "MySite" --output MySite.yml 
    edwards-mbp-pro:cloudgenix_config aaron$ 
    
  3. View, edit, make changes to the configuration file as needed. Example file at https://github.com/CloudGenix/cloudgenix_config/blob/master/example/MySite.yml
  4. Use do_site.py to apply the configuration, script will get site to that state.
    edwards-mbp-pro:cloudgenix_config aaron$ ./do_site.py ./MySite.yml
    No Change for Site MySite.
     No Change for Waninterface Circuit to Comcast.
     No Change for Waninterface Circuit to AT&T.
     No Change for Waninterface Circuit to Megapath.
     No Change for Lannetwork NATIVE_VLAN.
     Element: Code is at correct version 5.0.1-b9.
      No Change for Element MySite Element.
       No Change for Interface 23.
       No Change for Interface 1.
       No Change for Interface controller 1.
       No Change for Interface 4.
       No Change for AS-PATH Access List test3.
       No Change for IP Community List 20.
       No Change for Routing Prefixlist test-script-list2.
       No Change for Route Map toady.
       No Change for Route Map test8.
       No Change for Route Map toady2.
       No Change for BGP Global Config 15311892501660245.
       No Change for BGP Peer teaerz.
       No Change for Staticroute 15312386843200245.
       No Change for Ntp default.
       No Change for Toolkit 15311890594020131.
    No Change for Site MySite state (active).
    DONE
    

Caveats and known issues:

  • This is a PREVIEW release, hiccups to be expected. Please file issues on Github for any problems.
  • Requires 5.2.1b1 SDK
  • While this script can EXTRACT a single file with ALL sites, running do_sites.py on that file is NOT RECOMMENDED.
    • Best practice to do one site per config file.
      • These can be automatically pulled via pull_site.py with --multi-output <directory> switch, will create a config per site.
    • Site safety factor is set to 1 by default (prevents unintentional multi-site configurations)
  • Re-naming Sites is not currently supported (changing site name in config causes a new site to be created)
  • Deletion of sites using do_site.py DESTROYS all objects under the Site. This operation is done by running do_site.py with the --destroy option.
    • Delete WILL happily auto-destroy EVERY SITE in the referenced YAML config file (Even FULLY-CONFIGURED SITES). Use with caution.
    • Site safety factor also applies to --destroy operations.
  • If Element is permanently offline or in other broken state, it will fail to be removed from a site. To force-removal, use the --declaim option. This will unassign AND declaim (AKA "put back in inventory") the permanently offline or broken device. It will also force revocation of all credentials and certificates for that device.
  • Element Extensions with specific PATH IDs are not currently templatable across multiple sites using this script.

Version

Version Build Changes
1.2.0 b2 Fix for Github issue #32
1.2.0 b1 Added CloudGenix SDK 5.2.1b1 support, removed SDK 5.1.1b1 support
1.1.0 b2 Fix for Github issues #25, #26, #27, #28, #30
1.1.0 b1 CloudGenix SDK 5.1.1b1 support
1.0.0 b6 PIP setup will now limit CloudGenix SDK to 5.0.3b2 for v1.0.0
1.0.0 b5 Hotfix for #16
1.0.0 b4 Fix issues #8 #11 #12 and #13
1.0.0 b3 More Bug fixes.
1.0.0 b2 Bug fixes.
1.0.0 b1 Initial Release.

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