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Project Description

OpenStack Heat resources for integration with Infoblox appliances.

Features

This package enables the configuration of Infoblox DDI appliances, as well as the management of physical network resources via the Infoblox NetMRI product.

With these resources you can:
  • Add and remove members from an Infoblox Grid
  • Add and remove grid members from a nameserver group
  • Configure Anycast loopback addresses on grid members [coming soon]
  • Configure OSPF and BGP protocols to advertise Anycast addresses [coming soon]
  • Execute aribtrary jobs on the NetMRI
  • Manage physical resources with a Heat resource that will execute different create and delete jobs on the NetMRI when a resource is created and deleted.

Installation

You may install this module directly from PyPi.

OpenStack Configuration

You must update the plugin_dirs parameter in the heat.conf file to include the resources from this module. Typically this would mean adding /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/heat_infoblox. Also you must add lock_path under oslo_concurrency stanza. For security, the specified directory should only be writable by the user running the heat process:

plugin_dirs = /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/heat_infoblox,/usr/lib64/heat,/usr/lib/heat
[oslo_concurrency]
# replace it with a directory writable by the user running the heat process
lock_path = /home/user/directory_for_locks

The Heat engine must be restarted after installation and configuration of the package.

Prior releases required configuration of connectivity parameters in the heat.conf file. This is no longer necessary, and those parameters are no longer read. Instead, you include a connection map in the resource itself.

Infoblox Configuration

No special configuration is necessary.

Using the Heat Resources

Infoblox::Grid::Member

After installing the package, you should see the Infoblox::Grid::Member resource available in the Orchestration > Resource Types section of the OpenStack Horizon UI.

This resource represents a grid member configuration within the GM. It must be created prior to the spin up of the Nova server associated with the grid member.

An example template using this resources is in the doc/templates directory of this package.

Infoblox::Grid::HaPair

This resource create an HA pair GM, not for adding an HA pair to an existing grid.

Your should use Infoblox::Grid::Member with “ha_pair” set to True to add HA pair member into grid.

Infoblox::Grid::NameServerGroupMember

This resource represents the membership of a grid member within a name server group. It does not represent the name server group itself. The name server group must be pre-created and configured on the GM.

The creation of this resource will add the specified member to the named group, while the deletion of this resource will remove it. Only the management of grid secondary members is implemented.

The example templates include use of this resource as well. It must be created only after the Infoblox::Grid::Member has already been created.

For test purposes when using the included templates, you can run the setup.sh script to create a nios use and tenant, and setup test networks.

Infoblox::NetMRI::Job

This resource executes an arbitrary job in the NetMRI upon creation. It does nothing upon deletion.

Infoblox::NetMRI::ManagedResource

This resource executes an arbitrary job in the NetMRI upon creation, and a different job upon deletion.

Enabling In DevStack

To enable use of Infoblox Heat resources in DevStack, add this repository as a plugin:

enable_plugin heat-infoblox https://github.com/infobloxopen/heat-infoblox.git

This will add the heat-infoblox module in development mode.

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Release History

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