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Orchestration and configuration management in Python

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Takeoff is a service orchestration framework for python. It provides a python “DSL” for declaring complicated cloud infrastructures and provisioning those blueprints in an idempotent way.

You can find us in #yaybu on irc.oftc.net.

Here is an example Takeofffile:

aws = workspace.add_aws(
    region='eu-west-1',
)

vpc = aws.add_virtual_private_cloud(name='example')
vpc.add_internet_gateway(name="internet")

example = vpc.add_subnet(
    name='application',
    cidr_block='192.168.0.0/24',
)

asg = aws.add_autoscaling_group(
    name='example',
    launch_configuration=aws.add_launch_configuration(
        name="example",
        ami='ami-62366',
        subnets=[example],
    ),
)

You can then apply this configuration with:

takeoff apply

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