3 1. Tasks Connecting to a Deltacloud server Add and manage server keys Using the Deltacloud perspective The Cloud Viewer The Images view The Instances view Using the Remote System Explorer... 9 A. Revision History iii
5 Chapter 1. Tasks 1.1. Connecting to a Deltacloud server Ensure the Deltacloud perspective is open in your workspace. To open the perspective navigate to Window Open Perspective Other and then select Deltacloud from the perspective options and click the OK button. Figure 1.1. Selecting the Deltacloud perspective To setup a connection to a Deltacloud server select File New Other. From the New dialog select Deltacloud Cloud Connection and press Next. 1
6 Chapter 1. Tasks Figure 1.2. Opening the cloud connection wizard The Cloud Connection dialog requires a cloud name, URL, username and password to create a connection. Once you specify the URL of a cloud server the Type field will automatically inform you of the cloud type. If you are connecting to an EC2 cloud type, use your Access ID for the Username field and your Access Secret Key for the Password field. Once all fields are filled in correctly, click the Finish button. Note The default URL for a local Deltacloud server is 2
7 Add and manage server keys Figure 1.3. Creating the connection Your new cloud connection will appear in the Cloud Viewer using the name you specified in the connection wizard. For information on using your new cloud server connection see Section 1.3, Using the Deltacloud perspective Add and manage server keys To access Deltacloud servers, key file authentication is used. Each key represents the person accessing the server and informs the server of their authorization level (a person may have several keys). 3
8 Chapter 1. Tasks Each unique user requires an private key. These keys can be generated by Deltacloud Tools when launching an instance (see Section 1.3, Using the Deltacloud perspective ), using a number of external tools, or provided by a service such as Amazon EC2. Each private key must then be specified in the SSH2 private keys list prior to performing the ssh connection. Tip New keys generated by Deltacloud Tools when launching an instance are automatically added to the SSH2 private keys list. To access the SSH2 private keys list navigate to Window Preferences General Network Connections SSH2. Figure 1.4. Preferences: SSH Using the Deltacloud perspective The Deltacloud perspective consists of three different views: Cloud Viewer, Images and Instances. 4
9 The Cloud Viewer The Cloud Viewer The Cloud Viewer view lists the servers you are connected to, the instances running on each server and the images available on each server. Right-clicking (or control-clicking on Mac OS) on a cloud connection presents you with options to delete a cloud using the Delete Cloud option or reload the the cloud view with the Refresh View option. You can also right-click (or control-click on Mac OS) anywhere in the Cloud Viewer view and select the Launch Instance option to launch a new instance. See Section 1.3.2, The Images view for more information on launching an instance. Clicking on a connection name causes details to be shown in the Properties view. Figure 1.5. Deltacloud perspective: The Cloud Viewer You can have multiple Deltacloud servers connected at any one time. If you have not yet setup a connection to a Deltacloud server see Section 1.1, Connecting to a Deltacloud server. You will also require a unique key file for each user who is to have access to the server. To add and manage your key files see Section 1.2, Add and manage server keys The Images view Displayed in the Images view is a table of all images for a specified cloud. 5
10 Chapter 1. Tasks Figure 1.6. Deltacloud perspective: The Images view By right-clicking (or control-clicking on Mac OS) on an image in the table and selecting Launch Instance, a dialog will appear. Define the Name of the instance, the Realm the instance should appear in, select a predefined Hardware Profile and choose a Key Name for key file authentication. You can also change the default image by defining the value for the Image field, or by clicking the Find... button. User authentication keys are managed for Deltacloud tooling by the Manage Keys dialog. When clicking on the Manage you will be presented with this dialog. Select one from the list or add a new one by clicking the New button. Newly created keys will also be added to the SSH2 key list if they are not already present. Click the Next button to move to the next step. 6
11 The Images view Figure 1.7. Deltacloud perspective: Launching an instance The next wizard page allows you to explicitly create an Eclipse Remote System Explorer (RSE), which is used to browse the remote filesystem and connect to the instance via an SSH terminal. 7
12 Chapter 1. Tasks You can also create a Web Tools Platform (WTP) server adapter, which will allow you to deploy any WTP compliant web project to the remote instance. Click the Finish button to launch the new instance and any RSE Connections or WTP Adapters that you have defined. Figure 1.8. Deltacloud perspective: Defining an RSE Connection and a WTP Adapter The Instances view Through the Instances view you can see all instances for a cloud server while having the functionality to start, stop and restart a selected instance. Figure 1.9. Deltacloud perspective: The Instances view Using the Remote System Explorer (Section 1.4, Using the Remote System Explorer ) you can connect to a running instance through the SSH protocol. Accessing a remote instance requires authentication; for an EC2 instance a PEM key file will be used. 8
13 Using the Remote System Explorer Once connected, files on the external instance can be manipulated as if they were on your local machine Using the Remote System Explorer With the Eclipse Remote System Explorer installed, you are able to publish to a remote location and setup additional hosts. You can also start and stop an external server through this perspective and these commands can be customized through the launch configuration. To deploy to a remote system, toggle between Local and Remote System in the server editor. For information on the server editor see the JBoss Server Manager Reference Guide. Figure Remote system deployment 9
15 Appendix A. Revision History Revision History Revision 1-0 Mon Jan General updates Revision 0-0 Fri Sep Initial creation of book by publican 11
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