On Thu, May 19, 2016 at 12:18 PM, Chmouel Boudjnah <chmouel redhat com> wrote:Hello thanks for releasing this blog post, from a first impression
there is a bit of an overlap if you are already cloudforms to do that,
isn't it ?With current implementations, yes. That said, Cloud Forms could eventually switch to using Commissaire for managing clusters of hosts.As commissaire matures, I see great promise for it to handle a lot of the complexity involved in managing complex cluster upgrades (think OpenShift), where even something like applying kernel updates and orchestrating a reboot of hosts requires much more consideration than apply and restart or just performing the operations serially. Long term we need something that can be more integrated with Kubernetes/OpenShift that will allow for making ordering/restarting decisions on things like pod placement, scheduler configuration, and disruption budgets (when they are implemented). Having a centralized place to manage that complexity is much better than having multiple external tools do the same.
On Thu, May 19, 2016 at 3:55 PM, Stephen Milner <smilner redhat com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> Have you heard about some kind of cluster host manager project and
> want to learn more? Curious about what this Commissaire thing is that
> has shown up in the Project Atomic GitHub repos?
> The short answer is it is a lightweight REST interface for cluster
> host management. For more information check out the introductory blog
> post ...
> ... and stay tuned for more in-depth posts for development and
> operations in the near future!
> Steve Milner