Re: Quick Dev - Atlas Images

2017-04-26 Thread David Lyle
It's not an anti-Ansible sentiment, it's more of an anti-using-Ansible-as-a-general-purpose-installer sentiment. Ansible is fantastic in a constrained environment where the OS, Python versions, and Ansible versions are known a priori and won't change without the Ansible maintainer's knowledge.

Re: Quick Dev - Atlas Images

2017-04-26 Thread Otto Fowler
I know there is a lot of anti-ansible sentiment. But having gone spelunking through the MPack scripts and the metron.spec to more -777 let me just say I missed ansible’s flexibility, and documentation. On April 26, 2017 at 12:12:08, Nick Allen (n...@nickallen.org) wrote: > I think you can have

Re: Quick Dev - Atlas Images

2017-04-26 Thread Nick Allen
> I think you can have vagrant use docker as a back end too right? I don't know about using Docker as a backend for Vagrant. I don't think Vagrant is our major sticking point. I think Ansible is the problem. We have a lot of deployment functionality still in Ansible. Much of that has been

Re: Quick Dev - Atlas Images

2017-04-25 Thread Otto Fowler
If it is docker, then it is just the Dockerfiles. I think you can have vagrant use docker as a back end too right? On April 25, 2017 at 14:34:14, Nick Allen (n...@nickallen.org) wrote: >> I hadn't really reasoned about the notion of a "released" Quick Dev image, but I can see a lot of value in

Re: Quick Dev - Atlas Images

2017-04-25 Thread Michael Miklavcic
I may have missed a discuss thread on this, but it looks like we are no longer using -SNAPSHOT in our current dev master https://github.com/apache/incubator-metron/blob/master/pom.xml#L19 On Tue, Apr 25, 2017 at 12:34 PM, Nick Allen wrote: > >> I hadn't really reasoned

Re: Quick Dev - Atlas Images

2017-04-25 Thread Nick Allen
>> I hadn't really reasoned about the notion of a "released" Quick Dev image, but I can see a lot of value in having a versioned sandbox type image- but maybe not quick dev, maybe not even Vagrant? We could actually pre-package everything needed and save some provisioning time on released

Quick Dev - Atlas Images

2017-04-24 Thread Nick Allen
Right now, we have the images that get pushed to Atlas for Quick Dev versioned independently from the rest of Metron. We currently have versions 0.1.0 and 0.2.0. What happens when a user downloads an official release of Metron, like 0.3.1, and