Thanks so much, Tal. I am about to test the Clearwater example for now and now I am wondering how I can use key-based authentication when connecting to the remote machine when running `aria executions start -vvv -s cw1 install`.?
Could you guide me on how to use the Docker plugin? I was able to build a custom wagon based on the Docker plugin (1.3.2) and installed it via `aria plugins install` which worked fine. I am interested in a minimal working example and would like to start exploring options from there... A last question: What would I need to change to run a Clearwater installation just locally on an Ubuntu machine, without making use of ssh? Bye, jo 2017-08-04 17:59 GMT+02:00 Tal Liron <t...@cloudify.co>: > That's all very viable indeed. > > 1. TOSCA is an OASIS standard specification for cloud orchestration, > consisting of a rich object-oriented modeling grammar as well as a > recommended Simple Profile of base types. > 2. ARIA is a straightforward implementation of a TOSCA parser and > orchestrator, currently an Apache incubator project. > 3. Cloudify is a mature and feature-rich cloud orchestrator > (Apache-licensed, currently at version 4.1) that uses a TOSCA-inspired > language, but not real TOSCA. > > Because ARIA is still quite new and missing supporting plugins for various > technologies (Docker, Openstack, AWS, Puppet, Chef, Juju, etc.) we have > created an adapter layer that help us use Cloudify plugins in ARIA. We > consider this a temporary measure and intend to re-implement all these > plugins natively for ARIA, as extensions in the repository. > > We're still building up our documentation on the wiki, as well as our list > of examples. We currently have a Hello World for Openstack, but not one for > Docker yet. > > Have you tried the Openstack example? > > https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/ARIATOSCA/ > OpenStack+Hello+World > > On Fri, Aug 4, 2017 at 4:17 AM, chbndrhnns <code+apa...@rueschel.de> > wrote: > >> Hi there, >> >> I am just about to start digging into TOSCA, ARIA and Cloudify and stuff >> and I am still a bit confused about it all works together (or not). >> >> I can get the `hello-world` example to run locally and now I would like >> to connect to a Docker instance, pull an image and run workflows either via >> ssh on that container or via the Docker plugin. >> >> Is that a viable use case and can someone provide me with a hello world, >> as well? >> >> Bye, >> Jo >> > >