My paper in collaboration with Richard Signell (USGS), Julien Chastang (UCAR), John Michael Lowe (IU/Jetstream), Jeremy Fischer (IU/Jetstream) and Robert Sinkovits (SDSC) was accepted at Gateways 2020 (October 12–23, 2020).
It gives an overview of the architecture of the deployments of the container orchestration engine Kubernetes on the NSF-funded Jetstream Openstack cloud deployment at Indiana University. It refers to my previously published tutorials for step-by-step instructions and configuration files, the 2 most important tutorials explain the 2 strategies for deploying Kubernetes on Jetstream:
- Using Magnum, the Openstack functionality to provide a ready-made Kubernetes cluster
- Using Terraform and Ansible via
Once Kubernetes is available, it is quite easy to deploy
JupyterHub configuring properly
On the same topic I also gave a 1-hour webinar focused on introducing how to use Openstack and Kubernetes for people with no previous experience, the video (April 2020 ECSS Symposium) is available on Youtube