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Subject svn commit: r1195778 - /libcloud/site/trunk/content/docs/compute-deployment.mdtext
Date Tue, 01 Nov 2011 02:46:50 GMT
Author: tomaz
Date: Tue Nov  1 02:46:50 2011
New Revision: 1195778

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=1195778&view=rev
Log:
Add example about deploying an EC2 node (0.6.0 functionality).

Modified:
    libcloud/site/trunk/content/docs/compute-deployment.mdtext

Modified: libcloud/site/trunk/content/docs/compute-deployment.mdtext
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/libcloud/site/trunk/content/docs/compute-deployment.mdtext?rev=1195778&r1=1195777&r2=1195778&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- libcloud/site/trunk/content/docs/compute-deployment.mdtext (original)
+++ libcloud/site/trunk/content/docs/compute-deployment.mdtext Tue Nov  1 02:46:50 2011
@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ tool so it shouldn't be used as such.
 
 *Note: Deployment functionality depends on the `paramiko` library which can be installed
using pip - `pip install paramiko`.*
 
-### Example 1 - Deploying a Node and installing your SSH key and Puppet on it ###
+### Example 1 - Deploying a Rackspace Node using password authentication and installing your
SSH key and Puppet on it ###
 
     ::python
     from libcloud.compute.types import Provider
@@ -45,3 +45,37 @@ tool so it shouldn't be used as such.
     node = conn.deploy_node(name='test', image=images[0], size=sizes[0], deploy=msd)
     # <Node: uuid=..., name=test, state=3, public_ip=['1.1.1.1'], provider=Rackspace ...>
     # the node is now booted, with your ssh key and puppet installed.
+
+
+### Example 2 - Deploying an EC2 Node using SSH key authentication and installing Puppet
on it ###
+
+    ::python
+    from libcloud.compute.types import Provider
+    from libcloud.compute.providers import get_driver
+    from libcloud.compute.deployment import ScriptDeployment
+
+    EC2_ACCESS_ID = 'your access key'
+    EC2_SECRET = 'your secret'
+
+    Driver = get_driver(Provider.EC2_US_EAST)
+    conn = Driver(EC2_ACCESS_ID, EC2_SECRET)
+
+    # a simple script to install puppet post boot, can be much more complicated.
+    script = ScriptDeployment("apt-get -y install puppet")
+
+    # Ubuntu 10.04
+    image = [i for i in driver.list_images() if i.id =='ami-09965860' ][0]
+    size = [s for s in driver.list_sizes() if s.id == 't1.micro'][0]
+
+    # Name of the SSH key which is automatically installed on the server.
+    # Key needs to be generated and named in the AWS control panel.
+    key_name = 'my_default'
+
+    # Path to the private key created using the AWS control panel.
+    key_path = '/home/user/path/to/key.pem'
+
+    # deploy_node takes the same base keyword arguments as create_node.
+    node = conn.deploy_node(name='test', image=image, size=size, deploy=script,
+                            ssh_key=key_path, ex_keyname=key_name)
+    # <Node: uuid=..., name=test, state=3, public_ip=['1.1.1.1'], provider=EC2 ...>
+    # the node is now booted, with puppet installed.



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