Heat and requirements for all-it-does-is-docker cloud image

Matthew Miller mattdm at fedoraproject.org
Fri Mar 14 15:19:36 UTC 2014


On Thu, Mar 13, 2014 at 10:28:02AM -0700, Steven Dake wrote:
> With the docker plugin, no heat-cfntools or other python
> dependencies are required.  One way to think about how the docker
> plugin works is as a management tool for building composite
> applications out of separate containers.  Heat is the management

Awesome. Those are the magic words I'm looking for.

> Not an issue for Heat docker-plugin based containers

Also those. :)


> I would like to point out that the docker driver is in the /contrib
> directory of the heat repository and is not generally supported by
> upstream.  The heat community doesn't have the same policy around
[...]
> The docker plugin is in the fedora repositories, but not installed
> by default in the packaging.  I'll have someone take a look at the
> plugin to see if it even makes sense to enable it by default, since
> I doubt any of the heat-core personally tested it.

Okay, thanks. I'll look and talk to people too. The other related issue is
whether we want to expose the docker remote API over http; I will talk to
some of the security people about that.

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