Continuing from the previous post, here is a more detailed explanation of the Joyent Triton platform we set up in the CTO lab. Triton is Joyent’s elastic container infrastructure that runs on their cloud, a private cloud or both.
The idea behind setting up this instance is, working with Joyent, to learn about the platform. The next step is to work with the Dell Active System Manager (ASM) team to decompose ASM into microservices and then run it on the Triton platform.
Take a listen as Don walks through the actual layout of the instance.
Some of the ground Don covers
- Our minimalist set-up featuring two Dell R730 servers (the schematic only shows one for simplicity. An R730 contains two 520s). Don explains how they are configured and how ZFS affects the set up.
- The two Dell Force 10 S6000 switches.
- A double-click on the networking set up
- The roles the compute and head nodes (the head node acts as the admin into the system).
- Reference: Installing Triton Elastic Container Infrastructure — Joyent website
Extra credit reading
- Intro: Setting up Joyent’s Triton in Dell’s CTO lab
- Containers, VMs and Joyent’s Triton — how they relate
- Learning about Joyent and Triton, the elastic container infrastructure
Pau for now…