HP Cloud has a new cloud service out based on Open Stack. How can I configure my environments.yaml to connect to the new service?
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If you have
juju-quickstart installed, you can do
juju quickstart -i; this will give you a form to fill out for your cloud provider.
Here are the full instructions:
- HP Cloud for Juju documentation
- General OpenStack configuration: How can I configure Juju for deployment on OpenStack?
You will also need to set your access-key and secret-key information as an environment variable or in the environments.yaml file.
Adding to your environments.yaml file should make it look like this:
environments: hpcloud: juju-origin: ppa control-bucket: juju-hpc-az1-cb admin-secret: [any-unique-string-shared-among-admins-u-like] default-image-id:  region: az-1.region-a.geo-1 project-name: [firstname.lastname@example.org] default-instance-type: standard.small auth-url: https://region-a.geo-1.identity.hpcloudsvc.com:35357/v2.0/ auth-mode: keypair type: openstack default-series: precise authorized-keys: [CONTENTS (not path) to your ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub key] access-key: [PUT YOUR ACCESS-KEY HERE] secret-key: [PUT YOUR SECRET-KEY HERE]'
You can find the access-key and secret-key by logging into your HP cloud control panel and displaying your API keys.