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Travis Rowland
@Theaxiom
We would like to use Gitter, but unfortunately they will not allow us to migrate this Gitter channel from CiscoCloud because we are not admins at CiscoCloud on GitHub
Active discussion regarding the re-write of Mantl is here: cloud-endeavor/endeavor#1
And here: mantl/mantl#1947
Thanks @matjohn2 for the initiative! :+1: :smile:
Matt Johnson
@matjohn2
@Theaxiom thanks for the info. happy to do the migration if i can be provided access to the destination repo, as i'm a CiscoCloud admin
Travis Rowland
@Theaxiom
@matjohn2 You already belong to the Mantl group on GitHub, thanks!
Arun Singh
@arunsingh
how to fix this.
  • aws_subnet.main[2]: 1 error(s) occurred:
Travis Rowland
@Theaxiom
@arunsingh it appears you provided an invalid value for the availability zone -- based on the error output.
Arun Singh
@arunsingh
@Theaxiom What should I write in availability zone ; can you give hints or any pointer?
Travis Rowland
@Theaxiom
@arunsingh It depends in which AWS datacenter you are using, you have to specify a proper Availability Zone for AWS.
Arun Singh
@arunsingh
@Theaxiom let say ap-northeast-1. then for this AWS data center I have to write ap-northeast-1
Travis Rowland
@Theaxiom
@arunsingh TIAS (Try It And See) -- I know for oregon I would use something like us-west-2b
Arun Singh
@arunsingh
thanks @Theaxiom I will TIAS , let you know it worked or not
Arun Singh
@arunsingh
@Theaxiom its not working
rajib-chaudhuri
@rajib-chaudhuri
Installing Mantl in AWS, when I execute this command ansible-playbook -e @security.yml mantl.yml, the following message I am getting - failed: [mantl-aws-control-02] => {"changed": false, "failed": true, "rc": 0, "results": []}
msg: No Package matching 'epel-release' found available, installed or updated
Any help ?
I have installed epel-release-7-11.noarch.rpm
Travis Rowland
@Theaxiom
@all I am currently working on the first version of "Endeavor" which will be the new Mantl. Keep an eye out for a release in the coming months.
You can follow the progress here: cloud-endeavor/endeavor#1
Travis Rowland
@Theaxiom
I just wanted to give you all an update on the progress of Endeavor (the new version of Mantl). I had an in-person discussion with Shannon, one of the co-founders of Rancher. We discussed a high-level overview of what we hope to accomplish using Rancher as our foundation. I am setting up a meeting with him very shortly, if anyone is interested in joining the meeting please let me know on Mattermost. I will need you to send me your personal contact info, etc. You can join Mattermost using this link: https://mattermost.dynamictivity.com/signup_user_complete/?id=pjksr6h977n4zxxyto3ojp8twa

I have come up with a tentative plan for Endeavor. I am very excited to share it with you all. It will have complete end-to-end CI/CD for both containerized and legacy applications. Here are some of the tool options which will comprise the first version of Endeavor:

  • GitLab
  • Rancher
  • Artifactory
  • SonarQube
  • Rundeck
  • SourceGraph
  • More coming soon...

The goal is to provide a complete DevOps platform, built on immutable infrastructure and be enterprise ready/compatible; at the same time, we want to keep the options open for those who cannot pay for licensing costs so we will be using all OSS software.

Again, you all can join the conversation and follow along here: cloud-endeavor/endeavor#1
awltux
@awltux
Is Mantl still alive? Lots of forks, but no development.
I'm deploying Mesos with Ansible where I work, but Mantl seems to cover most of the bases for what I need already.
I tried deploying a Vagrant build but it fails (it's also using very old version of Mesos, so there could be substantial upgrade work).
Travis Rowland
@Theaxiom
@awltux Mantl is dead, the successor is alive but behind corporate bureaucracy and I am trying to liberate it through proper channels.
Ali
@RezaeiNasab

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