Load Balancing Applications with NGINX in a CoreOS Cluster


The present document can't read!
Please download to view
All materials on our website are shared by users. If you have any questions about copyright issues, please report us to resolve them. We are always happy to assist you.
  • #nginx #nginxplus Load Balancing Applications with NGINX in a CoreOS Cluster 1 Kevin Jones - Engineer, NGINX, Inc. @webopsx Michael Pleshakov - Engineer, NGINX, Inc. @plshkv
  • #nginx #nginxplus2 Links https://goo.gl/DY0QIt https://goo.gl/DY0QIt
  • #nginx #nginxplus3 • Quick Overview of Our Deployment Plan • Quick Overview of CoreOS, etcd and fleet • Discuss Using etcd as a Service Discovery Tool • Discuss Using fleet as Application Deployment Scheduler • Discuss Using NGINX as a Software Load Balancer • Tie It All Together With…. A Live Demo! Our Objectives… wait CoreOS party bus?!
  • #nginx #nginxplus4 What Exactly is Service Discovery? https://www.nginx.com/blog/service-discovery-in-a-microservices-architecture/ • Used for tracking dynamic assigned IP addresses and port numbers of services • Tracking credentials, protocols, version or environment details of services
  • #nginx #nginxplus5 The Sidekick Service Discovery Model
  • #nginx #nginxplus6 CoreOS Clustered Deployment
  • #nginx #nginxplus7
  • #nginx #nginxplus8 • Open Source Project • Easy to Setup • Run Services as Containers • Stable & Reliable Update System • Secure Why we like CoreOS…
  • #nginx #nginxplus9 • Built in Cluster Management! (fleet) • Built in Service Discovery Tool! (etcd) Most Importantly…
  • #nginx #nginxplus10 fleet
  • #nginx #nginxplus11 What is fleet? • Present your CoreOS cluster as a single init system • Schedule deployment units across a cluster • Deploy containers on arbitrary hosts • Distribute services as ephemeral units across a cluster of CoreOS machines • Maintain set number of instances and re-schedule on failure • Remote configuration using fleetctl
  • #nginx #nginxplus12 core@core-01 ~ $ fleetctl list-machines MACHINE IP METADATA 20f5eff1... - 23a36596... - 6ee835cb... - fd546c18... - Use fleetctl To Manage Your Cluster https://coreos.com/fleet/docs/latest/using-the-client.html
  • #nginx #nginxplus13 core@core-01 ~/unit-files $ cat backend@.service [Unit] Description=Backend Service After=docker.service Requires=docker.service [Service] TimeoutStartSec=0 ExecStartPre=-/usr/bin/docker kill backend ExecStartPre=-/usr/bin/docker rm backend ExecStartPre=/usr/bin/docker pull nginx ExecStart=/usr/bin/docker run --name backend -p 8080:80 nginxdemos/hello ExecStop=/usr/bin/docker stop backend [X-Fleat] Conflicts=backend@*.service Unit Files https://coreos.com/fleet/docs/latest/launching-containers-fleet.html
  • #nginx #nginxplus14 Conflict - Tells fleet not to schedule more than one Unit on the same machine. EnvironmentFile - Imports the CoreOS environment variables from a specified file. ExecStart - Executes a command at the launch of the Unit. MachineOf - Tells fleet to schedule the Unit on the the same server of the specified Unit. BindsTo - Links the two Units so they stop at the same time. ExecStop - Executes a command and the stop of the Unit. After - Tells fleet to schedule deployment after the specified Unit. Unit File Configurations Used…
  • #nginx #nginxplus15
  • #nginx #nginxplus What is etcd? 16 • Reliable distributed key/value storage • Written in Go • Simple interface (HTTP+JSON) • Secure (SSL client cert auth) • Fast https://github.com/coreos/etcd
  • #nginx #nginxplus17 core@core-01 ~/unit-files $ etcdctl ls /services/backend /services/backend/ /services/backend/ /services/backend/ Use etcdctl To Manage Your Key Store
  • #nginx #nginxplus18 Or…. A REST API!! YAY! core@core-01 ~/unit-files $ curl {"action":"get","node":{"key":"/services/backend","dir":true,"nodes": [{"key":"/services/backend/","value":"server","expiration":"2016-02-27T22:28:24.021550 862Z","ttl":72,"modifiedIndex":4438,"createdIndex":4438},{"key":"/services/ backend/","value":"server","expiration":"2016-02-27T22:28:29.225960 364Z","ttl":77,"modifiedIndex":4463,"createdIndex":4463},{"key":"/services/ backend/","value":"server","expiration":"2016-02-27T22:29:12.812515 389Z","ttl":120,"modifiedIndex":4569,"createdIndex":4569}],"modifiedIndex": 1010,"createdIndex":1010}}
  • #nginx #nginxplus19
  • #nginx #nginxplus20 confd - http://www.confd.io/ Method 1: Configuration Management confd is a lightweight configuration management tool focused on: • keeping local configuration files up-to-date using data stored in etcd, consul, dynamodb, redis, vault, zookeeper or env vars and processing template resources. • reloading applications to pick up new config file changes http://www.confd.io/
  • #nginx #nginxplus21 Method 2: NGINX Plus API core@core-01 ~/unit-files $ curl server; # id=2 server; # id=7 server; # id=8 Dynamic Reconfiguration API (upsteam_conf) - HTTP based API to manage NGINX upstream servers
  • #nginx #nginxplus22 How Can NGINX Plus Help? Active Health Checks - Ability to perform regular expression match against the body of the response, specific HTTP status code and specific header response location @healthcheck { internal; proxy_pass http://backend; proxy_connect_timeout 1s; proxy_read_timeout 1s; health_check interval=1s; }
  • #nginx #nginxplus23 Well How About Open Source NGINX? Passive Health Checks - If the response from a particular server fails with an error, NGINX will mark this server as failed, and will try to avoid selecting this server for subsequent inbound requests for a while. • fail_timeout - Sets the time during which the specified number of failed attempts should happen and still consider the server unavailable. In other words, the server is unavailable for the interval set by fail_timeout. (default 10 seconds) • max_fails - sets the number of failed attempts that should happen during the specified time to still consider the server unavailable. (default 1)
  • #nginx #nginxplus Live Demo! 24
  • #nginx #nginxplus25 https://goo.gl/DY0QIt Thank you for coming! https://goo.gl/DY0QIt