The contents of this page refer to alpha features in Spinnaker 1.10 and later.
This means we are working on their stability and usability, as well as possibly adding or changing features. Expect rough edges, and file issues as needed.
In this codelab, you will deploy an artifact to Cloud Foundry via a Spinnaker pipeline that is triggered by JAR uploads to a Google Cloud Storage (GCS) bucket.
This codelab assumes you have the following:
- A billing-enabled Google Cloud Platform (GCP) project.
gcloudCLI tool (installed locally on your computer).
1. Create a GCS Bucket for Artifact Storage
a. Log in with
$ gcloud auth login
b. Run the
gsutil mb command to create a bucket within your GCP project, giving your project’s ID (
PROJECT_ID below) and the name of the bucket to create (
$ PROJECT_ID=<Insert Project ID> $ BUCKET=<Insert Bucket Name> $ gsutil mb -p $PROJECT_ID gs://$BUCKET
2. Enable Google Cloud Pub/Sub
a. Enable the GCP Cloud Pub/Sub API, then use
gsutil to create a pub/sub notification, giving a topic name (
TOPIC) and your GCS bucket name (
$ TOPIC=<Insert Topic Name> $ gsutil notification create -t $TOPIC -f json $BUCKET
b. Now create a pull subscription, giving a subscription name (
GCP_SUB_NAME) and the topic name used in the last command (
$ GCP_SUB_NAME=<Insert Subscription Name> $ gcloud beta pubsub subscriptions create $GCP_SUB_NAME --topic $TOPIC
3. Create a GCP Service Account
a. Following the GCP documentation on Creating and Managing Service Accounts, create a new service account, giving it the Storage Admin (
roles/storage.admin) and Pub/Sub Subscriber (
b. Create a key for the service account and download the key in JSON format to your computer. In this codelab, the path to the JSON key file will be referred to as
$ JSON_SA_KEY=<Insert Path to Service Account Key JSON File>
4. Tell Spinnaker to Use the Pub/Sub Subscription
a. Enable artifact support, then enable the GCS artifact provider:
$ hal config features edit --artifacts true $ hal config artifact gcs enable
b. Now add an artifact account for your GCS bucket, providing the path to the service account JSON key file and an account name (
$ ACCOUNT=<Insert Account Name> $ hal config artifact gcs account add --json-path $JSON_SA_KEY $ACCOUNT
c. Enable GCP Cloud Pub/Sub support:
$ hal config pubsub google enable
d. Finally, add the subscription you created in step 2, providing a subscription name (
SPIN_SUB_NAME), your GCP project’s name (
PROJECT_NAME), the GCP Cloud Pub/Sub subscription name (
GCP_SUB_NAME), and the path to the service account JSON key file:
$ SPIN_SUB_NAME=<Insert Spinnaker Subscription Name> $ PROJECT_NAME=<Insert GCP Project Name> $ hal config pubsub google subscription add $SPIN_SUB_NAME \ --project $PROJECT_NAME \ --subscription-name $GCP_SUB_NAME \ --message-format GCS \ --json-path $JSON_SA_KEY
e. Apply your changes:
$ hal deploy apply
5. Configure the Application and Pipeline
a. Create a new pipeline for your application. In the pipeline configuration, configure the Expected Artifacts as shown below, a GCS object with the path to the application archive in your GCS bucket:
b. Configure Automated Triggers, adding the GCP Cloud Pub/Sub Spinnaker subscription as a trigger and selecting the Artifact Constraints:
c. Add a Deploy stage to the pipeline. Create a new server group and provide details on deployment settings, the application artifact, and the manifest artifact:
6. Upload the Application and Manifest Artifacts
a. Upload the application archive and manifest to your GCS bucket. With the pipeline trigger for your GCP Cloud Pub/Sub subscription, the pipeline will run when you upload the application archive to the bucket. The below example uses the
gsutil cp command:
$ gsutil cp application.jar $BUCKET
b. The GCS bucket upload will trigger a pipeline execution, and you should see the pipeline deploy a new server group for the application.