Digital Ocean

Ops can integrate with your existing Digital Ocean account.

Pre-requisites

  1. Create an account in Digital Ocean;

  2. Generate a token and export the value to the environment variable TOKEN.

  3. Generate space access keys and export the key and the secret to the environment variables SPACES_KEY and SPACES_SECRET.

  4. Access Spaces page and create a space;

  5. Set your bucket name with the space name and set the region name where the space was created in the configuration file;

Configuration example.

{
"CloudConfig": {
"BucketName": "ops",
"Zone": "sfo3"
},
}

Image Operations

Create Image

You can create an image in Digital Ocean with the following command.

$ ops image create <elf_file|program> -t do -c config.json

For creating an image using a particular package, you need to provide the package name to ops image create command with -p option.

$ ops image create -c config.json -p node_v14.2.0 -a ex.js -i <image name> -t do -c config.json

List Images

You can list existing images on Digital Ocean with ops image list -t do -c config.json.

$ ops image list -t do -c config.json
+--------------------------------------+------------------------+--------+---------+------------------+
| UUID | NAME | STATUS | SIZE | CREATEDAT |
+--------------------------------------+------------------------+--------+---------+------------------+
| 01071a8d-eb59-49c1-aa69-028f84cc6d06 | nanos-main-image | online | 10.0 GB | 3 days ago |
+--------------------------------------+------------------------+--------+---------+------------------+
| 01c5bd28-aa19-4883-a4c9-31f3ff9fd061 | nanos-node-image | online | 10.0 GB | 1 month ago |
+--------------------------------------+------------------------+--------+---------+------------------+
| 01cd3190-df52-47e8-b5c3-b05f7107819e | nanos-server-image | online | 10.0 GB | 1 year ago |
+--------------------------------------+------------------------+--------+---------+------------------+

Delete Image

ops image delete <imagename> can be used to delete an image from Digital Ocean.

$ ops delete image nanos-main-image -t do -c config.json

Instance Operations

Create Instance

After the successful creation of an image in Digital Ocean, we can create an instance from an existing image.

$ ops instance create -t do -c config.json -i <image_name>

List Instances

You can list instance on Digital Ocean using ops instance list command.

$ ops instance list -t do -c config.json
+--------------------------------------+------------------------+---------+-------------+-----------------------------------------+
| ID | NAME | STATUS | PRIVATE IPS | PUBLIC IPS |
+--------------------------------------+------------------------+---------+-------------+-----------------------------------------+
| 00d954cc-9603-43a0-915b-5c2ae75772b6 | nanos-main-image-15566 | stopped | 10.8.3.63 | 209.151.144.166 |
+--------------------------------------+------------------------+---------+-------------+-----------------------------------------+

Get Logs for Instance

Work in progress.

Delete Instance

ops instance delete command can be used to delete instance on Digital Ocean.

$ ops instance delete my-instance-running -t do -c config.json