Why Juju and Charmed Operators?
Juju and Charmed Operators
The Juju Charmed Operator Lifecycle Manager (OLM) is a hybrid-cloud application management and orchestration system for installation and day 2 operations. It helps deploy, configure, scale, integrate, maintain, and manage Kubernetes native, container-native and VM-native applications—and the relations between them.
A charmed operator (also known, more simply, as a “charm”) encapsulates a single application and all the code and know-how it takes to operate it, such as how to combine and work with other related applications or how to upgrade it. Charms are programmed to understand a single application, its operations, and its potential to communicate or integrate with other applications. A charm defines and enables the channels by which applications connect.
Cloud vendor agnostic
The instructions cover the deployment of FINOS Legend charmed operators on a host PC along with a locally deployed Gitlab instance. However these charms can be deployed on any cloud and should be able to use any Gitlab instance with requisite permissions.
The Legend applications stack was deployed as a bundle in the same cloud. Juju allows, however, for you to deploy each application on a different cloud and then integrate the stack across your estate.
We assume your host had a functioning Internet connection. However it is also possible to deploy charmed operators offline.
Last updated 10 months ago.