Install Armory Enterprise for Spinnaker in Air-Gapped Environments
Armory Continuous Deployment (Armory CD) requires a license. For more information, contact Armory.
Overview of air-gapped environments
An air-gapped deployment environment is one where any combination of the following conditions is true:
- Your deployment environment, such as a Kubernetes cluster, doesn’t have internet access AWS S3 bucket and
- No ability for engineers to deploy with Halyard from their machines.
If your deployment environment is air-gapped, you need to host the Armory Enterprise Bill of Materials (BOM) and Docker images in a location that your deployment environment can access. To set this up, you need public internet access so you can get the BOM and images, authority to create or access internal storage and image hosting, and permissions to move the Armory Enterprise materials to your internal systems.
The process for deploying Armory Enterprise in an air-gapped environment is different depending on whether you are using Halyard or the Armory Operator. The first step in both cases, though, is to familiarize yourself with the Armory Enterprise Bill of Materials.
Before you begin
- You have access to public AWS S3 buckets and docker.io.
- You have installed the AWS CLI.
Inspect the Armory Enterprise Bill of Materials
Armory Enterprise’s Bill of Materials (BOM) is stored in the public S3 bucket
halconfig. You can see the contents of this bucket using the AWS CLI:
aws s3 ls s3://halconfig
profiles directories as well as four files:
You can view the content of
s3://halconfig/versions.yml by executing:
aws s3 cp s3://halconfig/versions.yml -
Output is similar to:
latestHalyard: 1.10.1 latestSpinnaker: 2.25.0 versions: - version: 2.25.0 alias: Spinnaker Release 1.25.3 changelog: https://docs.armory.io/docs/release-notes/rn-armory-spinnaker/armoryspinnaker_v2-25-0/ minimumHalyardVersion: 1.10.1 lastUpdate: "1616710502000"
bom folder contains files for each release. To see the BOM for a specific release, you can run:
aws s3 ls s3://halconfig/bom/<release-number>.yml
Then you can inspect the file’s contents. For example, to see the BOM for release 2.25.0:
aws s3 cp s3://halconfig/bom/2.25.0.yml -
Output is similar to:
version: 2.25.0 timestamp: "2021-03-25 09:28:32" services: clouddriver: commit: de3aa3f0 version: 2.25.3 deck: commit: 516bcf0a version: 2.25.3 dinghy: commit: 522e67e5 version: 2.25.1 echo: commit: 3a098acc version: 2.25.2 fiat: commit: ca75f0d0 version: 2.25.3 front50: commit: 502b753e version: 2.25.2 gate: commit: "47352833" version: 2.25.5 igor: commit: 252dbd5c version: 2.25.2 kayenta: commit: "72616529" version: 2.25.2 monitoring-daemon: version: 2.25.0 monitoring-third-party: version: 2.25.0 orca: commit: 53f48823 version: 2.25.2 rosco: commit: 272f4f82 version: 2.25.2 terraformer: commit: 5dcae243 version: 2.25.0 dependencies: redis: version: 2:2.8.4-2 artifactSources: dockerRegistry: docker.io/armory
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