Adding manualy a runner is a feature only available on request and could implies an additional fee. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the case you already have an instance, a VM or a bare server and you want to transform it as a Container machine that can be running in a public cloud or on-premise, and you want to manage it with out CaaS, meaning our platform will take care of container service management.
The instance, on-premise VM or a bare metal server must
- be running an amd64 linux based operating system, distribution Debian 10, Debian 11, or CentOs 7,
- have a public IP,
- have port 443 opened from everywhere all time,
- During the connection step, have port 22 opened for the remote Address: 220.127.116.11. Note that ssh root login is disabled and can only be used using a private key.
Script to download
We provide a add-runner script to setup and provision the instance, VM or server to ScaleDynamics as a Runner. After being added, the new runner works as others, so you can deploy and run containers, access metrics...
add-runner script is available for some Linux distributions
If you're using another linux distribution, please contact us (email@example.com).
Using the script
To use the script you need to have
api_keywhich is a specific API Key must be provided by ScaleDynamics please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org),
org_idwhich indicates on which organisation to add the runner. You can get it on the organization view of the console, in settings tab.
linux_modelwhich indicates the type of linux based distribution. There are also provided by ScaleDynamics on request.
runner_namewhich indicates the name of the runner you want to create.
./add-runner.sh <api_key> <org_id> <linux_model> <runner_name>
Below and example on how to add a Debian based linux runner with name
./add-runner.sh <connect_api_key> <org_id> sd-on-premise-debian my-runner-01
Exemples of instances
Below some instance kind per cloud you can connect to ScaleDynamics (this list is not exhaustive. You can connect any kind of public cloud, in-house, on-premise instance or bare metal servers that meet our prerequesites).
- AWS EC2 instances
- GCP public cloud instances
- Azure public cloud instances
- Scaleway public cloud instances or bare metal servers
- OVH public cloud instances or bare metal servers
- Outscale public cloud instances
- Ionos public cloud instances
- Equinix bare metal servers