CumuLogic Database-as-a-Service platform for OpenStack, CloudStack and VMware. CumuLogic DBaaS allows organizations to deploy their private Amazon RDS-like DBaaS service on private/hybrid clouds. This controller is provide trial versions of full-featured SQL and NoSQL database engines in a single pane console.
Supported Database Engines: MySQL, Percona Server, MongoDB 2.x and Couchbase
Refer to the documentation on the configurations supported for each engine.
This controller image can be used for trials on AWS, OpenStack, CloudStack and VMware environments. Once you download this docker image, start the container as:
$docker run -it -P cumulogic/cumulogic:v1.2 /bin/bash
And Start CumuLogic Controller as
$service cumulogic start
Connect to the controller using your docker host ip address:
http://<DOCKER_HOST_IP_ADDRESS/cl - default user name/password as: email@example.com / cumulogic
At this point, you should be able to add Amazon EC2 credentials under "My profile" on top right corner of the Dashboard page. You can now start provisioning database instances on AWS.
You will need to configure an image on any other target cloud other than AWS. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for help with configuring the images for the target clouds (OpenStack, CloudStack or Pool of VMs) you will be using for provisioning database instances.
Documentation is also available at http://www.cumulogic.com/resource-center/documentation/