DC/OS configuration for Spinnaker consists of a set of DC/OS clusters and a set of Accounts that have credentials to authenticate to one or more of those clusters. Additionally, each account has a set of Docker Registry accounts to be used as a source of images.
You need to have a DC/OS cluster running version 1.8 or greater. This setup guide assumes the use of Enterprise DC/OS as the authentication methods described below are only supported in the that version. The provider may work with the open-source DC/OS but only if authentication is disabled. However, it has not been extensively tested.
Follow the steps under the Docker Registry provider to add any registries containing images you want to deploy. If you have already done so, you can verify that these accounts exist by running:
hal config provider docker-registry account list
Set up the DC/OS provider
First, enable the provider:
hal config provider dcos enable
Next we need to add our DC/OS cluster:
hal config provider dcos cluster add my-dcos-cluster \ --dcos-url $CLUSTER_URL \ --skip-tls-verify # For simplicity we won't worry about the # certificate for the cluster but this would not be recommended # for a production deployment
Create a Spinnaker account that has credentials for the cluster. The credentials can either be for a service account or a user account.
If you are using a service account:
hal config provider dcos account add my-dcos-account \ --cluster my-dcos-cluster \ --docker-registries my-docker-registry \ --uid $DCOS_SERVICE_ACCOUNT \ --service-key-file $PATH_TO_PRIVATE_KEY
If you are using a user account:
hal config provider dcos account add my-dcos-account \ --cluster my-dcos-cluster \ --docker-registries my-docker-registry \ --uid $DCOS_USER \ --password $DCOS_PASSWORD
Note: Make sure that your DC/OS user has permission to deploy applications
under a group in Marathon named after the Spinnaker account name
Advanced account settings
If you are looking for more configurability, please see the other options listed in the Halyard Reference for adding accounts and clusters .
Optionally, you can set up another cloud provider , but otherwise you’re ready to choose an environment in which to install Spinnaker.