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    Mitosis - Microservices infrastructure generator

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    A microservices infrastructure yeoman generator. Mitosis is inspired from CAAS solutions like EC2 and GKE.

    It allows developers to load, organize, execute, evolve, administrate and stop microservices using few mitosis commands lines.

    And It takes advantage of the following solutions/technologies (alpha):

    • Vagrant development mode
    • Ansible provisionning
    • Kubernetes/docker swarm orchestrate and replicate docker containers
    • ELK Stack log analytics
    • Traefik HTTP reverse proxy
    • Jenkins 2 CI/CD of microservices using Job DSL and Pipeline Job
    • Aritfactory artefacts deployment
    • Sonarqube quality

    To prove it efficiency, mitosis generates 2 default microservices, connected to an event's bus using kafka

    1 consumer NodeJS & 1 consumer Apache Spark & 1 producer Java


    You need the following installed to use this generator.

    • NodeJS, Node 6 or higher, together with NPM 3 or higher.
    • VirtualBox (optional), tested with Version 5.1.14 r112924.
    • Vagrant (optional), version 1.9.1 or better. Earlier versions of vagrant may not work. with the Vagrant Ubuntu 16.04 box and network configuration.
    • Ansible (optional), tested with Version 2.2.0.
    • Docker registry (optional), at least a docker hub account.
    • Internet access, this generator pulls Vagrant boxes from the Internet as well as installs Ubuntu application packages from the Internet.

    Getting started

    npm install -g yo
    npm install -g generator-mitosis
    yo mitosis

    The code generated contains a Vagrantfile and associated Ansible playbook scripts to provisioning a nodes Kubernetes/Docker Swarm cluster using VirtualBox and Ubuntu 16.04 (CentOS7 & CoreOS soon).

    Vagrant will start two machines. Each machine will have a NAT-ed network interface, through which it can access the Internet, and a private-network interface in the subnet The private network is used for intra-cluster communication.

    The machines created are:

    appname-manager1 Cluster Manager
    appname-worker1 Node Worker
    appname-workern Node Worker

    After the vagrant up is complete, the following command and output should be visible on the cluster manager (appname-manager1).

    For Docker-swarm

    vagrant ssh appname-manager1
    docker service ls 
    ID            NAME            REPLICAS  IMAGE                COMMAND
    654jtwzg8n8k  jenkins        replicated  2/2       mitosis/jenkins:1.0.0-alpha.0
    7xrhx2d74b3l  sonarqube      replicated  2/2       mitosis/sonarqube:1.0.0-alpha.0
    9y8ycnri8e3s  kibana         replicated  1/1       kibana:5.2.0
    m4n86is529p0  viz            replicated  1/1       manomarks/visualizer:latest
    n49nex6feeh8  artifactory    replicated  2/2       mitosis/artifactory:1.0.0-alpha.0
    ncccc0wi7j2l  registry       global      2/2       registry:2
    p7znkv9p41sx  portainer      replicated  1/1       portainer/portainer:1.11.3
    r8dznb7p4dpj  logstash       replicated  1/1       logstash:5.2.0
    vxlnldtnrdlh  traefik        replicated  1/1       traefik:v1.1.2
    wmgihhys4z9j  elasticsearch  replicated  1/1       elasticsearch:5.2.0
    docker service inspect --pretty artifactory 
    ID:		3ou58zc7xlrwwegyh40xxcuq0
    Name:		artifactory
    Mode:		Replicated
     Replicas:	2
     Parallelism:	1
     On failure:	pause
     Image:		mitosis/artifactory:1.0.0-alpha.0
    Networks: atqmyyz6jctr34t64o69tyolu
     Protocol = tcp
     TargetPort = 8080
     PublishedPort = 9999

    For Kubernetes

    vagrant ssh appname-manager1
    kubectl -n appname get service 
    NAME             CLUSTER-IP       EXTERNAL-IP   PORT(S)          AGE
    artifactory   <nodes>       9999:30003/TCP   35m
    jenkins    <nodes>       8082:30001/TCP   35m
    sonarqube    <nodes>       9000:30002/TCP   35m
    traefik     <nodes>       8080:30004/TCP   35m
    kubectl describe svc artifactory -n appname 
    Name:                   artifactory
    Namespace:              appname
    Labels:                 name=artifactory
    Selector:               name=artifactory
    Type:                   NodePort
    Port:                   <unset> 8080/TCP
    NodePort:               <unset> 9999/TCP
    Endpoints:              <none>
    Session Affinity:       None

    Switch to another orchestrator

    vagrant destroy -f && vagrant --caas-mode=swarm up // or vagrant --caas-mode=k8s up

    Availables soon

    Expected for the beta version :

    • Provisioning of a single server (Docker-compose/MiniKube)
    • Deployment on AWS, GCE, OpenStack, CloudStack, etc.
    • Registering/unregistering of micro services mi create/delete my_microservice.yml
    • Add security (SSL/TLS, SELinux, etc.)
    • UI Responsiveness Monitoring
    • Apache Hadoop infrastructure : Yarn, Apache Spark Stack, etc.
    • Add new default microservices : Rocket (Rust), Iris (Go), Django (Python), iOT (Akka Actors)
    • Add new solutions like : Apache Mesos, Rancher, Chef, Puppet, Terraform, Travis, HAProxy, etc.

    Follow the development

    You can follow the development of Mitosis via the public Mitosis board on Trello


    Pull requests are welcome; see the contributor guidelines for details.


    Mitosis generator is released under version 2.0 of the Apache License.


    npm i generator-mitosis

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