Docker autoscale

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Phat Le

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Oct 21, 2018, 11:29:35 AM10/21/18
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Hi everyone, 
Does running AppScale with Docker can autoscale one node to two nodes ? 

Graziano Obertelli

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Oct 21, 2018, 12:21:59 PM10/21/18
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Hello,

currently Docker images are considered Dev/Test and they are designed
to be single instances. There is no way to autoscale it since we don't
have a driver (we call it agent) that can autonomously start other
containers.

Which infrastructure are you running on?

cheers
graziano
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Phat Le

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Oct 21, 2018, 12:34:33 PM10/21/18
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 i'm using AppScale on Docker for my final project i pretent to use AppScale to deploy my PHP app.

Vào CN, 21 thg 10, 2018 vào lúc 23:22 Graziano Obertelli <graz...@appscale.com> đã viết:

Chris Donati

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Oct 22, 2018, 7:28:16 PM10/22/18
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There are two ways that AppScale can scale up in response to increased request activity for an application. If the machines in the deployment already have enough resources to run additional AppServer instances (runtime processes for your app), AppScale will start more of those on the machines that are already running.

If the machines in the deployment do not have enough resources to handle additional instances, the deployment can start more machines in order to run the instances there. The deployment can only do this if it has details about the infrastructure it is running on as well as credentials to start those machines. You can generate a template that documents some of these details with 'appscale init cloud'. At this time, AppScale has agents that allow it to automatically start machines in GCE, AWS, Azure, and Eucalyptus.

Phat Le

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Oct 22, 2018, 10:38:28 PM10/22/18
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Thanks, Chris 

Vào Th 3, 23 thg 10, 2018 vào lúc 06:28 Chris Donati <chris....@appscale.com> đã viết:
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