The Apache Ignite image allows you to set up and quickly deploy a simple Apache Ignite cluster using the Google Compute Console.
- To import the Ignite Image, execute the following command:
gcloud compute images create ignite-image \ --source-uri gs://ignite-media/ignite-google-image.tar.gz
For more information, please refer to cloud.google.com.
- Go to
Google Compute Console.
- Go to
Compute->Compute Engine->VM instancesand click on
- Click the
Changebutton in section
- Go to
Custom imagesand choose the imported image. In the screenshot below, you can see an image named
- Click on
Management, disk, networking, access & security optionsand add any of the following configuration parameters:
URL to the Ignite configuration file (can also be relative to the META-INF folder on the class path). The downloaded config file will be saved to ./ignite-config.xml
Ignite optional libs which will be included in the class path.
Environment variables passed to Ignite instance in your docker command.
List of URL's to libs.
Version of Apache Ignite
as shown in the figure below:
Preferred Ignite Version
IGNITE_VERSION attribute can vary depending on the Apache Ignite version of interest.
- Fill in the required fields and run instances.
- Connect to the instances.
- To access the execution progress you need to know a
container id. The following command will show the
sudo docker ps
- The following command will show the logs:
sudo docker logs -f CONTAINER_ID
- Use the following command to enter the docker container:
sudo docker exec -it container_id /bin/bash
Updated about a year ago