For Canonical Openstack it is not necessary to spin up the TrilioVault VM.
The TrilioVault Appliance is delivered as qcow2 image and runs as VM on top of a KVM Hypervisor.
This guide shows the tested way to spin up the TrilioVault Appliance on a RHV Cluster. Please contact a RHV Administrator and Trilio Customer Success Agent in case of incompatibility with company standards.
Creating the cloud-init image
The TrilioVault appliance is utilizing cloud-init to provide the initial network and user configuration.
Cloud-init is reading it's information either from a metadata server or from a provided cd image. TrilioVault is utilizing the cd image.
To create the cloud-init image it is required to have genisoimage available.
#For RHEL and centos
yum install genisoimage
apt-get install genisoimage
Providing the Metadata
Cloud-init is using two files for it's metadata.
The first file is called meta-data and contains the information about the network configuration.
Below is an example of this file.