Verify that you have prepared your environment as listed in the OpenStack Nuances section above.
Navigate to the Suite Installer Dashboard.
Click Upgrade in the New Kubernetes Cluster tile to create a new Kubernetes cluster and install the Suite Admin on it.
Click the OpenStack tile. You see the Specify Cluster Credentials page.
Enter your Suite Admin credentials and click Connect.
OpenStack Details Description
Suite Admin Endpoint for the Cluster to be Upgraded
The DNS address or IP address of the vCenter server where you launch the Suite Admin.
Email Address (Username) of the Suite Admin
The email address of Suite Admin (the Initial Administrator) who setup the Suite Admin. Password for the Suite Admin The password for the Suite Admin (the Initial Administrator) who setup the Suite Admin. Tenant ID for the Suite Admin The Tenant ID for the Suite Admin (the Initial Administrator) who setup the Suite Admin. Is This an Amazon EKS Cluster Toggle the switch (default = No). If it is, provide the Access Key and Secret Key details.
The CloudCenter Suite validates the OpenStack credentials to ensure that the cluster is available to this user.
Once the connection is validated, click Next.
Click Confirm to continue with the changes.
When Connected, you see the cloud type and other information on the left side off the screen – enter the information in the Upgrade settings fields
Click Upgrade to upgrade the Kubernetes cluster as well as the master primary server and worker nodes once the upgrade is complete. A progress bar with relevant status messages is displayed as visible in the following screenshots.
At this point, you can:
Download the latest logs to track the upgrade process.
Wait for cluster to finish upgrading.
Once successful, you see the success message.
You have the following options at this point:
After the installation is complete, use the following command to SSH into the workers/masters primary servers as cloud-user and use the private SSH key or the public key (provided when you configured the Placement Properties details above).
#Sample command to SSH into a worker/masterprimary server ssh -I <private key> cloud-user@<Masteruser@<primary server/Workerworker IP>
Login to CloudCenter Suite using valid credentials and verify that your information is preserved and that the cluster was upgraded.