Local Bundle Store (Conditional)

  1. The local bundle store can be created on your own base OS image using the installer file listed below.
  2. If running the local bundle store on a CentOS 7 distribution is acceptable in your environment, consider deploying the Local Repo Appliance, instead.
  3. This component is required if worker VMs in the region do not have continuous access to the internet.


To configure the local bundle store, follow this procedure.

  1. Set up the HTTP server.

    This setup assumes Apache2 on a CentOS server. If you use a different OS/HTTP server, adjust the following commands accordingly.

  2. Locate the document root of the HTTP server

    1. Change directory to /etc/httpd/conf

    2. Check httpd.conf for site-available/default files.

    3. Locate the DocumentRoot in one of these configuration files. Typically, it will be either /var/www or /var/www/html.

  3. Change directory to DocumentRoot directory.

    cd <DocumentRoot>
  4. Create a directory to reflect the CloudCenter release you are installing (for example, 4.8.0) and create a bundle directory under the release folder level.

    mkdir release-<CloudCenter Version>
    cd release-<CloudCenter Version>
    mkdir bundle
  5. Change to the bundle directory.

    cd bundle
  6. Copy or download the bundle_artifacts.zip

  7. Unzip the bundle_artifacts.zip file

    unzip bundle_artifacts.zip
  8. From the CloudCenter Suite UI: Admin > Clouds > Configure cloud > Regions / Details tab > Edit Cloud Settings, set the Agent Bundle Store field as explained in Local Repo Appliance (Conditional) > Configure cloud settings.

Periodically update the local bundle store as explained in Local Repo Appliance (Conditional) > Periodically Update the Bundle Store.

HTTPS Dependencies

See Dynamic Bootstrapping > HTTPS Dependencies for additional context.

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