Install Stratos in One Go

Apache Stratos 4.0.0 installation process has series of manual steps; installing prerequisites, downloading source and binary packages, installing and configuring puppet master, configuring Stratos products, etc. I think it is a waste of time to do all these steps over an over again when setting up Stratos development or demo environments. As a solution to this, I implemented a script to automate the complete Stratos installation process by filling the gaps in between: Prerequisites: An Ubuntu 12.04 64bit host Git client Steps to follow: Take a git clone of the below git repository: git clone Update with host private IP and IaaS configuration parameters: host_private_ip="" ec2_identity="identity" ec2_credential="credential" ec2_keypair_name="keypair-name" ec2_owner_id="owner-id" ec2_availability_zone="availability-zone" ec2_security_groups="security-groups" Grant executable access: chmod +x Run with root permissions: sudo ./ This will download and install Stratos source/binary packages, Java, MySQL connector, ActiveMQ, puppet master and configure all of them with default configuration settings. »

Apache Stratos in a Nutshell

[Based on Apache Stratos 3.0.0] Apache Stratos is an open source, enterprise grade Platform as a Service (PaaS) cloud platform built with open standards. Stratos was originally developed by WSO2 and very recently donated to Apache Software Foundation (ASF) with the vision of making it the most open PaaS framework in the market by involving a wide range of organizations and individuals to design and implement it’s features at their best [1]. »