IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment provides an advanced, flexible runtime environment for large-scale application deployments. It offers near-continuous availability with advanced performance and management capabilities for mission-critical applications.
Charm for IBM WebSphere Application Server ND Node (WAS ND Node) 220.127.116.11
IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment provides an advanced, flexible runtime environment for large-scale application deployments. It offers near-continuous availability with advanced performance and management capabilities for mission-critical applications. For details on IBM Websphere Application Server Network Deployment, as well as information on purchasing, please visit Product Page and at the Passport Advantage Site. More information available at the IBM Knowledge Center.
IBM WebSphere Application Server ND Node
This charm is using IBM WAS ND charm as a basic layer to install IBM WAS ND Software. After WAS ND installation, this charm will create custom profiles (cluster members) to configure dynamic cluster setup.
**Please note that the WAS ND charms (WAS ND, WAS ND DM and WAS ND Node) will create IBM WAS ND dynamic cluster.
This charm makes use of resources, a feature only available in Juju 2.0. During deploy or upgrade, you will need to specify the installable package(s) required by this charm. Download your licensed IBM WebSphere Application Server ND packages from the Product Page.
IBM Installation Manager 1.8 (agent.installer.linux.gtk.x86_64_1.8.3000.20150606_0047.zip)
IBM WAS ND 8.5.5 part1 (WASND_v8.5.5_1of3.zip)
IBM WAS ND 8.5.5 part2 (WASND_v8.5.5_2of3.zip)
IBM WAS ND 8.5.5 part3 (WASND_v8.5.5_3of3.zip)
IBM Installation Manager 1.8 (agent.installer.linux.gtk.ppc64le_1.8.3000.20150606_0047.zip)
IBM WAS ND 8.5.5 part1 (WAS_ND_V8.5.5_FOR_POWERLE_ML.zip)
IBM WAS ND 8.5.5 part2 (WASND_V8.5.5_2OF_2_FOR_POWERLE_ML.zip)
IBM Installation Manager
IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment
Search for "IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment" and choose the license that applies to the version you are using.
Minimum 2.0 GB of disk space for installed image and Minimum 1 GB of physical memory recommended.
WebSphere Application Server ND Charm requires 15 GB of root disk to download packages and install the IBM WebSphere Application Server ND Software. By default available root disk space is 8GB.
To request a larger root disk, run the following command:
juju set-constraints root-disk=15G
This charm will deploy WAS ND Nodes to configure WAS ND dynamic cluster. WAS ND node will act as a cluster member. When you add relation between WAS ND DM and WAS ND Node charms, WAS ND DM charm creates the dynamic cluster and Node will be added as a cluster member.
WAS ND Nodes
Deploy the WAS ND DM charm:
juju deploy ibm-was-nd-dm --resource ibm_im_installer= --resource ibm_was_nd_installer1= --resource ibm_was_nd_installer2= --resource ibm_was_nd_installer3=
Deploy the WAS ND Node charm:
juju deploy ibm-was-nd-node --resource ibm_im_installer=</path/to/ibm_im_installer.zip> --resource ibm_was_nd_installer1=</path/to/ibm_was_nd_installer1.zip> --resource ibm_was_nd_installer2=</path/to/ibm_was_nd_installer2.zip> --resource ibm_was_nd_installer3=</path/to/ibm_was_nd_installer3.zip>
juju deploy -n <num> ibm-was-nd-node --resource ibm_im_installer=</path/to/ibm_im_installer.zip> --resource ibm_was_nd_installer1=</path/to/ibm_was_nd_installer1.zip> --resource ibm_was_nd_installer2=</path/to/ibm_was_nd_installer2.zip> --resource ibm_was_nd_installer3=</path/to/ibm_was_nd_installer3.zip>
where is the number of WAS ND Node units you want to deploy
juju add-relation ibm-was-nd-dm ibm-was-nd-node
This will create WAS ND Node host which is ready to add more hosts to the WAS ND cluster. To add more units of WAS ND Node, you can use add-unit to add more hosts to your WAS ND cluster (each added unit will be designated as new cluster member).
juju add-unit ibm-was-nd-node
This command will add a WAS ND Node to your existing WAS ND cluster.
To accept the terms:
juju agree ibm-im/1 ibm-was-nd/1
juju deploy ibm-was-nd-node
juju expose ibm-was-nd-node
Once deployed, user can upgrade the existing installation by installing fixpacks:
If user wants to upgrade existing installation of Installtion Manger, run the following command:
juju attach ibm-was-nd-node ibm_im_fixpack=</path/to/fixpack.zip>
To upgrade WAS ND Node installation:
juju attach ibm-was-nd-node ibm_was_nd_fp1=</path/to/ibm_was_nd_fp1.zip>
juju attach ibm-was-nd-node ibm_was_nd_fp2=</path/to/ibm_was_nd_fp2.zip>
Note: WAS ND DM and WAS ND Node installation should be in same level(If you wan to upgrade WAS ND Node installation make sure that WAS ND DM also upgraded with same fixpack version).
Once the IBM WAS ND Node is deployed successfully and relation is established between WAS ND DM and WAS ND Node, you can verify your WAS ND cluster by using below URLs.
Login to DM console:
In the DM console click Servers > Clusters > Dynamic clusters > . On right side, click dynamic cluster members and verify the status of the cluster members. All cluster members should be started.
Here was-nd-dm-host represents the public ip address of your machine, where WAS ND DM is installed.
(1) General Information
Details about IBM WAS ND software available at IBM Knowledge Center.
Information on procuring WAS ND product is available at the Passport Advantage site
(2) Download Information
Details about WAS ND 18.104.22.168 download available [here] [[WAS-ND-22.214.171.124-download]
Information about installation of WAS ND on 'ppc64le' based machine available here
More information about IBM IM Downloadable file and WAS ND downloadable files available here
For issues with this charm, please contact IBM Juju Support team email@example.com