A MAAS cloud may be registered with Juju using the interactive
command (see Using MAAS with Juju) but it is also possible to do
so using a YAML file. All that varies is the endpoint and the name, since they
use the same authentication method. Here is an example:
clouds: devmaas: type: maas auth-types: [oauth1] endpoint: http://devmaas/MAAS testmaas: type: maas auth-types: [oauth1] endpoint: http://172.18.42.10/MAAS prodmaas: type: maas auth-types: [oauth1] endpoint: http://prodmaas/MAAS
This example YAML defines three MAAS (region) controllers. To add a MAAS cloud from this definition to Juju, run the command in the form:
juju add-cloud <cloudname> <YAML file>
To add two MAAS clouds from the above example we would run:
juju add-cloud devmaas maas-clouds.yaml juju add-cloud prodmaas maas-clouds.yaml
Where the supplied cloud names refer to those in the YAML file.
This will add both the 'prodmaas' and 'devmaas' clouds, which you can confirm by running:
This will list the newly added clouds:
Cloud Regions Default Type Description aws 11 us-east-1 ec2 Amazon Web Services ... devmaas 0 maas Metal As A Service prodmaas 0 maas Metal As A Service testmaas 0 maas Metal As A Service
It is necessary to add credentials for these clouds before bootstrapping them. See the Documentation on MAAS credentials here.