Singularity Google Compute Builder
The Google Compute Builder is the first builder offered by the
sregistry client! Using your Google Cloud
project you can deploy builds to Google Compute Engine and then have images saved in Google Storage. This
in essence is a mini “Singularity Hub” that you have complete control over. For the command line usage, continue
reading the Getting Started below!
For the quickstart you need:
GOOGLE_CLOUD_PROJECTexported to the environment
- sregistry installed with the
If you want to set the Google Compute builder as your current active client:
$ sregistry backend activate google-compute [activate] google-compute $ sregistry backend status [backend status] There are 9 clients found in secrets. active: google-compute
The following sections demonstrate the most common usage for the build commands! We also provide a static demo of the current builder interface.
# Export credentials export GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS=/path/to/google-secrets.json export GOOGLE_CLOUD_PROJECT=vanessasur-us export SREGISTRY_CLIENT=google-compute
# Install $ pip install sregistry[google-compute]
# View Templates $ sregistry build templates
# Save a template to customize $ sregistry build templates /cloud/google/compute/ubuntu/securebuild-2.4.3.json > config.json
# Build with a repo with Singularity recipe in root $ sregistry build https://www.github.com/vsoch/hello-world
# Preview a Configuration for the same (don't launch builder) $ sregistry build --preview https://www.github.com/vsoch/hello-world
# List instances $ sregistry build instances # List containers in storage $ sregistry search
# Get detailed metadata for remote $ sregistry search vsoch/hello-world:latest@3bac21df631874e3cbb3f0cf6fc9af1898f4cc3d
# Pull a container $ sregistry pull vsoch/hello-world:latest@3bac21df631874e3cbb3f0cf6fc9af1898f4cc3d
# Look at images from compute locally $ sregistry images | grep google-compute
# Look at metadata for local $ sregistry inspect vsoch/hello-world:latest@3bac21df631874e3cbb3f0cf6fc9af1898f4cc3d
# Look at latest log $ sregistry build logs
# Look at specific logs $ sregistry build logs vsoch/hello-world:latest@3bac21df631874e3cbb3f0cf6fc9af1898f4cc3d
# Run it! $ singularity run $(sregistry get vsoch/hello-world:latest@3bac21df631874e3cbb3f0cf6fc9af1898f4cc3d) RaawwWWWWWRRRR!! Avocado!
There is more to learn!
- For debugging scripts, see Google Cloud Debugging.
- For a more detailed tutorial, see the Detailed Start
- For interaction within Python, see the Developer Tutorial
- To learn about development of the builders, see docs on The Builders