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Cloudmos Deploy

Cloudmos Deploy Tool is a web based application which simplifies the deployment process on the Akash Network. Post deployment the tool provides a dashboard to view the status and details of workloads. The dashboard also has the ability to perform administrative tasks including closing the deployment, updating the deployment, redeploying, and increasing the funding available to the deployment.

This guide will cover the following topics:

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Cloudmos Deploy Access

Before Getting Started

The Keplr and Leap browser extensions must be installed and with sufficient funds (5 AKT minimum for a single deployment plus a small amount for transaction fees).

Follow our Keplr Wallet and Leap Cosmos Wallet guides to create your first wallet if necessary.

Cloudmos Deploy Access

The Cloudmos Deploy web app is available via the following URL:

Keplr Account Selection

Ensure that an Akash account with sufficient AKT balance is selected in Keplr prior to proceeding with subsequent steps.

Leap Account Selection

Ensure that an Akash account with sufficient AKT balance is selected in Leap prior to proceeding with subsequent steps.

Minecraft Deployment Example

In this section we will use Cloudmos Deploy to launch an example Minecraft deployment on the Akash Network. You can follow the same process for any other workload so long as it is containerized and you have an appropriate SDL.

STEP 1 - Create the Deployment

  • From the Dashboard/primary pane click the CREATE DEPLOYMENT button

STEP 2 - Create Certficate

  • A number of checks are performed to ensure necessary funds and certificates are available to launch a deployment.
  • If this is your first deployment with Cloudmos Deploy a CREATE CERTIFICATE prompt will be displayed. Select the CREATE CERTIFICATE button and accept transaction fee prompt from Keplr to proceed.

STEP 3 - Choose Deployment Template

  • The tool provides several sample templates launch of popular applications
  • Select the Minecraft template for our initial deployment

STEP 4 - Proceed with Deployment

  • At this stage we could review/customize the Akash SDL deployment template if desired but in this example we will proceed with the default settings and by pressing the DEPLOY button

STEP 5 - SDL Verification

  • Screen will appear which provides an additional opportunity to customize the SDL but we will again proceed with no edits by pressing the CREATE DEPLOYMENT button
  • Subsequently accept the Deployment Deposit pop up which specifies that 5AKT will be placed into an escrow account for deployment cost and then the Keplr transaction fee prompt

STEP 6 - Review/Accept Bid

  • After a minute or so a list of bids will display.
  • Select the most affordable, preferred provider and then press ACCEPT BID

NOTE - list of bids and providers may be different in your deployment

  • Accept the Keplr transaction fee prompt to proceed

STEP 7 - Post Deployment

  • While the deployment is becoming active the LOGS tab is displayed.
  • When the deployment appears to be complete, select the LEASES tab.
  • The LEASES tab confirms the successful deployment of our example Minecraft application

Manage Deployments

There are a several important management operations you can do with the Cloudmos Deploy tool including:

Deployment Dashboard Overview

  • To get an overview of what you have deployed click the Dashboard button on the left hand navigation pane
  • From the Active Deployments window you can see the resources that are dedicated to each deployment.

Add Funding to Active Deployment

  • If your escrow for a deployment is running low you will need to add some funds.
  • Within the Dashboard pane, isolate the deployment of interest, select the ... option to expand options, and select Deposit

  • A dialog box will pop up allowing you to add tokens to the deployment’s escrow account
  • Select the DEPOSIT button once you have put in the correct amount
  • As always you must confirm the gas fees and transaction to the blockchain by clicking “APPROVE”

  • Notice the balance change in the escrow account for the deployment

Close Active Deployment

Closing a deployment is very simple.

  • Visit the Dashboard pane and click the deployment you want to close
  • Within the Dashboard pane, isolate the deployment of interest, select the ... option to expand options, and select Close
  • Confirm the transaction to the blockchain
  • The deployment should now be removed from the list

Custom RPC Node

Specify a custom RPC or API node within Cloudmos Deploy by using the steps outlined in this section.

The custom node option can point to a RPC node we have created and manage ourselves. Or we can point to an alternative public RPC node that was not selected by Cloudmos Deploy auto selection.

STEP 1 - Enable Custom Node Use

  • Begin by selecting the drop-down next to the current Node and then click the Custom noderadio button

STEP 2 - Edit the RPC and API Nodes

Press the EDIT button to enter the screen where we can enter our preferred nodes

STEP 3 - Specify Preferred RPC and API Nodes

Use the Api Endpoint and Rpc Endpoint fields to define your own managed nodes or preferred public nodes.

If you do not maintain your own nodes and want to select from a list of popular public nodes, choose from the RPC node list here and the API node list here.

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