I am in the need of setting up a LXD cluster with every container containing a webservers as fast as possible plus a SSL-Offloader in front.
I just started but progress is very slow.
If you know everything about LXD/LXC (plus iptables and NAT) I want your help.
I think it's not a good idea to make a fixed price, because there are MANY problems/questions.
So I think it is much better to buy your work/time by the hour.
Typically I have a question and you give me the answer...
Or do have a ready to use solution for the above you prefer to sell it by a fixed price? Than talk to me and I will create a new job search...
Or you are just interested in answered the questions below? Make your price!
Here are some problems I am currently to solve and I am pretty sure there will come more...
As a host I use Ubuntu 18.04.1 with it's lxd/lxc and the hosts are not real (they are VMs in VMware).
Because the containers (on different hosts) should be able to talk to each other plus the ssl-offloader should be able to talk to them:
Is it a good idea to use the new fan network in lxd or not? What's the best solution here?
What's the best solution for SSH from outside into the containers?
(See discussion on [login to view URL])
How do I move one container from one host to the other? (Is it possible without interrupting any TCP connections?)
How does the SSL-Offloeader/Web-Proxy still access this container?
How do I prevent the container from attacking the system? (e.g. change MAC or IP....)
Outgoing traffic for container has to be restricted/logged. (e.g. Container c1 is only allowed to connect [login to view URL] on Port 80 and 443)
(Is it possible to do this on the host? What happens if the container is changing it's host?)
How do I restrict Memory/Diskspace (currently I am workling with ZFS)/Inodes/CPU for a container.