The Storage Made Easy File Fabric enables IT to regain control of
"cloud data sprawl" by unifying on-premises and cloud storage into a single,
easily managed, converged infrastructure with policy-based controls for
governance, audit and security. This charm downloads and installs File Fabric
on an Ubuntu system.
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The Storage Made Easy™ File Fabric™ enables IT to regain control of "cloud data
sprawl" by unifying on-premises and cloud storage into a single, easily managed,
converged infrastructure with policy-based controls for governance, audit and
security. Organizations use the File Fabric to enable workgroup collaboration,
file sharing and synchronization through a full suite of desktop, mobile and web
This charm "sme" installs Apache2, memcache and Apache SOLR. A
MariaDB Server is also required. Post juju installation the service requires
configuration with a storage provider (60+ on premise and cloud services
supported) and connection to an SMTP server.
This charm requires Juju 2.0 or greater. If Juju is not yet set up, please
follow the Getting Started
instructions prior to deploying this charm.
The charm requires a MariaDB database:
juju deploy mariadb
Deploy the File Fabric by executing:
juju deploy sme
Then connect the two units through:
juju add-relation mariadb sme
Finally, expose the service using:
juju expose sme
Accessing the service
Once the installation has completed browse to https://sme-machine
to complete configuration. A Login screen with the Storage Made Easy
logo will be displayed.
Follow login instructions provided with your license.
You may request a trial license from email@example.com.
to download a Configuration Guide for the initial setup.
Scale out Usage
The server scales horizontally with additional sme units. A load balancer can
- (string) Space separated list of extra deb packages to install.
- (string) (READ ONLY) List of keys to accept
- - EB9B1D8886F44E2A
- (string) (READ ONLY) apt source list line from where to get bundleservices deb.
- - ppa:openjdk-r/ppa
- (string) The status of service-affecting packages will be set to this value in the dpkg database. Valid values are "install" and "hold".