Tutorial Highlights & Transcript
00:00 - Beginning of Video
00:22 - What is Appstream 2.0?
00:48 - When to use Appstream 2.0
01:31 - Appstream Use Case
01:59 - Appstream Demo Use Case
02:47 - Demo of Appstream
Over here, to save time, I’ve also downloaded the application which is going to be Klayout. I’ve already downloaded it so we don’t waste any time. I’ll place my commands over here so it can add duplication to the Image Builder. I’ve already created an image, it just takes quite some time. I’ve created the image over here clearly. This is the version which I’m using. Then I have created a fleet with the image. I’ll go to the fleet sector, type the fleet that I want. Give my fleet name. Select the type of fleet instances I want and set up the minimum and maximum capacity of the fleet that I want and give it a VPC and a public subnet so it can be accessed. This also takes about 10-15 minutes to start up. This is a fleet that I have already created, and it’s running and it’s attached with a stack over here. And if I want to connect to the fleet, or the application, I’ll go over here and create a URL. This will generate a URL which will let me access the fleet.
And this is the application that I wanted in my fleet to be configured. I’ll go over here and if it opens an application, this application is quite GPU intensive that the client wants to be configured in AppStream.
I’ve also saved some files in case to show you how it actually works. Yeah, this is how it works and renders the image.
Moeez ul Haq
DevOps Support Engineer
Moeez is a DevOps Support Engineer at nClouds.