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From Jonathan Ballet <jbal...@gfproducts.ch>
Subject Re: Deploying OpsCenter behind a HTTP(S) proxy
Date Fri, 19 Jun 2015 07:15:02 GMT
Hi Spencer,

I certainly know how to configure a proxy or how to rewrite URLs if I 
need to and we are currently not looking for a contractor, but thanks 
for your message! :)

Jonathan

On 06/18/2015 11:29 AM, Spencer Brown wrote:
> First, your firewall should really be your frontend  There operational
> frontend is apache, which is common.  You want every url  with opscenter
> in it handled elsewhere.  You could also set up proxies for /.
> cluster-configs, etc...
> Then there is mod_rewrite, which provides a lot more granularity about
> when you want what gets handled where.I set up the architectural
> infrastructure for Orbitz and some major banks, and I'd be happpy to
> help you out on this.  I charge $30/hr., but what you need isn't very
> complex so we're really just talking $100.
>
> On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 5:13 AM, Jonathan Ballet <jballet@gfproducts.ch
> <mailto:jballet@gfproducts.ch>> wrote:
>
>     Hi,
>
>     I'm looking for information on how to correctly deploy an OpsCenter
>     instance behind a HTTP(S) proxy.
>
>     I have a running instance of OpsCenter 5.1 reachable at
>     http://opscenter:8888/opscenter/ but I would like to be able to
>     serve this kind of tool under a single hostname on HTTPS along with
>     other tools of this kind, for easier convenience.
>
>     I'm currently using Apache as my HTTP front-end and I tried this
>     naive configuration:
>
>     <VirtualHost *:80>
>          ServerName tools
>          ...
>          ProxyPreserveHost On
>                  ######### Proxy to OpsCenter #########
>          ProxyPass           /opscenter/ http://opscenter:8888/opscenter/
>          ProxyPassReverse    /opscenter/ http://opscenter:8888/opscenter/
>     </VirtualHost>
>
>     This doesn't quite work, as OpsCenter seem to also serve specific
>     endpoints from / directly
>
>
>     Of course, it doesn't correctly work, as OpsCenter seem to also
>     serve specific data from / directly, such as:
>
>         /cluster-configs
>         /TestCluster
>         /meta
>         /rc
>         /tcp
>
>     Is there something I can configure in OpsCenter so that it serves
>     these URLs from somewhere else, or a list of known URLs that I can
>     remap on the proxy, or better yet, a known proxy configuration to
>     put in front of OpsCenter?
>
>     Regards,
>
>     Jonathan
>
>

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