hello everyone, if i host opennebula frontend on the cloud such as aws, google or digitalocean, then use it to provision hci cluster on my local datacenter is it possible?
we are an startup that provide api services related to AI and we have one public ip and domain name here and few servers, which we plan to use one for haproxy to able to route different subdomains to services over http and tcp and few other stuff for internal purposes, and we want to able to utilize multi-cloud as well for high availability, so we were thinking of setting up hyper-converged infra which consist of our local datacenters + aws and then setup kubernetes for all our api services.
from your documentation regarding to use oneprovision to provision onpremise cluster, it seems to be not clear to us that is it only able to provision local setup only or as long as the frontend able to communicate to the host using ip/fqdn given that the host is reachable and network rule is allowed? and for hci cluster say If I able to setup onpremise + aws, if any node fail it will fail over to any node that is available to run the vm regardless if it is onpremise or cloud? and also does the provision support rockylinux also instead of just ubuntu?
thanks very much before hand