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Install Apache Tomcat 9 on Ubuntu Server 17.10

In this post we will walk through how to install Apache Tomcat 9 on Ubuntu Server 17.10.

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Installing Jenkins on Ubuntu Server 17.10

In this post I will walk through the very simple process of installing Jenkins and configuring Jenkins on Ubuntu Server 17.10.

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INSTALLING APACHE SPARK ON UBUNTU 17 10

This post is a continuation into my adventures in learning Big Data. We will be installing an Apache Spark server that will deploy executors to an Apache Mesos cluster. What is Spark If you arrived at this post then more than likely you already know what Spark is and does. But just in case here […]

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INSTALLING HADOOP ON UBUNTU 17 10

Hadoop is the application to get for Big Data. In this post we are going to install a single-node cluster of Hadoop for Pseudo-Distributed Operation. We will use YARN for mapreduce. Prerequisites For this article, I created a VM with 8GB memory and 4 vCPUs using the Base Ubuntu Server 17.10 ISO with 60 GB of drive […]

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INSTALLING TERRAFORM ON UBUNTU 17.10

Learn how to install Terraform on Ubuntu 17.10 Artfull Aardvark. Terraform Terraform allows you to do infrastructure as code. You write up your infrastructure (cloud, virtualized, etc) as code and Terraform will let you do the initial creation and provisioning of that infrastructure. You install it on your development system or you can deployment on […]

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INSTALLING UBUNTU MAAS

If you have ever installed Ubuntu Server before you have more than likely seen the option to “Install a MAAS Region Controller.” I have I don’t know how many times. So I went to install it and figure it out. MAAS Stands for Metal as a Service and with it you can provision bare-metal servers […]

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CONJURING UP KUBERNETES ON UBUNTU

Kubernetes has come a long way since I first wrote an article about installing it using CoreOS. Back then if you were installing Kubernetes on your own bare-metal you didn’t really have an option for ingress routing. Now we have this option and others. In this article I will be installing Kubernetes on an Ubuntu […]

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INSTALLING CONSUL ON UBUNTU

Consul is a service discovery solution that also provides failure detection, Key/Value pair storage, and is datacenter aware out-of-the-box. I use it in a lot of projects over older solutions like Zookeeper because it is much more robust in my humble opinion. In this post we will walk through installing a basic Consul cluster using […]

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HOW TO INSTALL SERF ON A MULTIPLE NODE UBUNTU CLUSTER

This post will walk you through setting up a quick Serf cluster on Ubuntu 16.10 servers. Serf is an awsome clustering applicaiton that managers cluster membership, is decentralized, and recovers from downed nodes quickly. Initial Server Setup For this tutorial we will configure a three node cluster. If you would like to know more about […]

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INSTALLING OPENSTACK NEWTON ON UBUNTU 16.10 SERVER – PART ONE

In this series of articles we will walk through installing Openstack Newton release on Ubuntu 16.10. This first installment will walk you through installing Keystone on your Ubuntu server. In the coming articles we will walk through making an entire Openstack Newton system. One of the great advantages to using Ubuntu 16.10 is that it […]

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