In my last article I walked you through provision infrastructure using Terraform. In this article we will make that infrastructure useful by provisioning software to it automatically.
Terraform is HashiCorp’s answer to the infrastructure as code paradigm. In this post I will give you a Terraform introduction that will show you how to provision infrastructure as code using Terraform.
In this post I will give you a gentle Minikube introduction. Minikube is a containerized version of Kubernetes that you can deploy on your dev system.
In this post, I will show you how to install Ubuntu MAAS which is Ubuntu’s way of provisioning bar metal servers.
In this post we will learn how to Conjure Up Kubernetes on Ubuntu. Conjure Up is Canonical’s provisioning suite.
In this article, I will show you how to install Consul on Ubuntu. Consul is an awesome service discovery tool from HashiCorp.
Announcing the release of my Consul book – ‘Consul Quickstart’ – part of our AdminTome Cantrip Series of eBooks.
In this article I walk you through one way of configuring a highly available Jenkins deployment if Jenkins actually support high availability.
In this post I give you a HashiCorp Serf with Puppet R10k HOWTO that will fire off r10k updates on your compile masters.
In this post I will you walk you through creating Serf custom queries that will allow you to perform actions on your infrastructure and get a response back.