This morning I was asked by a friend if I could share any Ansible roles we use at $WORK for our Red Hat Atomic Host servers. It was a relatively easy task to review and sanitize our configs - Atomic Hosts are so minimal, there's almost nothing we have to do to configure them. When … Continue reading Ansible Role for RHEL Atomic Host
So, in one fell swoop - about a half hour - I was able to create three servers running a Docker image to serve our main website, from scratch. It’s a good thing, too.
I've heard the name CoreOS around a little bit over the last two months or so, but it hadn't really jumped out at me until last week when Mark McCahill mentioned it in a meeting. He'd read some pretty cool things about it: minimal OS, designed for running Docker containers, easy distributed configuration, default clustering … Continue reading How ’bout CoreOS as your Cloud base?
Completed a first pass at a minimal "Cloud-style"#Docker container. It's sort of like an EC2 instance. You generate an ssh pem file, and pass the public key in as an environmental variable at docker run: sudo docker run -i -t -d -P \ -e PUBKEY="$(cat ~/.ssh/my.pem.pub)" cloudbase You end up with a CentOS container, and … Continue reading "Cloud-style" Docker Demo Container