Hello every one, here’s a small article about a session I attended of Redhat on the Industry use case of Kubernetes and OpenShift.
It was a great opportunity for me to attend a webinar, which was delivered by Mr Amel Mathai (Technical Delivery Manager, Redhat Training, world’s First Ansible certified professional), Mr Daleep Singh Bais (Senior Technical Instructor, RedHat Technologies) and Abid Mattoo sir(Partner Sales Manager).
Here are some key points that I learnt in this session:
Ansible is a handy configuration management tool as we have already looked in my previous articles. It helps in configuring a large number of the servers from one single controller instance. It helps automate complex tasks like configuration management, application deployment, creating CI/CD pipeline etc. Writing ansible code to manage the same service for multiple environments or different products increase code redundancy. With more complexity in functionality, it becomes difficult to manage everything in one ansible-playbook file. Sharing code among teams become difficult. Ansible Role helps solve these problems.
In this article, I would be configuring 1 system as haproxy(load…
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In my previous article, I have talked about networking and many other concepts related to it and which is required to understand today's practical so if you are new to networking you can go through my article using this link for better understanding of this demo.
In this article I would be creating a custom network by which we can able to ping system A from B…
Here you will get the solution to many problems like why it is important to use Load Balancer and how haproxy is solving our problems related to security as well as of load balancing, we will also deploy Web servers on the AWS instances through Ansible. These webservers are accessible for the client through the Load balancer.
In this article we will setup same setup on the AWS cloud with 1 system as Load Balancer and 2 system as backend server and in my last article I have configure this setup on Virtual Machines in my local system.
Configuration Management has always been an important task, mostly for installing, uninstalling, tracking and controlling software changes or rather we can say in an Operating System. But manually configuring multiple no. of OS or servers is a tedious & error-prone job. Generally in companies, we have 100s or1000s or millions of servers depending upon the scale of the companies. Hence, there is no other way other than Automation.
In this article we would be configuring 1 system as Haproxy and 2 systems as webserver using ansible automation.
HAProxy, which stands for High Availability Proxy, is a popular open-source software TCP/HTTP…
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Let's understand different methods python use for data handling
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Hello everyone, welcome to another exciting blog that demonstrates the use of Routing Table. Routing Table is the only thing that helps us to create, send, receive the internet packets.
In this article I would be creating a network by which we can able to connect with google but not with facebook in spite of having internet connectivity, So to achieve this network topology we will be using route tables.
So firstly let’s understand the basic terminology of networking world which we would require in this article
Ansible is a tool which is used for Configuration Management. In Ansible we only declare “what to do”. We don’t need to specify “How to do” because Ansible already knows that on each type of Operating System as Ansible is a Declarative language. This intelligence of Ansible comes from modules. Modules know “How to do operate on different OS”. We don’t require to give a particular OS command. Ansible doesn’t perform any operation on the OS. It is done by respective OS command. Ansible module knows which command is required to run on a specific OS.
In this article, I…
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Python is dynamically typed and garbage-collected. It supports multiple programming paradigms, including structured (particularly, procedural), object-oriented, and functional programming. Python is often described as a “batteries included” language due to its comprehensive standard library.
In this article, I will answer some common and interesting question
→ Is Python interpreted or compiled? Are there ways to compile the code?
Yesterday I got an opportunity of having an exciting session on Industry Use cases on Automation using Ansible. All thanks to Mr Sreejith Anijan (Principal Instructor in Redhat), Mr Arun Eapen (Director, APAC Service Delivery, GLS RedHat Asia Pacific) for imparting us wonderful session for real use cases of Ansible.
Got to learn many new things, the first point of attraction was the welcome note from Mr Arun Eapen on the subject why industries need to automate their trivial works from manual to digital and from digital to automated and due to pandemic situation this has speeded up and wanted…