Problem Statement: Create an Ansible Playbook which will dynamically load the variable file named the same as OS name and just by using the variable names we can Configure our target node.(Note: No need to use when keyword here.) Now,… Read More ›
Retrieving Container’s IP Dynamically Using Ansible and Configuring a Webserver Inside the Container
Hey guys hope you all are doing in today’s article we are going to see how can we directly run ansible-playbook directly into the docker container. Isn’t it interesting just think one playbook launching container for us updating inventory and… Read More ›
oday, the entire IT world is utilizing the power of a container to do some amazing stuff.
No doubt, containerization has turned out to be a boon for the tech market.
Docker has an amazing scope in the IT world. Top MNCs are leveraging the benefits of Docker to a huge extent.
In the previous posts we’ve seen Introduction to Kubernetes Pods and Deploy your first Pod in Kubernetes, In this post we will be seeing, What is Replication Controller in Kubernetes.
In the previous post we’ve seen Introduction to K8s Pods, In this post we will be writing manifest file to deploy K8s Pod. Kubernetes manifests are used to create, modify and delete Kubernetes resources such as pods, deployments, services or ingresses. It is very common to define manifests in form of .yaml.
Are you new to Kubernetes and baffling around Pods? Then you’re at the right place, I will help you to understand everything required to get start with Kubernetes Pod.
What is Kubernetes or K8s Pods?
What is Multi Container Pod?
Inter and Intra Pod Communication?
In this post we are going to understand What are Ansible Roles and How do we implement one. Now let’s us keep this definition short and understandable, Roles are way to organise playbook, it consists of fully independent, or interdependent collections of variables, tasks, files, templates, and modules.
In this post we will be seeing how to use Ansible Loops, Sometimes you want to repeat a task multiple times. In computer programming, this is called a loop. Common Ansible loops include changing ownership on several files and/or directories with the file module, creating multiple users with the user module, and repeating a polling step until a certain result is reached.