This blog is about how we can Configure a Ansible Playbook which will dynamically load the variable file named same as OS_name and just by using the variable names we can Configure our target node.(without the use of when keyword).
Recently I have completed “Ansible Industry Experts Pratical Demo implementation Session” 🔥 under the Famed & Prominent RedHaters….
🎯 All thanks to Mr. Sreejith Anijan, Mr. Arun Eapen and Vimal Daga Sir for emparting us wonderful session for real use cases of Ansible.
Automation is the application of technology, programs, processes to achieve outcomes with minimal human input.
Automation not only helps IT industries but also provides benefits to virtually all of industry. Automation crosses all functions within industry from installation, integration, and maintenance to design, procurement, and management. …
In this article we creating a Network Topology setup in such a way that System A can ping to both the systems (system B and system C) but both these systems should not be pinging each other without using any security rule e.g firewall etc.
so lets begin:-
In the very first step we have to attach all the systems to the Host adapter so that they all will belong to the same Network.
"We saw the amazing community that’s grown up around Kubernetes, and we wanted to be part of that. We wanted to benefit from added velocity and reduced cost, and also align with the rest of the industry on best practices and tools.” — JAI CHAKRABARTI, DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING, INFRASTRUCTURE AND OPERATIONS, SPOTIFY
This blog is about how we can Configuring Reverse Proxy i.e. Haproxy and updating it’s configuration file automatically on each time new Managed node (Configured With Apache Webserver) join the inventory.
This blog is about how we can Configuring Reverse Proxy i.e. Haproxy and updating it’s configuration file automatically on each time new Managed node (Configured With Apache Webserver) join the inventory on AWS.
First we have to know what is HAProxy?
In this article in Hadoop cluster , we will find how to contribute limited/specific amount of storage as a slave node to the cluster ?
so lets get started…
1. First build the Hadoop cluster on AWS Cloud (you can also use your local system ).So , Let’s start the Hadoop services i.e Master and Slave.