Ansible Control Server Docker Container

I have continued to maintain the virtualelephant/ubuntu-ansible Docker container for my personal use since 2018. The container has been updated to recently and will continue to be maintained as I operate in the infrastructure-as-code model for the personal projects associated with the site. As I’ve stated before, the container is not what I would call lightweight. It is intended to be […]

Updated Ansible Control Server Docker Container

The Docker container I built earlier this year, when I embarked on the Infrastructure-as-Code project, has been taken and used as the base container for the internal project to automate the SDDC using Ansible. As such, most of the recent updates I have made to the container have been only published internally. I decided to spend a few minutes updating […]

Docker ‘ubuntu-ansible’ update

I have been working with Ansible and all of the vSphere modules an enormous amount recently. As part of that work, I’ve extended the functionality of the Docker container I use for all of my development work. The container can be downloaded from Docker Hub and consumed by anyone — there is no proprietary information within the container. The updated […]

Docker for Ansible + VMware NSX Automation

I am writing this as I sit and watch the annual viewing of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy over the Christmas holiday. The next couple of weeks of time should provide the time necessary to hopefully complete the Infrastructure-as-Code project I undertook last month. As part of the Infrastructure-as-Code project, I spoke previous about how Ansible […]

OpenStack Client Docker Container

OpenStack has been my world for the past 8 months. It started out with the a work project to design and deploy a large-scale VMware Integrated OpenStack environment for internal use. It then became the design I would submit for my VCDX Defense and spend a couple hundred hours pouring over and documenting. Since then it has included helping other […]

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