Infrastructure-as-Code: Understanding CoreOS Ignition

The previous post introduced the Ignition file that is being used to configure the CoreOS nodes that will eventually be used for running Kubernetes. The Ignition file is a JSON formatted flat-file that needs to include certain information and is particularly sensitive when improperly written. In an effort to help users of Ignition, the CoreOS team have provided a Config […]

Infrastructure-as-Code: Bootstrap CoreOS with Ignition

The first post in the series went over the design goals and the logical diagram of the Kubernetes environment. This post will include the necessary steps to PXEBOOT a CoreOS node, install the VMware Tools included version of CoreOS and perform an initial configuration of the CoreOS node with Ignition. After determining what the Infrastructure-as-Code project would be working to […]

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