Provisioning on Packet.net is super easy using Terraform. One of the tricks you will need to know up front is that for Terraform and for many other provisioning tools, you need to provide a minimum set of parameters to launch. As a minimum, you need to provide these following parameters as shown in the Terraform
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There are a few times where having a persistent OpenStack lab on a shared infrastructure is handy. I’ve been revisiting DevStack a lot more lately in order to help a few folks get their labs up and running. DevStack is the OpenStack project which lets you run non-production OpenStack using either a single or a
We’ve been looking at how to add a little Terraform into your IT infrastructure provisioning toolkit lately. Using DigitalOcean is also super easy and inexpensive for testing out processes and doing things like repetitive builds using Terraform. The first post where we saw how to do a simple Terraform environment build on DigitalOcean appeared at
This is one of those posts that has to start with a whole bunch of disclaimers because this is a fun project that I worked on this week, but is NOT an officially supported deployment for Turbonomic. This is done as much as an example of how to run a Terraform deployment using a cloud-init
This week at AWS re:Invent, I was lucky enough to be able to sit down with Dave McJannet, CEO (and fellow Canadian, eh!) of HashiCorp. As a huge fan of the HashiCorp products and story, this was especially enjoyable for me. I wanted to share some of the conversation and my thoughts with everyone here.