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Use Ansible to deploy and setup an instance on OpenStack as a LAMP server
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Use Ansible to deploy and setup an instance on OpenStack as a LAMP server

This tutorial describes how to use Ansible to automatically create, deploy and configure an Ubuntu-based OpenStack instance with Apache, MySQL and PHP. Prerequisites For this tutorial you'll need the following: An account on Fuga's OpenStack platform. A Linux machine (either an instance on OpenStack or your local workstation) capable of running ansible. A downloaded copy of your openrc.sh file. The CLI tools installed In this tutorial we'll assume an Ubuntu / Debian derived Linux distribution.
Using security groups to tighten Openstack security
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Using security groups to tighten Openstack security

One of the great features of OpenStack (and therefore our Fuga Cloud service) is the use of security groups. With security groups you’re able to very precisely define access rules to your platform and instances. In essence, they give you a free, fully customizable firewall. In this article we'll tell you how you can use customized security groups to grant access based on the roles of the instances within your Fuga platform.
Using SaltStack to install packages (3/4)
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Using SaltStack to install packages (3/4)

Installing packages Installing packages using salt is really easy. Let's say you want to install nginx - you can use the following syntax: nginx: pkg.latest Now, that is already a very simple syntax but - what if you wanted to install a list of packages, all part of the same group of packages? Well, Salt has you covered there as well. Let's say you want a complete php stack (nginx, php5) - You can use the following syntax:

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Deploy Windows on OpenStack
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Deploy Windows on OpenStack

In this tutorial I will show you how to run Windows Server 2016 on OpenStack. Preparation Download a Windows 2016 Server ISO image at Microsoft (registration is necessary). Download the Fedora VirtIO drivers. You can find more options here. In this example we will use VirtalBox. Although you can also use KVM on Linux for this. Create a VM inside VirtualBox Choose a name, as a type, choose Microsoft Windows, and as a version choose Other Windows (64 bit).
HA VIP with Corosync on OpenStack
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HA VIP with Corosync on OpenStack

Running applications HA (Highly Available) has become the norm. One way of doing this is by deploying your applications in Kubernetes. Exposing your application endpoint is typically done using a loadbalancer, in Kubernetes you can run an Ingress for this. However, this still makes the node running the Ingress pod the single point of failure. A solution to this problem is running Ingress pods on multiple nodes and let these nodes share a VIP (Virtual IP).
Connecting to the Fuga Object Store using .NET Core
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Connecting to the Fuga Object Store using .NET Core

The possibilities with the Fuga Object Store are endless. One of the scenarios is connecting your .NET Core application to the Fuga Object Store, this way you can access for example files on your Object Store! In this tutorial we will teach you how to make a simple .NET Core MVC file upload application that uses the Fuga Object Store. Requirements .NET Core 2.1 SDK API keys To connect to your Fuga Object Store access and secret keys are required.

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