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How to create a HA VIP with Corosync on OpenStack
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How to create a 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).
How to deploy ownCloud using Ansible
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How to deploy ownCloud using Ansible

Deploying ownCloud with Ansible With ownCloud you can achieve a similar functionality to the widely used Dropbox or Google Drive. In this tutorial you will learn on how to deploy ownCloud automatically with Ansible on Fuga cloud. Requirements Deployed instance on Fuga Cloud, with a working SSH connection. See our Getting Started guide here Ansible at least version 2.5.x For OSX Python 3 is recommended Creating security groups for HTTP(S) access To access ownCloud from outside your instance, you need to open the HTTP and HTTPS ports.
How to deploy Fuga Cloud infrastructure with Ansible
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How to deploy Fuga Cloud infrastructure with Ansible

Deploy Fuga Cloud infrastructure with Ansible The possibilities with Ansible are endless. In this tutorial we will teach you on how to deploy your Fuga Cloud infrastructure automatically with Ansible. Requirements Ansible at least version 2.5.x Shade version at least 1.28.0 OpenRC file from your Fuga dashboard (This might give a security warning on some systems, we use it for our configuration) SSH Key added to Fuga Cloud -> Create or import existing keypair For OSX Python 3 is recommended Startup Create a new folder called ansible somewhere on your system, this will contain all our files for this tutorial.
How to use Ansible to deploy an Instance as a LAMP server
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How to use Ansible to deploy an Instance 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: A Fuga Cloud account A Linux machine (either an instance on OpenStack or your local workstation) capable of running Ansible. A SSH key known in Fuga Cloud A downloaded copy of your openrc.sh file. The CLI tools installed In this tutorial we'll assume an Ubuntu / Debian derived Linux distribution.