Ansible 2 Cloud Automation Cookbook: Write Ansible playbooks for AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, and OpenStack
Orchestrate your cloud infrastructureAbout This Book* Recipes based approach on installation and configuration of cloud resources using Ansible* Covers various cloud related modules and its functionalities* Includes deployment of a sample application to the cloud resources that we create in the chapter* Learn the best possible way to manage and automate your cloud infrastructureWho This Book Is ForIf you are an system administrator, infrastructure engineer, or a DevOps engineer who wants to have a practical knowledge about Ansible and its cloud deliverables, then this book is for you. Recipes in this book is targeted to people who would like to manage their cloud infrastructures efficiently using Ansbile, which is regarded as one of the best tool for cloud management and automation.What You Will Learn* Use Ansible Vault to protect secrets* Understand how Ansible modules interact with cloud providers to manage resources* Build cloud based resources for your application.* Create resources beyond simple virtual machines.* Write tasks that can be reused to create resources multiple times.* Work with self hosted cloud like OpenStack and Docker.* Deploy a multi-tier application on various cloud providers.In DetailAnsible has a large collection of modules inbuilt for managing various cloud resources. The book starts with the concepts needed for safeguarding your credentials and explaining how you interact with cloud providers to manage resources. Each chapter begins with an introduction and prerequisites to use the right modules to manage a given cloud provider. The book also includes Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure and other providers. Each chapter guides you through creating basic computing resources along with other resources which you might use to deploy an application. Finally, you will be able to deploy a sample application to demonstrate various usage patterns and utilities of the resources.
Published by: Packt Publishing | Publication date: 02/28/2018Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 254 pages
In DetailMaking your data easily accessible on multiple devices is the primary goal of ownCloud. It gives you control of your own data along with the flexibility to set it up the way you want it. Community backup to the project ensures high quality software and gives you the power to modify and create features.Getting Started with ownCloud is a practical handbook that provides step-by-step installation and scaling instructions. It will also give you an excellent understanding into how ownCloud can be integrated with components such as LDAP and WebDAV.This book starts with a basic setup of ownCloud for personal use and then clearly scales out various components of ownCloud with examples This book will also help provide you with the understanding to integrate existing systems such as LDAP with ownCloud.Starting from the setup on both Linux and Windows using either SQLite or MySQL, we move ahead to show you how efficiently user management can be done using ownCloud. We also look into storage backends and how to enhance the functionality of ownCloud by using ownCloud apps.You will learn everything you need to know about ownCloud setup and usage for small and corporate scale deployment.ApproachThis is a standard, precise, and short tutorial for setting up ownCloud and includes advanced topics like encryption, user management, and server security. This ownCloud book would be an ideal starting point for anyone who wants to store their data and also share it.Who this book is forThis book is for first time users as well as administrators who are interested or responsible for managing an ownCloud instance. You do not need any prior experience with any of the technology, including Linux/Windows, Apache/IIS, SQLite/MySQL, or even PHP. It is a beginner-friendly book, written with a first time user in mind.
Published by: Packt Publishing | Publication date: 07/24/2013Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 134 pages