Kubernetes on Metacloud (COPC)

The Kubernetes 1.0 launch happened July 21st at OSCON here in Portland, OR and I was super happy to be there in the back of the room picking up loads of free stickers while the big event happened.  I spent the day before at a Kubernetes bootcamp, which was really just a lab on using […]

Continuous Delivery of a Simple Web Application Tutorial – Part 4

In Part 1 we discussed the architecture of what we’re trying to build. In Part 2 we created our development server with Ansible. In Part 3 we finished off Ansible with creating our Load Balancers and WebServers and setup Git to check everything in. In this last part, we’re going to configure Jenkins to use all of these components […]

Debug CoreOS Cloud Init Script

When I log in after trying to debug something I find that the command prompt gives me the following:

So to figure out where my script went wrong, I simply have to run the command:

So in my case it was:

It turns out,  I put an extra ssh-keyscan in the the […]

CoreOS, Ansible, OpenStack, and a Private Registry

This took me longer than I want to admit to figure out, so I thought I’d post this solution here.  I’m doing this on Cisco’s OpenStack Private Cloud (COPC) (formerly known as Metacloud). Problem:  Want to deploy a CoreOS instance that can access docker images from a private registry.  I want to do this with […]

Deploying Instances on COPC (metacloud) with Ansible

I wanted to show a quick example of how to deploy an instance on Cisco OpenStack Private Cloud (COPC or Cisco OPC or MetaCloud) with Ansible.  Since COPC is just a fully engineered and operated distribution of OpenStack from Cisco, this blog is also applicable to normal OpenStack environments. I’m a big fan of Ansible […]

Cisco OpenStack Private Cloud Developer Demo

In my new role here at Cisco I show people how powerful the Cisco OpenStack Private Cloud solution can be for developers.  I made the below video last night to demonstrate continuous integration. The video is a scenario for a new company called lawngnomed.com.  The company provides lawn gnomes as a service (LGaaS).  Under the […]