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Robot Ops

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Joshua Frank

on 2 June 2018

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Transcript of Robot Ops

Manage Virtual Environments

vagrant init ubuntu/bionic64
vagrant up
Docker Compose
launch multiple docker containers

YAML format
Demo Time
Robot Ops
Roles are collections of tasks
Infrastructure as Code
config.vm.box - OS
config.vm.provider - virtualbox
config.vm.network - network settings
config.vm.synced_folder - file sharing
config.vm.provision - software install
Vagrant Commands
vagrant up (box name) - start vagrant
vagrant provision - install software
vagrant destroy - remove vagrant boxes
vagrant halt - shutdown
vagrant suspend - sleep
vagrant resume - wake
Version Control System - share and work on code
git clone
git pull
git add
git commit
git push
The process of managing and provisioning computes through machine-readable definition files, rather than physical hardware configuration or interactive configuration tools
Self documenting systems

Production and testing systems are the same

Designed for change

Automate Everything

Modular Design
Virtual Box
Simulated Computer
Run Linux in Windows
Need Virtualization enabled in BIOS
automates software provisioning, configuration management, and application deployment
install software
update configuration files
add users and groups
set permissions
YAML format
Can be installed from Ansible Galaxy,
github or manualy
Defined in requirements.yml
performs operating-system-level virtualization also known as containerization
containerization, refers to an operating system feature in which the kernel allows the existence of multiple isolated user-space instances
Shorter Development Cycles
Reduced Deployment Failures
Improved Communication with Peers
Increased Efficiencies
Reduced Costs and IT Headcount
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