To round this up here a recording of smartstate in AWS with auto-remediation of a vulnerability (java) via policy and ansible inside.
This will be the last part of the blog series but probably the most interesting one. When you launch a smartstate analysis you will see the following in you evm log files. [—-] I, [2018-03-11T16:12:10.941498 #3004:4f7130] INFO — : MIQ(ManageIQ::Providers::Amazon::CloudManager::Vm#raw_scan) NAME [Scan from Vm vmtosmartstate] SCAN [nil] [NilClass] [—-] I, [2018-03-11T16:12:11.068516 #3004:4f7130] INFO — : Job… Read More »CloudForms in AWS part 3
This part of the CloudForms in AWS blog series will walk you through how to make sure that CloudForms reaches its full potential in AWS. IMPORTANT: If you want SmartState analysis to work you need to register your AWS account with the cloud access program. Use the link below to enable cloud access: https://engage.redhat.com/forms/cloud-access-registration Once… Read More »CloudForms in AWS part 2
Ever wondered how you could run ansible tower in clustered mode across multiple AZ in AWS? This post will describe how you can build the following architecture: First, build 3 ec2 instances each in a different AZ’s. You should be more than ok with t2.large instance sizes. The subnets in the VPC can be private.… Read More »AWS Multi – AZ Ansible Tower Cluster backed by RDS and fronted by ALB
Ever wondered what CloudForms can do for you in AWS? The next few blog posts will walk you through step by step how to upload the CloudForms image to AWS, how to assign the correct policies and roles and how to configure it correctly so it can discover your environment. Part 1 is dedicated to… Read More »CloudForms in AWS part 1
Red Hat Virtualization and the OpenShift Container Platform go far back. Both products are very well integrated and share security features like svirt and cgroups which are a core security component of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Svirt allows you to run your virtual instances as well as containers in full tenant isolation mode whereas cgroups… Read More »OpenShift on RHV Automated, Secure and Transparent
VTUG 2018 Automating Container Deployment on Virtualization with Ansible: OpenShift on Red Hat Virtualization
Attached find the deck I presented at the VTUG in the New England Patriots stadium. It was a great experience. Thank you very much for attending my talk!
The current apb-1.0.4-1.el7.noarch in OpenShift 3.7 enterprise from the rhel-7-server-ose-3.7-rpms channel is currently broken. When you try to list apb’s you will get the following error: apb push Exception occurred! unsupported operand type(s) for +: ‘NoneType’ and ‘str’ Now I will show you how you can fix this. It is important to follow the steps… Read More »Building RocketChat as an ansible playbook bundle on OpenShift Container platform (fix for ocp 3.7)
It has to be noted that ansible-container is not a supported redhat product. So everything you see here is unsupported. If you want to use ansible to package containers look at the Ansible Playbook Bundle in OpenShift. I thought it would be a good idea to see where ansible container is. My goal was to create a… Read More »ansible-container fix mysql_config not found issue
If you are a ServiceNow user you can now go to https://github.com/ServiceNowITOM/ansible-sn-inventory use the dynamic inventory available to sync CI items from Service Now to ansible tower. This tutorial will show what you need to do to make this happen on ansible tower 3.2.1. A big thanks to Reuben Stump, Alex Mittell for writing this integration.… Read More »ServiceNow (snow) inventory for Ansible Tower 3.2.1