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This demo shows the Ansible Automation Platform(AAP) connecting to VMware Vcenter to expand a disk on a windows host. AAP then connects to the disk and expands the disk in windows itself. Blog post here: 🤍
Ansible and Yaml playlist used for VMware Bulk deployment of VMs. If you put "#" before host name as "#esxi_hostname: 172.16.100.200" and you are using vSphere enterprise plus and you have configure DRS then vCenter will distribute VMs across the cluster. Following is the Script which i have used in this video - - name: Create a VM from template and customize hosts: localhost connection: local gather_facts: no tasks: - name: Create VM for DASERVER1P vmware_guest: hostname: 172.16.23.100 username: administrator🤍vsphere.local password: FOC🤍123 validate_certs: False datacenter: LusailDC folder: SCADA name: DASERVER1P state: poweredon template: VMTemp esxi_hostname: 172.16.100.200 disk: - size_gb: 200 type: thin datastore: H1DS1 hardware: memory_mb: 8024 num_cpus: 6 num_cpu_cores_per_socket: 2 scsi: paravirtual memory_reservation_lock: no #mem_limit: 8096 mem_reservation: 0 #cpu_limit: 8096 cpu_reservation: 0 hotadd_cpu: True hotremove_cpu: True hotadd_memory: True #version: 19 # Hardware version of virtual machine boot_firmware: "efi" networks: - name: Server ip: 172.16.23.101 netmask: 255.255.255.0 gateway: 172.16.23.254 dns_servers: - 172.16.23.106 wait_for_ip_address: no delegate_to: localhost register: deploy
This is my first published video on Youtube ! Hope you will enjoy it In this video we will deploy a vCenter appliance on an ESXi host automatically using Ansible. The main playbook will invoke and run 4 other playbooks: - Deploy VCSA - Basic VCSA configuration (Create Datacenters, Clusters and Folders. - Add hosts (Add hosts to vCenter - License) - Add an NFS datastore to 2 ESXi hosts in vCenter. Github code: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
For those that are running VMware ESXi in their home lab or production environments, there are many configurations that you will likely want to make on your ESXi host. Many of the configuration changes that need to be made will help to prepare your host for high availability, proper time synchronization, network configuration, storage, licensing, and adding your ESXi hosts to vCenter Server. In this video, I cover the first things I do on a VMware ESXi installation. Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 My blog: 🤍 _ Social Media: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Introduction to configuration changes to VMware ESXi - 0:00 Configuring the management interface - 0:48 Describing the Direct Console User Interface (DCUI) - 1:12 Configuring the management network - 1:33 Network adapter configuration - 1:45 Adding an additional network adapter for the management interface - 2:00 Configuring a specific VLAN for management traffic - 2:32 Setting a static IP address - 3:39 DNS configuration and DNS servers - 3:52 Setting the hostname - 4:00 DNS suffixes for DNS search suffixes - 4:13 Applying the changes and restarting the management network - 4:35 Logging into the ESXi host client - 4:55 Enabling SSH on your ESXi host - 5:12 Testing SSH connectivity to the ESXi host - 5:24 Patching the VMware ESXi host - 5:35 Software profiles and how they are used - 5:58 Getting the software profile - 6:06 Using the esxcli software profile update to update the ESXi server - 7:01 Setting the NTP server configuration in VMware ESXi - 7:35 Starting the NTP service - 8:38 Pointing your ESXi host to a syslog server - 9:03 Restarting the syslog service - 9:46 Adding the software iSCSI adapter - 9:54 Configuring iSCSI software adapter - 10:33 Adding a standalone ESXi host to a vCenter Server - 11:20 Beginning the add host wizard in vSphere Client to add to vCenter Server - 12:05 Behavior of the host after first adding to vCenter Server - 13:05 Adding VMkernel adapters in vSphere on your ESXi hosts - 13:29 Beginning the process to add VMkernel adapters and IP addresses - 14:00 Configuring the port properites - 14:25 Licensing the ESXi host - 15:22 Adding the license in the host client - 15:48 Adding a license in vCenter Server - 16:20 Concluding thoughts on ESXi settings I add on my VMware ESXi hosts - 17:32 VMware ESXi 8.0 Host client 2: 🤍 Upgrade to ESXi 8.0 in three ways: 🤍 VMware vSphere 8 download links: 🤍
Ansible For VMware By Examples book, authored my Luca Berton, edited by Apress (Springer Nature Information Technology specialist) is going to be released soon in the best libraries and online bookshops. 🤍 Pre-order NOW: 🤍 FREE Top 10 Best Practices of Ansible Automation: save time, reduce errors and stress - 🤍 BUY the Complete PDF BOOK to easily Copy and Paste the 200+ Ansible code 200+ Automation Examples For Linux and Windows System Administrator and DevOps 🤍 my VIDEO COURSE: Ansible by Examples 200+ Automation Examples For Linux and Windows System Administrator and DevOps 🤍
In this video, we are going to learn how to remove unwanted files form servers in order to keep the server running. We will see main commands which are useful in order to clear disk space. What is du -sh command? (Used to check size of file/directory) What is df -Th command? This is used to check the mounted filesystem. What is fdisk command?
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Watch how you can have a NetApp Ontap cluster configured and ready for VMware NFS datastores in less than a minute by using an Ansible Playbooks. This video tutorial compliments my blog post on using Ansible to fully automate a NetApp installation for VMware vSphere. Links - Blog Post for this video: 🤍 - Blog Post Ansible & NetApp Continued: 🤍 - GitHub: 🤍 Subscribe & never miss a Video - 🤍 Follow me on: Twitter - 🤍
VMWare is a common hypervisor choice in large organizations, and it comes with a zoo of additional tools, options and licenses. But once you add a little bit of OpenSource to the mix, things start to get interesting. There are open APIs which integrate well with Tools like Ansible and InSpec. So it is easy to write your own scripts to verify a configuration or harden a ESX host. We will show you, how we automated our deployment, what problems we encountered and how we added some nice features. NETWAYS Konferenzen: 🤍 Schulungen: 🤍 Shop: 🤍 Blog: 🤍 Webinare: 🤍 Social Media SlideShare: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Google+: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 🤍
Watch Us Code: Watch Bryan "BryanOps" McClellan, Senior DevOps and Infrastructure Engineer at Mark III, build and automate self-service VMs and containers using Ansible and VMware vRealize, all while sharing lessons learned and stories from working with organizations of all sizes around automation initiatives the past few years.
Let's do a quick crash course in Ansible and see how much of our daily tasks can be automated using this one, simple and efficient system. Renaming hundreds of datastores, deleting thousands of VMs, adding a never ending list of hosts to a vCenter Server? Hopefully after this quick session you won't ever spend longer than 10 minutes on any of such tedious, boring taks. Paul Wilk Paul is a VMware Consultant at Triangle Computer Services, a vExpert and vExpert NSX, and Ireland VMware User Group Leader. He currently holds three VCPs (DCV, NV, CMA) and is a double RHCSA (RHEL5 & 8).
Let’s troubleshoot together the Ansible fatal error “Unable to connect to vCenter or ESXi API [SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed (_ssl.c:897)” to find the root cause, connection problem connecting, and successfully run our Ansible For VMware Playbook code. 🤍 FREE Top 10 Best Practices of Ansible Automation: save time, reduce errors and stress - 🤍 BUY the Complete PDF BOOK to easily Copy and Paste the 200+ Ansible code 200+ Automation Examples For Linux and Windows System Administrator and DevOps 🤍 my VIDEO COURSE: Ansible by Examples 200+ Automation Examples For Linux and Windows System Administrator and DevOps 🤍
With new capabilities and features constantly improving the usefulness of Ansible Tower, enterprises are using Tower for increasingly more use cases. In order to keep up with the increased usage, Tower must scale up, presenting new challenges and considerations for administrators. In this session, you will learn about the unique challenges that come from running Tower at a large scale, as well as techniques to combat them. With this knowledge, you will be better prepared to run Ansible Tower at a massive scale for your enterprise. Join us in discussing the following topics: - Managing large number of concurrent Jobs - Utilizing monitoring to keep watch of the health of the cluster - Considerations when running a containerized Tower cluster - Memory, CPU, and Sizing considerations for clusters
The video is showcasing how to use Ansible and BIG-IQ to automate steps to cleanup a BIG-IP and remove unused/expired certificates and keys. Ansible Galaxy Repo: 🤍 Connect with Romain: 🤍 0:00 Start 0:20 intro 4:30 Demo ⬇️⬇️⬇️ JOIN THE COMMUNITY! ⬇️⬇️⬇️ DevCentral is an online community of technical peers dedicated to learning, exchanging ideas, and solving problems - together. Find all our platform links ⬇️ and follow our Community Evangelists! 👋 ➡️ DEVCENTRAL: 🤍 ➡️ YOUTUBE: 🤍 ➡️ LINKEDIN: 🤍 ➡️ TWITTER: 🤍 Your Community Evangelists: 👋 Jason Rahm: 🤍 | 🤍 👋 Buu Lam: 🤍 | 🤍 👋 Aubrey King: 🤍 | 🤍
Learn the step by step process of how to resize a standard partition In Linux without unmounting a filesystem and without downtime. This Video showed the step by step process of increasing the root filesystem/partition online without downtime & without the loss of data : 🤍
In this video, we'll show you how to get started with Ansible for network engineers in less than 30 minutes! Ansible is a versatile tool that can be used to manage networks and systems, and this tutorial will walk you through the basics of using Ansible. If you're looking for a quick way to learn how to use Ansible for network engineers, then this video is for you! We'll show you how to get started with Ansible in just a few minutes, and by the end you'll be able to manage networks and systems with Ansible easily! 👊Thanks for taking time to watch my video. If you could, pressing LIKE and SUBSCRIBING helps with Youtube's algorithm so that more people can discover my videos. Feel free to leave a comment for any other topics you would like to see me cover or what your general opinion is of the video. 🕘Timestamps🕘 📕00:00 - Introduction 📕00:35 - Basics of Ansible 📕03:53 - Installing Ansible 📕08:40 - Ansible CFG file 📕11:08 - Ansible Inventory 📕14:35 - Ansible PING test 📕16:55 - Ansible Playbook 📕21:45 - Creating custom Playbook Support the Channel: ⭐Become a Patreon: 🤍 ⭐Become a YouTube Member: 🤍 ⭐Join our discord community: 🤍 Social Media: 🌏 🤍 🌏 🤍 🌏 🤍 MTCRE Playlist: 🤍 MTCNA Playlist: 🤍 Credits: Thumbnail: Created on Canva Intro: Created on Canva Intro & Outro Music by Alumo Songs used: Dioitic Outland 85 Thanks again for watching
Each Tuesday, we will be releasing a tech tip video that will give users information on various topics relating to our Storinator storage servers. This week, Brett continues on with the series showcasing Ceph Ansible. Brett dives deeper into our Ceph Ansible playbooks, applying the knowledge showcased last week and does a complete walkthrough to show you the steps in setting up a virtual environment and building your very own Ceph cluster. Part 1 - Preparing The Virtual Enviroment - 1:28 Part 2 - Configure Ansible Variable - 24:50 Part 3 - Deploy Cluster - 38:25 Part 4 - Install cephfs/Dashboard and use the cluster - 44:04 If you haven't already, check out last week's video that gives a high-level look at Ceph Ansible: 🤍 Visit our website: 🤍 Check out our GitHub that includes our Ansible playbooks: 🤍 Check out Ansible: 🤍 Read our Knowledgebase for technical articles: 🤍 Check out our blog: 🤍 Have a discussion on our subreddit: 🤍 Be sure to watch next Tuesday, when we give you another 45 Drives tech tip.
Jeff Geerling (geerlingguy) discusses Ansible and Windows; how to use Ansible on Windows and how Ansible can be used to manage Windows environments. Submit questions for the final Q&A episode here: 🤍 Ansible for DevOps: 🤍 Support Jeff on GitHub: 🤍 Support Jeff on Patreon: 🤍 Contents: 00:00 - Start 00:20 - Intro 03:38 - Jeff's Windows Background 06:32 - Windows Update 07:30 - Install WSL2 and Ansible 17:13 - Vagrant and Ansible with WSL2 32:45 - Manage Windows with Ansible 33:54 - Set up OpenSSH on Windows 40:38 - Talking to myself 41:01 - Ansible Windows Modules 45:47 - Ansible Windows Collection 49:54 - Ansible 101 series discussion 52:23 - Call for questions for final episode 56:24 - Outtro
VMware and Ansible are a great combination for Infrastructure as Code (IaC) deployments. In this session you will learn step by step how to deploy a Kubernetes Cluster using VMware and Ansible. In addition, we will walk through deploying a Microsoft SQL Server 2019 Big Data Cluster. *About vBrownBag* SUBSCRIBE! 🤍 Socials: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 Google+: google.com/+vBrownBag 🤍 is a community of people who believe in helping other people. Specifically we work in IT infrastructure and we help other people in the IT industry to better their carreers by educating. Most frequent activity is producing the vBrownBag podcast. vBrownBag also attends global conferences to produce TechTalks and theater sessions. *About vBrownBag Podcasts* The vBrownBag crew host podcasts where community members present on topics that will help others in the community. Some podcast series are aimed at helping people achieve certifications. Other podcasts help community members learn an entirely new subject area. We also cover areas like storage or automation. The podcast has been running weekly since 2010. *vBrownBag TechTalks* The vBrownBag crew love IT conferences, the only place where we actually see each other, the awesome people who are our presenters and the community members who follow the podcast. The conferences are also a great place to generate some more community learning content. More about vBrownBag: 🤍
How to build a NICE Ansible environment? Let's use Ansible with a dynamic inventory, with Rundeck as a GUI (graphical User Interface) and vscode server for file editing directly on the server! I am providing installation scripts for Rundeck with Ansible with vscode server on my Github repository: 🤍 Nana's video about Ansible is here: 🤍 0:00 Intro 0:34 How I use Ansible with Rundeck at home 1:39 🤍TechWorldwithNana 2:11 Installation 3:06 How I Install Ansible and why 4:22 Workstation/Client setup 5:26 vscode Server 6:42 (Non-Root-User advantages) 8:28 (Config Files and Inventory) 11:45 (Adding the inventory to rundeck) 13:02 (deploying ansible – prepare hosts) 16:28 (Deploy Ansible with Ansible – rundeck key store) YouTube: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Blog: 🤍
- What applications do I run on my home server? - What OS am I using? - How do I automate deploying and provisioning? - How do I secure my services from unauthorized access? ...and many other questions, answered in this video 😊 Links: My Ansible Playbook: 🤍 My Ubuntu Autoinstall Role: 🤍 "Ansible for Devops" by Jeff Geerling: 🤍 "Ansible 101" Series by Jeff Geerling: 🤍 Awesome Selfhosted Github: 🤍 Follow me: Twitter 🤍 GitHub 🤍 Twitch 🤍 Support the channel: Patreon 🤍 PayPal (one time donation) 🤍 Music: Jalowo – Luminism (ft. Yonderling) Hale – Moment Tru Genesis – Burned King Pong – Game Recognize Videos are edited with Davinci Resolve Studio. I use Affinity Photo for thumbnails and Ableton Live for audio editing. Video gear: Camera 🤍 Main lens 🤍 Microphone 🤍 Key light 🤍 Softbox 🤍 Secondary light 🤍 Other stuff that I use: Monitor 🤍 Monitor arm 🤍 Laptop stand 🤍 Keyboard 🤍 Mouse 🤍 Audio interface 🤍 As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases Timestamps: 00:00 Intro 00:29 The dashboard and media applications 02:21 Nextcloud 03:20 PhotoPrism 04:15 Bitwarden/Vaultwarden 05:30 System applications 06:35 PiKVM 07:48 PiHole & Unbound 09:07 Home Automation 11:36 Other stuff 12:15 The OS 13:05 Storage and filesystems 14:38 Security 16:57 Dynamic DNS 17:59 Provisioning and deploying 19:09 IaC (Infrastracture as Code) 20:00 Why not just use shell scripts? 22:14 Ansible playbook walkthrough 23:50 Yeeting my bootdrive and reinstalling from scratch 25:48 Thoughts and considerations 26:38 Special thanks and outro
#vBrownBag crew member Jonathan Frappier demos using Ansible to provision virtual machines to vCenter. Ansible supports creating, cloning, and reconfiguring virtual machines in vCenter. Note that this demo was done with Ansible 1.9 prior to its official release. You can follow Jonathan on Twitter 🤍jfrappier and his blog 🤍virtxpert.com Originally published at 🤍 – Sign up for the live #vBrownBag broadcast at 🤍 where you can also get updates and view our past series such as the Automate All The Things series at🤍 Cisco certification series 🤍 or the Couch to OpenStack series at 🤍
Ansible is a very flexible, easy to use configuration management product. Written in Python, and traditionally for linux environments, it is being used by Windows admins more and more. Also, with PowerShell being cross platform, we can do some really interesting things that were probably never intended by the creators. Come find out all you need to know about managing Windows machines with Ansible, and find out how much you can do without learning Python. In this talk you will learn: - how to setup VSCode and the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) to be the ultimate Ansible console - how to get started with basic ansible tasks and an overview of the architecture and terminology - how to connect to, and manage, Windows machines with Ansible, and the various authentication options available - how to leverage PowerShell DSC resources in Ansible to do almost anything - how to write custom Ansible modules and dynamic inventory scripts in PowerShell on linux PowerShell Summit videos are recorded on a "best effort" basis. We use a room mic to capture as much room audio as possible, with an emphasis on capturing the speaker. Our recordings are made in a way that minimizes overhead for our speakers and interruptions to our live audience. These recordings are meant to preserve the presentations' information for posterity, and are not intended to be a substitute for attending the Summit in person. These recordings are not intended as professional video training products. We hope you find these videos useful - the equipment used to record these was purchased using generous donations from members of the PowerShell community.
It's a question we've heard at MacStadium time and time again - how can I improve my build times? In this webinar, Max Kelley, Manager of Systems Engineering at MacStadium answers questions about your VMware cloud and how to unlock those faster build times by automating linked clones. Max discusses the structure for cloning, considerations for CI/CD, and walks you through how-tos with Ansible and Terraform.
Checkout OnlyOffice! Free and Open Source alternative to Microsoft Office: 🤍 In this video we will overview the 5 services on my home lab that are a must! Running your own server can be as simple as a small Pi to a full dedicated rack mount. Homelab: 🤍 00:00 - What's a Homelab? 02:04 - Dashboard 02:45 - Docker GUI 04:07 - Media Streaming 06:27 - Downloading 07:41 - Monitoring 08:52 - Storage and Backup 10:54 - DNS Filter 1. Heimdall: 🤍 2. Yacht: 🤍 3. Jellyfin: 🤍 4. Transmission-OpenVPN: 🤍 5. Uptime Kuma: 🤍 6. Synology NAS (OR TrueNAS): 🤍 7. PiHole: 🤍 YOUTUBE MEMBER: 🤍 BECOME PATREON: 🤍 JOIN DISCORD: 🤍 FOLLOW ME: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 My Workstation (PAID LINKS) ASUS ROG M16: 🤍 DeepCool MATREXX 40: 🤍 AMD 3700x: 🤍 ASRock B550M: 🤍 G.Skill Trident Z Neo: 🤍 Radeon RX 580: 🤍 Sceptre 32" QHD Monitor: 🤍
Building or installing Operating Systems for deployment across hybrid cloud environments can be slow, tedious and error prone. In this demo, we look at an opinionated approach in setting up a Golden Image pipeline to build a hardened Base Image for Windows Server 2019. The pipeline leverages the workflow functionality in Ansible Automation Platform to build the image - A build is triggered whenever there is a merge request in GitLab. We have decided to go with the GitOps approach as it is a developer-centric approach to Continuous Delivery and Infrastructure Operation. With Git as the single source of truth, we can drive operations through Git workflows. The demo was done using Ansible Automation Platform 2.1 with Ansible Core 2.12 and all relevant playbooks can be found at 🤍
The Github Repo: 🤍 00:00 - Intro downloading the HTB Edition of Parrot and talking about basic VM Things 02:20 - Talking about using Ansible to install software after and why we should not use Snapshot's for a long-term solution. 04:00 - Parrot has been installed! Fixing up the Terminal real quick and talking about how to set the prompt like I have it 08:00 - Installing Ansible with apt 09:30 - Creating our first playbook, doing some quick introduction things 15:30 - Creating an Ansible Role to configure tmux 21:50 - Looking at all the ansible_facts to see the variable where our home is stored 24:20 - Using the copy module in ansible to copy files to our users home directory 27:55 - Start creating an ansible role for customizing our terminal 30:10 - Looking at how Mate Terminal creates profiles and exporting our settings so ansible can load it. Lots of using dconf 37:50 - Using Ansible to start configuring mate terminal 38:27 - Creating a new fact (variable) and using regex_replace to remove the last character, so we can append to the list. 43:30 - Using when, so an ansible task will be skipped if the string 'video' is in profile_list. 48:10 - Creating an Ansible Role to install tools such as Kerbrute 49:15 - This time our role will have multiple task files, so when we have 100 tools we will be able to easily remove tools we don't want 51:10 - Using the ansible shell module to run multiple commands 55:30 - Ansible script complete! Rebuilt my VM and am running the script to see if it works 57:10 - Looking at the role that errored, showing when there are no profiles /org/mate/terminal/global does not exist 58:00 - Adding another check to create a standard profile_list.value when profile_list is None 59:40 - Re-running our playbook and having our parrot built!
(Wed, Jan 20, 2021) Christoph Doerbeck of Red Hat reviews a collection of playbooks to aid the deployment of an Openshift cluster This discussion focuses more on the automation pieces and demonstrates a cluster being deployed to libvirt (single node using integration kvm virtualization) and a cluster being deployed to ovirt (multi-node enterprise kvm virtualization). User group meeting of Boston Linux & UNIX on Wednesday, January 20, 2021. BLU calendar entry : 🤍
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Michael Schwartzkopff, IT Consultant, goes over setting up a NetBox environment users can provision their new servers themselves.
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