Meetup – Deploying Openshift to AWS with HashiCorp Terraform and Ansible

 

Automated IT Solutions presented a talk on “Deploying Openshift to AWS with HashiCorp Terraform and Ansible”, by Liam Lavelle on 16th October 2018.

 

We would like to thank

 

  • Liam Lavelle for an interesting, informative and fun session
  • Everyone that came along to make it such a good event, with some great questions, helpful answers and interesting discussions
  • Hays for the beer, pizza, venue and help with everything

Hope to see you all at the next one soon!

The slides and all materials used in this session are available on our GitHub repo here:

 

Deploying Openshift to AWS with HashiCorp Terraform and Ansible

Tuesday, Oct 16, 2018, 6:15 PM

HAYS
7 Castle St, Edinburgh EH2 3AH Edinburgh, GB

30 Members Went

In this session we look at Infrastructure as Code and Configuration as Code, as we demonstrate how to use these approaches to deploy RedHat OpenShift to AWS with HashiCorp Terraform and Ansible. We start off with configuring AWS credentials, then use HashiCorp Terraform to create the AWS infrastructure needed to deploy and run our own RedHat OpenSh…

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Here are the details:
When:
Tuesday, October 16th, 2018
6:15 PM to 9:00 PM

 

Where:
Hays office on the 2nd floor
7 Castle St, Edinburgh EH2 3AH · Edinburgh

 

What:
Deploying Openshift to AWS with HashiCorp Terraform and Ansible

 

Agenda:

In this session we look at Infrastructure as Code and Configuration as Code, as we demonstrate how to use these approaches to deploy RedHat OpenShift to AWS with HashiCorp Terraform and Ansible.

We start off with configuring AWS credentials, then use HashiCorp Terraform to create the AWS infrastructure needed to deploy and run our own RedHat OpenShift cluster.

We then go through using Ansible to deploy OpenShift to AWS, followed by a review of the Cluster, then take a quick look at troubleshooting any issues you may encounter.

There will be a break in the middle for beer & pizza courtesy of Hays, and we will wrap things up with a quick Q&A and feedback session.

If you would like to bring your own laptop and follow along, please do!

Who:
Intermediate Linux and some AWS knowledge is useful but not essential.