This is a new meetup to showcase infrastructure as code. Aimed at current sysadmins and linux engineers, the talks will cover how to build, manage and secure your infrastructure using current automation tools.
The focus will be on the infrastructure side, not the developer side of the tooling. Hence, infrastructure as code.
The talks will cover using Terraform to build infrastructure in AWS including openScap hardening. Service discovery with Consul and monitoring your infrastructure with open source monitoring tool Alerta.
If there's time, we will cover using Ansible to run Ad-hoc tasks and data collection within your estate (up and running in 5 minutes)
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Using Terraform to build infrastructure in AWS including openScap hardening.
Featuring Dennis McCarthy
This talk will cover the setup and launch of one AWS EC2 instance using Terraform. I'll cover the terraform configuration and demonstrate the bootstrapping of the EC2 instance. This will include running Openscap and applying audit controls to our Instance.openscap terraform aws architecture cloud-computing configuration-management infrastructure-as-code automation linux
Server discovery with Consul and monitoring your infrastructure with open source monitoring tool alerta.
Featuring Abdul Karim
This talk follows on from the previous talk and will introduce Consul, Alerta and puppet into our Terraform configuration. We provide userdata to configure an application, storing it's address in consul for service discovery, and launch Alerta to monitor our EC2 instances and receive alerts.... cloud-computing configuration-management infrastructure-as-code automation linux
Using Ansible to run Ad-hoc tasks and data collection within your estate (up and running in 5 minutes)
Featuring Dennis McCarthy
This short talk will cover using ansible to run ad-hoc commands across your server estate. It can quickly replace older/traditional methods of collecting information via a golden host or jump server without the need to use root passwords/keys. I'll demonstrate how Ansible gives us a powerful...cloud-computing configuration-management infrastructure-as-code automation linux
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