Exploring the New KEMP SDK

KEMP Technologies has been doing some pretty cool stuff as of late. Not only are they starting to publish code on GitHub, but they also recently released a Python SDK for deploying and administering some of their products. In this post I'll just run through the steps in getting setup to use the SDK and provide … Continue reading Exploring the New KEMP SDK

State of Windows Containers (Post-Ignite)

I talked to a few people at Microsoft Ignite this last week about their thoughts on containers in Windows land. While pretty much everyone agrees that it's a neat direction, they also agree that it's been a bit confusing. I want to just clear a few things up for folks who may still be confused. … Continue reading State of Windows Containers (Post-Ignite)

Sandboxing Ansible – Part 4: Ansible

It's finally time to start playing with Ansible. Part 1 of this series gives a brief introduction to Ansible as a tool, so I'll skip over that and go straight into it. At this point I'll assume that the Ansible control server and the other nodes are already provisioned. If that's not the case, then … Continue reading Sandboxing Ansible – Part 4: Ansible

Sandboxing Ansible – Part 3: Vagrant

This is the third part of the guide on sandboxing Ansible. It focuses on using the sample vagrant file to bring up the dev environment. What is Vagrant? Vagrant is a way of automating VM provisioning, OS provisioning, network provisioning, and so much more. According to the Vagrant folks,"Vagrant is a tool for building complete … Continue reading Sandboxing Ansible – Part 3: Vagrant