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Java EE 7 and WildFly on Kubernetes using Vagrant

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This tip will show how to run a Java EE 7 application deployed in WildFly and hosted using Kubernetes and Docker. If you want to learn more about the basics, then this blog has already published quite a bit of content on the topic. A sampling of some of the content is given below:               Get started with ...

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Vagrant with Docker provider, using WildFly and Java EE 7 image

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What is Vagrant? Vagrant is a simplified and portable way to create virtual development environments. It works with multiple virtualization software such as VirtualBox, VMWare, AWS, and more. It also works with multiple configuration software such as Ansible, Chef, Puppet, or Salt. No more “works on my machine”!   The usual providers are, well, usual. Starting with version 1.6, Docker containers ...

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A Virtual Mesos Cluster with Vagrant and Chef

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This is a republished guest blog post by Ed Ropple. Ed is a platform engineer with Localytics. His ambition is to enable other software developers to be more productive and less error-prone. You can find his original article here. Since starting at Localytics in Februmarch or so, I’ve found myself thrown into a bunch of new-ish stuff. My prior ops ...

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Getting started with Apache Mesos and Apache Aurora using Vagrant

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Apache Mesos is a cluster manager that provides efficient resource isolation and sharing across distributed applications, or frameworks. Think of it as the “kernel” for your data center. Paco Nathan talked about this on one of the All Things Hadoop Podcasts. Features:             Fault-tolerant replicated master using ZooKeeper Scalability to 10,000s of nodes Isolation between tasks ...

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Vagrant – a swiss Army knife for every developer

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Whenever we move to a new project, or we want to explore a new stack of technologies; we face the problem of environments. Being a developer we generally have a tendency to install everything on our local environment; which many times proves to be a disaster. Today, modern web applications involve a lot of moving parts, numerous underlying technologies and ...

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Elasticsearch in a Box

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Are you looking to get going with Elasticsearch as quickly as possible without having to worry about installing Java or Elasticsearch itself? Are you looking for a repeatable and automated mechanism for bringing up Elasticsearch instances for developmental and or testing purposes? While there’s certainly a number of Elasticsearch-as-a-platform service providers out there, there’s one other option: use Elasticsearch-in-a-box. Elasticsearch-in-a-box ...

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Provisioning Ubuntu With Java in 3 Steps

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As I’ve written about before, Vagrant is handy tool for creating localized VMs. It’s a lot like firing up EC2 images, but, for the most part, things are localized (you can, by the way, use Vagrant to fire up EC2 images). If you’ve ever used VMWare before, its the same thing, except Vagrant is free. You can create VMs of ...

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SSH & Vagrant

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Vagrant is a handy tool for creating VMs. It’s a lot like firing up an EC2 instance, but in Vagrant’s case, everything is localized. And best of all, it’s free. I tend to favor Ubuntu as my preferred flavor of linux; consequently, all production EC2 instances use a customized Ubuntu AMI. Testing various aspects of this system with various software ...

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chef-solo with vagrant

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To learn the concepts of chef, we can start by using chef-solo with Vagrant. See my previous post on Vagrant to install vagrant and know more about it. Next, lets install chef-solo on our machine. We will install chef-solo using ruby gem, make sure you have ruby installed.             root@intro:~# cd ~ root@intro:~# sudo gem ...

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Create an Ubuntu VM Using Vagrant and Virtual Box

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I have been using Vagrant for some time with virtual box to play around with vms on my ubuntu machine. Vagrant is a tool to help create and provision VirtualBox machines.Few of the reasons for using it would be: The development environment can be isolated from all the other junk that accumulates on my primary computer. The development environment can ...

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