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ansible-vagrant-examples - Ansible examples using Vagrant to deploy to local VMs.

  •    Ruby

This repository contains a collection of example virtual machines running various applications. The VMs are created via Vagrant and provisioned via Ansible. You can cd into any of the included directories and run vagrant up, and a generic Linux VM will be booted and configured in a few minutes. You just need to install Vagrant, VirtualBox, and Ansible. View the included README.md file in any of the subdirectories to find out more about the particular VM.

manageiq - ManageIQ Open-Source Management Platform

  •    Ruby

We respectfully ask that you do not directly email any manageiq committers with questions or problems. The community is best served when discussions are held in public. By downloading ManageIQ software, you acknowledge that you understand all of the following: ManageIQ software and technical information may be subject to the U.S. Export Administration Regulations (the "EAR") and other U.S. and foreign laws and may not be exported, re-exported or transferred (a) to any country listed in Country Group E:1 in Supplement No. 1 to part 740 of the EAR (currently, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan & Syria); (b) to any prohibited destination or to any end user who has been prohibited from participating in U.S. export transactions by any federal agency of the U.S. government; or (c) for use in connection with the design, development or production of nuclear, chemical or biological weapons, or rocket systems, space launch vehicles, or sounding rockets, or unmanned air vehicle systems. You may not download ManageIQ software or technical information if you are located in one of these countries or otherwise subject to these restrictions. You may not provide ManageIQ software or technical information to individuals or entities located in one of these countries or otherwise subject to these restrictions. You are also responsible for compliance with foreign law requirements applicable to the import, export and use of ManageIQ software and technical information.

ansible-os-hardening - This Ansible role provides numerous security-related configurations, providing all-round base protection

  •    Ruby

This role provides numerous security-related configurations, providing all-round base protection. It is intended to be compliant with the DevSec Linux Baseline. If you're using inspec to test your machines after applying this role, please make sure to add the connecting user to the os_ignore_users-variable. Otherwise inspec will fail. For more information, see issue #124.

ios-dev-playbook - 不会运维的 iOS 开发不是好设计师。这个 Ansible Playbook 能快速配置 iOS 开发需要的服务,安装如 Gogs、GitLab、Jenkins、Ghost、Ajenti 等常用服务。

  •    Ruby

不会运维的 iOS 开发不是好设计师。这个 Ansible Playbook 能快速配置 iOS 开发需要的服务,安装如 Gogs、GitLab、Jenkins、Ghost、Ajenti 等常用服务。




ansible-elasticsearch - Ansible playbook for Elasticsearch

  •    Ruby

THIS ROLE IS FOR 5.x. FOR 2.x SUPPORT PLEASE USE THE 2.x BRANCH.The latest Elasticsearch versions of 5.x are actively tested. Only Ansible versions > 2.3.2 are supported, as this is currently the only version tested.

ansible-ssh-hardening - This Ansible role provides numerous security-related ssh configurations, providing all-round base protection

  •    Ruby

This role provides secure ssh-client and ssh-server configurations. It is intended to be compliant with the DevSec SSH Baseline. Warning: This role disables root-login on the target server! Please make sure you have another user with su or sudo permissions that can login into the server.

ansible-rails - Ansible: Ruby on Rails Server

  •    Ruby

Rename hosts.example to hosts and modify the contents. Rename group_vars/all.example to group_vars/all and modify the contentes.

ansible-st2 - Ansible Roles and Playbooks to deploy StackStorm

  •    Ruby

Ansible playbooks to deploy StackStorm.StackStorm is event-driven automation platform written in Python. With over 50+ integrations like GitHub, Docker, Nagios, NewRelic, AWS, Ansible it allows you to wire together your existing infrastructure into complex Workflows with auto-remediation and many more. Aka IFTTT orchestration for Ops.


taperole - 🕹 Application Server Provisioning and Deployment with Ansible

  •    Ruby

Deprecation notice: As of taperole 1.7, support for Ubuntu 14.x has been deprecated. If your server does not use Ubuntu 16.x, please install taperole 1.6.0 instead. NOTE: Upgrading tape on a machine is only supported for patch versions (ie 1.3.0 to 1.3.1). For minor or major versions, it is advised that you stand up a new box, and start from stratch.

ansible-viz - Graph relationships between Ansible playbooks / roles / tasks / vars etc

  •    Ruby

GraphViz depiction of Ansible dependencies. Now browse viz.html or with-vars.html. The diagram is drawn client-side with viz.js.

aurora - An open source enterprise data warehousing and analysis platform.

  •    Ruby

Description: This repository is a collection of Ansible scripts and other supporting code required to build a scalable, secure, and powerful data processing platform. The Aurora data platform was designed to work on a network of RHEL 6.5 servers, and has only been tested in that environment. Additionally, you must have Ansible installed to deploy, and Vagrant to run locally.

ansible-phoenix - Develop and deploy a Phoenix app using Ansible!

  •    Ruby

This role aims to be as lightweight as possible, providing you with Phoenix-specific tasks only. See the example playbook for a recommended way to handle these.

Rocket.Chat.Ansible - Deploy Rocket.Chat with Ansible!

  •    Ruby

Optional full stack deployment: Fully deploy Rocket.Chat, including MongoDB & an Nginx reverse SSL proxy. Or, deploy Rocket.Chat and integrate with your existing MongoDB and/or Nginx instances/deployment methods. Please be sure you've read the FAQ and all documentation before raising an issue.

chef-bcpc - Bloomberg Clustered Private Cloud distribution

  •    Ruby

This is a set of Chef cookbooks to bring up an instance of an OpenStack-based cluster of head and worker nodes. In addition to hosting virtual machines, there are a number of additional services provided with these cookbooks - such as distributed storage, DNS, log aggregation/search, and monitoring - see below for a partial list of services provided by these cookbooks. Each head node runs all of the core services in a highly-available manner with no restriction upon how many head nodes there are. The cluster is deemed operational as long as 50%+1 of the head nodes are online. Otherwise, a network partition may occur with a split-brain scenario. In practice, we currently recommend roughly one head node per rack.

lastpass-ansible - Unlock Ansible Vault with LastPass

  •    Ruby

Script lastpass-ansible in this project will let you unlock Ansible Vault with the password stored in LastPass. This means you'll be able to run ansible-playbook and ansible-vault commands without being prompted for the password: it'll be taken from LastPass automatically. You can keep your Ansible Vault passwords along with your other secrets in LastPass, and not worry about forgetting your passwords. You should also use LastPass's strong password generator for your Ansible Vault password.

ansible-mysql-hardening - This Ansible role provides security configuration for MySQL.

  •    Ruby

Provides security configurations for MySQL. It is intended to set up production-ready mysql instances that are configured with minimal surface for attackers. Furthermore it is intended to be compliant with the DevSec MySQL Baseline. This role focuses on security configuration of MySQL. Therefore you can add this hardening role alongside your existing MySQL configuration in Ansible.

ansible-nginx-hardening - This Ansible role provides secure nginx configurations.

  •    Ruby

This role provides secure nginx configuration. It is intended to be compliant with the DevSec Nginx Baseline. The preferred way of locally testing the role is to use Docker. You will have to install Docker on your system. See Get started for a Docker package suitable to for your system.

jvm-development-environment - A Vagrant controlled JVM development environment built around IntelliJ IDEA and Docker

  •    Ruby

This project is a Vagrant box that is provisioned for software development. It is a Linux-based system and has many of the tools needed by a developer already installed. The provisioning mechanism is based on Ansible and allows for user-specific customizations to be applied. All the components of the environment live in repositories on the internet so there is nothing to build.