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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.

kubevirt - Kubernetes Virtualization API and runtime in order to define and manage virtual machines.

  •    Go

KubeVirt is a virtual machine management add-on for Kubernetes. The aim is to provide a common ground for virtualization solutions on top of Kubernetes. Note: KubeVirt is a heavy work in progress.

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Vehice management system

virtlet - Kubernetes CRI implementation for running VM workloads

  •    Go

Virtlet is a Kubernetes runtime server which allows you to run VM workloads, based on QCOW2 images. It is possible to run Virtlet by following the instructions from either Running local environment or Deploy using DaemonSets documents. There's also separate document describing the process of installing Virtlet on real clusters.




embiggen-disk - embiggden-disk live-resizes a filesystem after first live-resizing any necessary layers below it: an optional LVM LV and PV, and an MBR or GPT partition table

  •    Go

The embiggen-disk tool live-resizes a filesystem after first live-resizing any necessary layers below it: an optional LVM LV and PV, and an MBR or GPT partition table. It's only been tested on 64-bit x86 Linux ("amd64"). It should work on other Linux architectures.

ansible-role-test-vms - A Vagrant configuration to test Ansible roles against a variety of Linux distributions

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I maintain over 50 roles on Ansible Galaxy, and a few dozen more locally. Since I run both CentOS (a RedHat derivative) and Ubuntu/Debian-based servers, I like to have a reliable platform to test my roles and playbooks everywhere with minimal effort. On GitHub, I generally use Travis CI to run a minimal set of tests against the Travis CI environment (currently Ubuntu 12.04). I wrote about this setup on the Server Check.in Blog: Testing Ansible Roles with Travis CI on GitHub. It's impossible to bootstrap extra test VMs inside the Travis environment due to Travis' use of OpenVZ. Thus, to run Ansible playbooks against CentOS and other versions of Ubuntu, I have to rely on a local configuration.

nodejs-dev-vm - Simple Node.js Development VM using Vagrant + VirtualBox + Ansible

  •    Javascript

This project aims to make spinning up a simple local Node.js test/development environment incredibly quick and easy, and to introduce new developers to the wonderful world of Node.js development on local virtual machines. It should take 5-10 minutes to build or rebuild the VM from scratch on a decent broadband connection.

template-building-blocks - A tool for deploying Azure infrastructure based on proven practices

  •    Javascript

Important Note: Version 2.1.1 of Azure Building Blocks introduced breaking changes to versions earlier than 2.0.4. Versions earlier than 2.0.4 will no longer function. Please upgrade to version 2.0.4 or greater to continue using Azure Building Blocks. The Azure Building Blocks project is a command line tool and set of Azure Resource Manager templates designed to simplify deployment of Azure resources. Users author a set of simplified parameters to specify settings for Azure resources, and the command line tool merges these parameters with best practice defaults to produce a set of final parameter files that can be deployed with the Azure Resource Manager templates.


vcenter-connector - Trigger OpenFaaS Functions from events in VMware vCenter

  •    Go

vcenter-connector is an OpenFaaS event connector built to consume events from vCenter from vCenter. With this project your functions can subscribe to events generated by the changes (i.e. events) in your vCenter installation - for instance a VM being created, turned on or deleted. This allows you to extend vCenter's functionality by writing functions to execute each time an event is fired. An example may be tagging a VM with the date it was last turned on or applying a tag showing which user made a change to an object.

AutoTriever - Remote client for distributed automated HTTP(s) content fetching.

  •    Shell

Minimalist remote AMQP client for retreiving web content. Intended to allow distribution of a large number of requests over a wide set of source IPs.

ubuntu-bootstrap - WebSharks Ubuntu Bootstrap: VirtualBox + Vagrant + Landrush, running Ubuntu 16

  •    Shell

VirtualBox + Vagrant + Landrush, running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xersus) with your choice of Nginx or Apache + MariaDB (MySQL), PHP (choice of PHP 7.1, PHP 7.0, PHP 5.6, PHP 5.5), and WordPress. You need VirtualBox, Vagrant, and a DNS plugin. The following commands will do the trick for you.