Docker Swarm with Azure Container Services and Azure Resource Manager

Docker Swarm with Azure Container Services and Azure Resource Manager In an earlier post we explained how easy it is to setup a Docker Swarm cluster in Azure using Azure Container Services and Terraform. We understand that not everybody is ready to adopt Terraform in their companies and, even though we can help you get there, we … Continued

Docker Swarm with Azure Container Services

Docker Swarm with Azure Container Services As part of setting up a Docker Swarm cluster for one of our customers in their public cloud provider, Microsoft Azure, we learned how easy it was to set it up with Terraform. In this blog post we’re going to show and provide you with the tools for doing … Continued

Simple GCE setup with Terraform

Simple GCE setup with Terraform Here you will find a Terraform configuration file that will create a single virtual machine in the Google Cloud Engine (GCE) platform using Terraform. I wanted to run a straightforward experiment in a virtual machine in Google Cloud and I couldn’t find a Terraform snippet to get me up & running. … Continued

We are cohosting the Gopher Gala 2016

It’s official. We’re pleased to announce we are going to be co-hosting the Gopher Gala 2016. For those who don’t know what this is about, the Gopher Gala is a distributed hackathon where the main programming language to be used is Go. People form groups (one-man armies are also common) and work on an idea … Continued

Write your own Terraform provider: Part 1

Write your own Terraform provider: Part 1 This is the first part of a series of blog posts that explain how to write Terraform providers. Before we start I would like to state that this article asumes a couple of things from you: You have (some) experience with Terraform, the different provisioners and providers that … Continued

From Development to Production with Otto

A couple of weeks ago during the HashiConf,Otto was announced (check the official blog post here). It promises to be the successor to Vagrant. For me, this is quite an ambitious statement but I’m not surprised that HashiCorp, the same people that encourage you to treat your infrastructure as code, makes such a claim. I … Continued