Once I got the Ansible playbook to run, I was able to poke at the openshift setup.
The install creates a default configuration in the Ansible users home directory on the master node.
While many people referred me to run one of the virtualized setups of OpenShift, I wanted something on baremetal in order to eventually test out KubeVirt. Just running
oc cluster up
As some people suggested did not work, as it assumes prerequisites are properly set up; the docker registry was one that I tripped over. So, I decided to give openshift-ansible a test run. Here are my notes.
I have two machines beyond the Laptop on which I am currently typing this article. I want to manage them from my workstation using Ansible. All three machines are running Fedora 25 Workstation.
I’ve been talking about using FreeIPA to secure OpenStack since the Havana summit in Portland. I’m now working with Tripleo to install OpenStack. To get the IPA server installed along with Tripleo Quickstart requires a VM accessible from the Ansible playbook.
Keystone needs to work with multiple federation sources. Keycloak is a JBoss based project that provides, among other things, SAML and OpenID connect protocols. As part of my work in getting the two integrated, I needed to deploy Keycloak. The rest of my development setup is done via Ansible and I wanted to handle Keycloak the same way.
Ossipee started off as OS-IPA. As it morphed into a tool for building development clusters,I realized it was more useful to split the building of the cluster from the Install and configuration of the application on that cluster. To install IPA and OpenStack, and integrate them together, we now use an ansible-playbook called Rippowam.
The Virtual Machine has two interfaces, but only one is connected to a network. How can I connect the second one?