17 posts from 2014

Using Flannel and etcd for LXC container networking

By Jorge O. Castro, 17 December 2014

In this demo Charles Butler shows you how to use Flannel and etcd to network LXC containers. This allows you to Juju deploy to multiple hosts instead of one machine.

Charm Workshop: Writing Charms for Restrictive Networks

By Jorge O. Castro, 8 December 2014

In an ideal world your systems can reach any internet resource for whatever they need for deployment. However the real world is different, and many production networks have proxies or other restricted network policies that make …

Charm Workshop: Debugging Juju Hooks

By Jorge O. Castro, 21 November 2014

In this charm school Charles Butler and Corey Johns go over the traditional way to debug Juju charm hooks, and Corey introduces his new Juju plugin, DHX, designed to make debugging hooks much easier. Corey’s debug …

Charm Workshop: Your first five minutes of charming

By Jorge O. Castro, 18 November 2014

As part of the Ubuntu Online Summit, Charles Butler and the rest of the crew go over some things you might want to consider during your first five minutes of charming.

Bare-metal magic at the Open Compute Summit

By Canonical, 14 November 2014

In the week before the OpenStack Summit, Mark Shuttleworth was a keynote speaker at the Open Compute Summit (OCP) in Paris. Mark gave an overview of the evolution of bare-metal systems, especially in the context of …

Getting Started with Juju Relations

By Jorge O. Castro, 24 October 2014

Relations are a very important part of what Juju does. Automating installation is a solved problem, but the ability for Juju Charms to connect services together via relationships is one of our most powerful features.

Charm Workshop: Charm Testing

By Jorge O. Castro, 18 October 2014

What is bundle tester? How to set up and run, how to write tests, and how Canonical automates the running of these tests for you.

Getting Started with Juju

By Jorge O. Castro, 17 October 2014

In this session we go over what Juju is, and how to get started using it.

Deploying workloads on IBM POWER8 Systems

By Jorge O. Castro, 17 October 2014

In this demo we show how you can use Juju to deploy workloads onto IBM POWER8 systems.

What is Juju? (Introduction video)

By Jorge O. Castro, 17 October 2014

This is a basic introductory video explaining what Juju is and how it can help you deploy workloads to the cloud.

Automating Orchestration in the Cloud with Ubuntu Juju

By Jorge O. Castro, 17 October 2014

Charles Butler explains how to automate orchestration with Juju during this talk at the 2014 USENIX Configuration Management Summit.

Using the Local (LXC) Provider with Juju

By Jorge O. Castro, 17 October 2014

Juju has the ability to leverage Linux containers (LXC) to deploy charms locally to your desktop/laptop. This lets you iterate quickly during development in a manner similar to a real cloud.