Setting Up Azure Infrastructure Using Terraform

Posted on September 16, 2020 by Narendra Bamaniya | Comments(3)

In this blog article, I will discuss how you can create a Virtual Machine Scale Set with Auto Scale settings in Microsoft Azure Cloud using Terraform. In my next blog article I will explain how to automate the configuration of all VM(s) using Ansible. I will use VS Code to write code for Terraform and Ansible and to perform the command (CLI), I am going to use VS Code Terminal (WSL Ubuntu).

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How Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning and DevOps Works Better Together

Posted on June 19, 2019 by Anjali Srivastava | Comments(3)

Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have extended their capabilities of software application that you can see throughout our daily life like banking services, face recognition, photo captioning and product recommendations, etc. The challenging part about integrating AI or ML into an application is not just the technology, the math, the science behind it or the algorithms.

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Fabric – Automate Administrative Tasks with Ease

Posted on August 8, 2017 by CloudThat | Comments(0)

Things become very lengthy when we choose any configuration management tool for managing multiple servers. Just imagine, what if we get something which allows us to start automating tasks just after installation? While hunting for a way to automate all administrative tasks and for deployments with less efforts and time.

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Postfix Email Server integration with SES

Posted on July 7, 2016 by CloudThat | Comments(1)

Have you ever  thought of setting up a web or application server with your own mail server? Have you ever tried to do so and stuck at some point? Well, when you host a website or your application it is likely to have your own mail server to handle incoming and outgoing mail to your domain. Before I get into my topic, I assume that you have got basic knowledge on AWS. For any kind of cloud training please visit www.cloudthat.com.

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Install WordPress using AWS Codepipeline

Posted on May 17, 2016 by CloudThat | Comments(3)

In this blog we are going to show how we can install a Wordpress with AWS Codepipeline.

Before we begin the demo, let us brief you about the services which will be used.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is providing three services namely CodeCommit, CodeDeploy, CodePipeline as Developer Tools for the developers, which lets them to focus more on their application rather than deployment.

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