Docker on Bare Metal with Auto Deploy of Docker Swarm using the Stacki Pallet
Wed, Mar 22, 11:00 am PST
With Docker version 1.12, “swarm mode” comes in Docker Engine. While installing Docker has gotten easier, deploying Docker Swarm Mode automatically has a few tricks to get it working properly.
In this webinar, Joe will go over getting your bare metal to run docker-engine, deploying docker swarm mode automatically, and deploying some monitoring for those containers with the new open source Stacki Pallet for Docker. The new Pallet will be available for download with documentation before the webinar. We will email all registrants when it is posted on GitHub.
Networking Tips & Tricks: Multi-subnet, VLANs, Bonding, and More
Wed, Apr 12, 11:00 am PST
Stacki, as it is initially installed, will quickly install as many machines as you need with intelligent default settings. But it is rare that your environment requires default settings. You may have complex network topologies, policies about what you can and can’t do, VLANs, more subnets than you want, IPMI, bonded interfaces, and virtual machines.
In this webinar, Joe will show you how to do bonding, VLANS, talk to your IPMI, add multiple networks, and PXE boot off of those, and deal with the potential muddle DNS can be. He’ll also cover what you need to do to massage your backend networks into place – most of which can be done without a reinstall.
Inst a Kuberntes Cluster on Bare Metal with the new Open Source Sacki Pallet for Kubernetesalling
Watch this recorded webinar to see how to build a Kubernetes cluster using the Stacki Pallet for Kubernetes. The Pallet runs on the Stacki framework giving you a functioning Kubernetes cluster with a kubernetes-dashboard deployment if you request it.
Building a Hadoop Cluster with Stacki and the new Open Source Hortonworks Pallet
Watch this recorded webinar to learn how to set up Stacki, the HDP Bridge pallet, Ambari, and then install Hadoop on a running cluster.
How Salesforce Integrates Stacki & Chef
In this recorded webinar, Dave Peterson, Lead Systems Engineer at Salesforce, explains how he used Stacki & Chef together to automate his 1600+ node environment.
Building datacenters with Stacki and Ansible
See how Stacki and Ansible work together to provide complete datacenter automation.
Creating a Virtual Stacki Environment with Vagrant
Learn how to rapidly spin up and test drive Stacki in a VM — no need to go through the install process.
Stacki Bare Metal CoreOS Demo
Joe Kaiser of StackIQ demonstrates using Stacki to install CoreOS on bare metal, talking about caveats and the power Stacki brings to installation automation.