Learn to use Terraform to create a Ubuntu 22.04 VM in VMware vSphere ESXi.
Learn how to use HashiCorp Packer to automate the creation of Ubuntu 22.04 Image Templates in VMware vSphere.
Are you sick and tired of getting bombarded with so many ads while browsing the Internet? Would you like to get rid of these annoying ads that distract you from doing real work? Check out Pihole Docker which is an easy-to-use ad blocker that you can run in your home network or in your office. As an added bonus we use the concepts of Infrastructure as Code with Ansible and Terraform to deploy Pihole Docker in a vSphere environment. All the source code is stored in GitLab.
Stop using outdated methods to create Windows virtual machines in vSphere. Instead, consider using Infrastructure as Code with Terraform to automate the process. In this blog post, you will learn how to do this and also how to join the Windows virtual machine to an active directory domain.
Learn how to build a Kubernetes k3s cluster in vSphere with Terraform and Packer
Automate the creation of Ubuntu 20.04 Image Templates in VMware using HashiCorp Packer
Stop using clickops and start automating with Infrastructure as Code concepts. In this video blog post you will learn how to use Packer to create Ubuntu 18.04 template images in vSphere then use Terraform to deploy these VMs.
Are you still creating vSphere images by clicking in the UI? Are you doing the same to deploy these images in vSphere? You really should stop and consider automating the process with Infrastructure as Code using Packer and Terraform. Learn how to do this in this video blog post.