This is going to be a short and sweet post. Currently enhanced networking is not working with the Canonical Ubuntu 12.04 HVM AMI.
So now we have our systems up and running with Ubuntu 10.04 and next you want to make sure that some common configuration files are identical across your infrastructure. You also want to have specific components installed on specific servers, for instance you want your databases installed on your database servers, you want your applications
I was tasked with the job of assisting my company with the operationalization of emerging technologies such as mongodb. Specifically how we can automate many of the manual steps involved with upgrades, backup and recovery and even deployment. Today, I want to talk about how to handle rolling upgrades of mongodb with fabric and puppet.
An interesting article by Swapnil Bhartiya over on Muktware discusses this prospect with Prakash Advani, Canonical’s Partner Manager for Central Asia and Bhartiya indicates that Ubuntu has found its own niche, “an Apple-like approach.” The question of whether Ubunto plans to go into hardware as a complete solution is then asked. Advani asserts that there