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Nick Miller

29 November 2018


Nick Miller has been a Linux enthusiast since high school. His day job focuses on Puppet, so he is new to Kubernetes and Ansible.

In the last blog, I went over the hardware basics of my Raspberry Pi cluster. I ended up using Ansible to do the configuration of my nodes over Puppet, because I didn’t want to install the Puppet agent. There are other tools, like rak8s, that use Ansible to prepare hardware nodes for Kubernetes. That wasn’t the point of my time on this project, so I did it by myself.

ansible, kubernetes, arm, raspberry pi, hypriot


Nick Miller

26 September 2018


Nick Miller has been a Linux enthusiast since high school. His day job focuses on Puppet, so he is new to Kubernetes and Ansible.

Kubernetes is what everyone is talking about these days, and what’s the cheapest way to get a physical Kubernetes cluster sitting on your desk? A cluster made of Raspberry Pis! After a total cost of around $350 and too many hours to count, I have a reasonably stable and tiny learning platform.

ansible, kubernetes, arm, raspberry pi, hypriot


Lisa Umberger

01 June 2017


SIMP (System Integrity Management Platform), powered by Puppet, is designed to establish and operate consistent state infrastructures.  Too often, I hear organizations debate over whether to use Puppet or Ansible.  This debate may be fueled by a team’s desires to reduce cost, the comfort and knowledge of staff, and a move to consolidate tooling in a given stack. My position is, why not both?  

simp, ansible, puppet

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