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Infrastructure as Code (IAC) Cookbook by Pierre Pomes, Stephane Jourdan

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Provisioning a GitLab CE + CI runners on OpenStack

OpenStack is a very popular open source cloud computing solution. Many providers are based on it, and you can roll your own in your data center. In this example, we'll use the public OpenStack by OVH, located in Montreal, QC (Canada), but we can use any other OpenStack. There're differences in implementation for every custom deployment, but we'll stick with very stable features.

We'll launch one compute instance running Ubuntu LTS 16.04 for GitLab, with a dedicated block device for Docker, and two other compute instances for GitLab CI runners. Security will allow HTTP for everyone, but SSH only for a known IP from our corporate network. To store our builds or releases, we'll create a container ...

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