With all this talk about VMware vs KVM I figured that I would attempt to load a base install of KVM to see what it was all about. Here is a quick vagrant runbook that will quickly get a 3 linux servers deployed and installed with KVM to play with. There are 3 nodes..MGMT01,KVM01 and KVM02. I use MGMT01 VMM to manage KVM01 and KVM02. The code can be found here.
So I am in the process of rolling out a new 2012R2 DHCP Server Cluster, and I thought i would share my scripts with the community. I have also rolled it into a Vagrant package so you can easily test it on your own, and execute the scripts by themselves against your environment to deploy. Here is a link to the GitHub repository containing all the code. The code is also fairly simple, it pulls in data from a few .
So as I was getting around to trying to get a host platform setup for a Jekyll blog I was looking at an alternative to GitHub Pages. I decided I would run it on Ubuntu Server using NGINX as the web platform. Here is a quick vagrant runbook that will quickly get a linux server deployed and install NGINX to host your website. The code can be found here. The bootstrap_linux_nginx.