Ansible Vagrant Examples
This repository contains a collection of example virtual machines running various applications. The VMs are created via Vagrant and provisioned via Ansible.
cd into any of the included directories and run
vagrant up, and a generic Linux VM will be booted and configured in a few minutes. You just need to install Vagrant, VirtualBox, and Ansible. View the included README.md file in any of the subdirectories to find out more about the particular VM.
All of these examples use a combination of roles I’ve added to Ansible Galaxy, and were created to help demonstrate Ansible’s simplicity and flexibility.
Read more about Ansible and how I use it to manage infrastructure in Ansible for DevOps, a book I’ve written.
VMs/Apps Currently Present
- Docker (
docker- Docker container building and management (builds a simple LAMP stack).
- Drupal (
drupal- LAMP/LEMP-based Content Management System)
- ELK (
elk- Log monitoring (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana) and forwarding (Logstash forwarder))
- GitLab (
gitlab- Ruby-based GitHub-like Git web interface)
- GlusterFS (
gluster- A robust distributed filesystem)
- Gogs (
gogs- Go-based GitHub-like Git web interface)
- Jenkins (
jenkins- Java-based Continuous Integration server)
- LAMP (
lamp- Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP)
- LEMP (
lemp- Linux Nginx, MySQL, and PHP-fpm)
- Munin (
munin- Munin and munin-node monitoring server)
- Node.js (
nodejs- Node.js-based API app using restify)
- Phergie (
phergie- PHP IRC Bot)
- Rails (
rails- Ruby on Rails demo app running on Passenger/Nginx)
- Apache Solr (
solr- Java-based text search service)
- SonarQube (
sonarqube- Java-based code quality analysis and review tool)
- SVN (
svn- An SVN server using Apache for a web interface)
- Svn2Git (
svn2git- A VM which includes KDE’s Svn2Git for repository conversions)