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Let's declare the galaxy using Ansible

  • Apr 1, 2015 · 7:00 PM
  • Rackspace Benelux, Tauro building

Mark Coleman will be master of ceremonies & might talk about Docker and William Louth will cover his visionary approach and present a conceptual model/blueprint for the future of service mgmt in light of industry trends. 

The second part will be more practical/technical,  about one of the more popular topics that emerged in last meetup: How to declare your galaxy, i.e. setting up your (cloud/docker) infrastructure in manageable, testable units, and best practices managing/designing systems at scale using Ansible & galaxy.

Ideally we would have several people involved with roles on galaxy and source on github.

This is very exiting stuff I would say, and I hope you can help make this a landmark meetup! Please come to share ideas...

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