This blog post contains a simply example to create a Virtual Private Cloud and a Kubernetes Cluster on IBM Cloud using Terraform.
This blog post is a (bigger) cheat sheet about: - How to setup a simple Ngnix as a load balancer on a Virtual Server Instance (VSI) that runs in a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)? - How to configure a Red Hat OpenShift project, to allow a REST endpoint invocation of an application inside the OpenShift project from a VSI instance that runs in the same VPC as the Red Hat OpenShift cluster?
This is a cheat sheet about, how to setup a virtual machine or virtual appliance in an IBM Cloud virtual private cloud (vpc) on a virtual server instance (vsi) with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 minimal install (RHEL8) as host operating system and a Ubuntu Linux operating system for the virtual machine or virtual appliance.
This is a “simple” cheat sheet, how to create a single virtual server instance (VSI) in the virtual private cloud (VPC) infrastructure on IBM Cloud. The blog post has four major sections: - Example architecture - Setup of a VPC network - Setup and configure the virtual server instance inside the VPC network - Access the virtual server instance from a local machine