orcharhino ask me anything Workshop on 23.03.2021

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The orcharhino ask me anything workshop is a platform where orcharhino consultants, developers, and the support team answer questions that they are repeatedly asked by orcharhino users in their daily work.

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Deploying an ELK Cluster with Application Centric Deployment

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Starting with orcharhino 5.7, you can deploy applications via the in-house developed application-centric deployment (short: ACD) plugin. ACD allows you to deploy multi-host applications with the click of a button based on Ansible playbooks and application definitions. Refer to the application-centric deployment guide for more information.

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orcharhino Report Templates

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Introduction This blog article introduces report templates as a built-in, easy method within orcharhino to generate customizable reports on the managed hosts. As an example, we develop a report template, which returns the kind and number of installable patches and errata for each registered orcharhino host.

orcharhino meets Cloud

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Der Aufbau einer eigenen IT-Infrastruktur inklusive der Server ist aufwendig und teuer – doch ein funktionierendes Rechenzentrum ist fundamental für jedes Unternehmen. Denn um zu wachsen und sich den aktuellen Anforderungen flexibel anpassen zu können, muss vor allem die dazugehörige IT stets einen Schritt voraus sein. Dafür gibt es jetzt “orcharhino in the Cloud” (kurz: OitC).

Save the rhino

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Schon seit einigen Jahren unterstützt die ATIX AG die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation „Save The Rhino“ (Kurz STR). Die in Großbritannien ansässige Organisation für Naturschutz setzten sich für vom Aussterben bedrohte Nashörner auf der ganzen Welt ein. 

DocOps at ATIX – the deploy stage: Automatically deploying to an internal http server via our Documentation Gitlab Pipeline

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This short blog series will explain how we automatically test, build, and deploy documentation mostly using vim, git, sphinx, docker, and gitlab. This „DocOps at ATIX“ blog article describes how we deploy our built documentation to an internal http server via our Documentation Gitlab Pipeline.

DocOps at ATIX – the build stage: Adding ‚make html‘ for our style guide to our Documentation Gitlab Pipeline

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This short blog series will explain how we automatically test, build, and deploy documentation mostly using vim, git, sphinx, docker, and gitlab. This blog article describes how to use ‚make html‘ and add this make target for our style guide to our internal Gitlab pipeline.

DocOps at ATIX – the test stage: Adding ‚make linkcheck‘ to our Documentation Gitlab Pipeline

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This short blog series will explain how we automatically test, build, and deploy documentation mostly using vim, git, sphinx, docker, and gitlab. This blog article describes how to use ‚make linkcheck‘ and add it to our internal Gitlab pipeline.

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DocOps at ATIX – Automatically building documentation using Gitlab Pipelines and Sphinx

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At ATIX, we are using Sphinx to build our documentation. There are different make targets to build and test the documentation sources like html, latexpdf, spelling, and linkcheck. Refer to the Makefile provided by sphinx-quickstart for more information.