Automation Broker Discovering Helm Charts

The Automation Broker works in conjunction with the Kubernetes Service Catalog to make services and applications easily deployable. An end user selects a service to be provisioned, selects a “plan” that describes the level of service (small, large, paid, free, persistent, ephemeral, etc), and then provides any required parameters. In this scenario, Helm charts can […]

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Automation Broker Versioning

The Automation Broker is preparing for OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) 3.10. With several releases of the Broker (formerly Ansible Service Broker) we wanted to take a few moments to communicate our release strategy. This blog post is designed to document a few things: The Automation Broker’s versioning strategy. Which version of the Broker targets a […]

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Asynchronous Bind with the Automation Broker

Introduction In June 2017, Todd Sanders & John Matthews introduced readers to the Ansible Playbook Bundles (APB) and the Automation Broker. Back then, the broker was named Ansible Service Broker but it serves the same function today, in conjunction with APBs, deliver simple to complex multi-container services to OpenShift or Kubernetes. The Ansible Playbook Bundles […]

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APB Development & Testing – Part 1

MongoDB-APB-workflow

Get an introduction to the world of Ansible Playbook Bundle development and learn how the Ansible Service Catalog, the Broker and the Bundles provide an automation layer above the traditional templates that will give you some extras capabilities like clustering, service binding, integration with external systems.

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