This is awesome news. We had a use case where we used the ruby icontrol gem to find the front end ip address, which then allows you to query the pool, obtain the pool members, then once you have that you can use the node host names to go into the chef db, and retrieve, things like jdbc connection strings ( custom ohai plug in to retrieve these from tomcat, Web logic, joss, glassfish ). This then allows you to extract the host name of the db server. Now you have all the things to draw a near real time network map. This can then be passed to any diagramming package. Cannot think of a better use case. This is invaluable to the ops team.
Great work guys, I will go check out the chef integration. You guys rock. Sc0tt...
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I’ve updated our existing integration
to work with Enterprise Chef 11.1.4 and BIG-IP 11.4.1, using the 11.4.1 iControl ruby gem.
I’d like to use my lab to extend this integration and share with the community.
I’m based in France and cover the EMEA region.
Please let me know when would be a good time to talk.
Le 6 sept. 2014 à 00:35, “Matt Ray” email@example.com a écrit :
I’d be happy to discuss this. I’ve had a few conversations with folks
at F5, but I’ll be happy to discuss how we can work together.
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On Fri, Sep 5, 2014 at 5:31 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Could you please tell me if you’d be interested in a discussion on using Chef
I can provide an update on our integration, APIs etc
I’d really appreciate your feedback on use cases and best practices