you create a Docker Swarm stack file:
image: ubuntu # or your custom Docker image
Then, with docker stack you can run your 10000 Ubuntu's on one or - probably better in this case - a set of Swarm hosts. This could be bare metal or AWS. Enjoy!
For MAC address is very ...
Well, there is no rename, it is a multi-step process, which involves renaming a bunch of entries inside the vmx file, using vmware-vdiskmanager to rename to vmdk and in general doing a bunch of potentially problematic actions if you don't know what you are doing.
You could probably write a quick Perl script to do all that using this guide.
Another option ...
PowerShell Desired State Configuration:
Great support for Microsoft Technologies (IIS, Exchange, SharePoint, etc.)
OS and PowerShell Version requirements can become prohibitive.
WinRM and the LCM can be flakey requiring fiddling around restarting services to get it working.
Opensource Ecosystem isn't as strong.
If you are using the docker-compose file from that github repo it's using traefik and should correctly expose port 8000, that should default to 0.0.0.0:8000.
Maybe Ubuntu firewall is blocking incoming TCP port 8000. That could explain why it works on drupal.localhost:8000 which most likely resolves to 127.0.0.1 but not from 192.* LAN.
Check Ubuntu firewall:
There shouldn't be any reason why you can't. I think that the issue would be in getting the memory management correct on the host. The orchestration would be the same.
Here's some resources:
Thanks for your response @Zeitounator. I'm running Ansible 2.8
Since posting this I have received an answer that works for me. I realized that these facts are presented as a list of dicts as noted in the doco, but I was still having trouble for some reason (confused myself badly.) The solution hinges on using with_items instead of with_dict and using an ...
The first thing I can recommend for you is to remove all of the manual steps in your deployment pipeline. DevOps is all about automating as much as possible to allow for fast, frequent, and safe deployment of your infrastructure.
Second, if you haven't already, I would recommend using a build and deployment tool (Jenkins, Bamboo, GitLabCI, etc.) to compile ...
Have a look at this page which documents EnvironmentBrowser for clues of which setting to edit.
Possibly something has a relative path that is now modified, or a resource that's fully used up or no longer available (or no longer valid, but that makes little sense if it's the same VM host).
There are several related system engineering trade-offs and choices involved in answering your question. It may be helpful going forward to tackle this question by first prioritizing your objectives and then making the selection and trade-off decisions about VLAN structure, cluster(pod) sizes, etc. to decide which options give you the most bang for the buck ...