Pyora Updates

Hello all, If you used Pyora in the past, today I made some updates. Now it supports Python3 and the template was also updated to work with Zabbix 5.0, the 5.0 template is zabbix-template/Pyora.xml More info:

January 6, 2022 · 1 min · Danilo Fernando Chilene

Migrating from Ghost to Hugo

Have to admit the blog was pretty outdated, with no new posts, lack of an SSL certificate. Being pretty busy lately, but now that I have some free time finally decided to migrate my blog from Ghost, it was running a pretty old version, and no way to upgrade to a new Ghost version without some hacking, so, I heard about Hugo before and since is Go and I’m using Go a lot lately, decided to give it a try....

December 7, 2021 · 1 min · Danilo Fernando Chilene

Ubuntu 16.04 with Salt-API

Ubuntu 16.04 with salt-api 2018.3.2 Packages and configuration needed to get Salt-API running on Ubuntu 16.04. Salt ii salt-api 2018.3.2+ds-1 all Generic, modular network access system ii salt-common 2018.3.2+ds-1 all shared libraries that salt requires for all packages ii salt-master 2018.3.2+ds-1 all remote manager to administer servers via salt ii salt-minion 2018.3.2+ds-1 all client package for salt, the distributed remote execution system Requirements.txt backports.ssl-match-hostname== cached-property==1.3.0 chardet==2.3.0 CherryPy==3.2.3 cryptography==1.2.3 docopt==0.6.2 enum34==1.1.2 epydoc==3....

October 12, 2018 · 1 min · Danilo Fernando Chilene

OpenStack Ocata Deployment with OpenStack-Ansible using Ceph

OpenStack Ocata Deployment with OpenStack-Ansible using Ceph In this tutorial, we will deploy from zero a new OpenStack using OpenStack-Ansible. The purpose is to document all the steps that we did and the issues that we faced. We assume that you already have Ceph installed and configured, for Ceph deployment you can use This tutorial is based on Our stack 4 compute/infra nodes 4 ceph nodes OS: Ubuntu 16....

September 6, 2017 · 22 min · Danilo Fernando Chilene

Using Grafana with InfluxDB

I’m using InfluxDB a lot lately, InfluxDB is a time-series database written in Go. InfluxDB is easy to setup and to use, it comes with a CLI like MySQL for example and the commands are very similar, also, you have a web UI to make things even easier. If you want to develop applications using InfluxDB there is a ton of client libraries(Go, Python, Java, Ruby, etc.) too. In this tutorial we are going use InfluxDB 0....

December 10, 2015 · 3 min · Danilo Fernando Chilene