Building Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) using Ansible and Azure DevOps
At the 2020 NetApp INSIGHT™ Digital Event, Senior Systems Administrator Matt Norton demonstrated IT’s second-generation Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering inside NetApp.
From a self-service portal built on ServiceNow, users can register their business applications directly into the CMDB. As a service, it automatically provisions and deprovisions virtual machines, logical load balancers, storage (NAS, block, object), and performs “Day 2” operations like start, stop, and resize.
Take 10 minutes now to learn about NetApp IT’s self-service approach to infrastructure automation. It is a quick demo on the IaaS portal inside NetApp including an overview of the architecture, user interface, and its integration with Ansible Tower and Azure DevOps.
As the Senior System Administrator for Cloud and Compute Services at NetApp, Matt Norton designs, implements, and supports infrastructure services for the NetApp global enterprise. He creates user interfaces for the internal CloudOne platform that includes DevOps, IaaS, PaaS, DBaaS, and CaaS.