Setting up NMAS with remote Docker integration with Ubuntu docker hosts
I’ve previously blogged about setting up NMAS and setting up Netscaler CPX
CPX here –> https://msandbu.wordpress.com/2016/05/14/setting-up-the-netscaler-cpx-load-balancing-on-a-ubuntu-docker-host-with-nginx/
Now with the upcoming features in NMAS one of the cool stuff is being able to manage and deploy CPX instances directly fron NMAS. All we need to do is configure the dockers hosts properly with remote Docker API. (Which means that we do not need to install the CPX on the docker host manually) Remember that CPX is only supported on Ubuntu!
It’s been tricky to find the correct setup for the remote API, since this is the API that NMAS uses to configure the CPX instances. So here are the steps that needs to be done on the docker host before we can manage it using NMAS.
Read the entire article here, Setting up NMAS with remote Docker integration with Ubuntu docker hosts
via Marius Sandbu.