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Punnapulusu / sonar.md
Created Dec 9, 2018 — forked from sysboss/sonar.md
SonarQube on AWS EC2 - Installation and integration with Jenkins
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This article will briefly describe how to install SonarQube as Docker container on Amazon EC2 and integrate it with Jenkins.

Create database instance and user

Go to RDS > Parameter Groups
Create a new Parameter Group with the following parameter:

max_allowed_packet = 268435456

We need to create a new RDS database for SonarQube (you may use an existing MySQL instance)

  1. Go to RDS Instances
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Punnapulusu / create-certs.sh
Created Nov 6, 2018 — forked from sethvargo/create-certs.sh
Use openssl to create an x509 self-signed certificate authority (CA), certificate signing request (CSR), and resulting private key with IP SAN and DNS SAN
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# Define where to store the generated certs and metadata.
DIR="$(pwd)/tls"
# Optional: Ensure the target directory exists and is empty.
rm -rf "${DIR}"
mkdir -p "${DIR}"
# Create the openssl configuration file. This is used for both generating
# the certificate as well as for specifying the extensions. It aims in favor
# of automation, so the DN is encoding and not prompted.
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