To use, put the script in a file on the machine you want to run SAS, then make it executable.
chmod +x run_sas.sh
After that, you can use it to run SAS scripts:
When running a command with output that will be publicly available, you may not want to show IP addresses. This might come up with output from a freemium continuous integration (CI) service like TravisCI or CircleCI, for example. Pipe output into the following command to redact the first three segments:
sed -E 's/[0-9]+\.[0-9]+\.[0-9]+\.([0-9]+)/███.███.███.\1/g'
The squares are the Unicode "full block" character. Example use:
$ ansible-playbook -i digital_ocean.py --list-hosts playbooks/test.yml | sed -E 's/[0-9]+\.[0-9]+\.[0-9]+\.([0-9]+)/███.███.███.\1/g'
This talk chronicles the love story of two star-crossed protagonists, containers and bureaucrats. Root for the pair as they muddle their way through the trials and tribulations of procurement, compliance, and answering the question of “so a container is a VM, right?” Can regulation and policy be overcome to unite the two in glorious harmony? Or will this just end up being another technological missed connection?