Using terraform in private cloud - terraform

Is it possible to use terraform to manage deployments on private cloud. I have gone through their official documentations but could find any information around this. If it's possible then which Provider should I use?
Update: I've missed some details previously.
We're using kvm/qemu as hypervisor to create VM's.

There is a libvirt provider that is able to manage resources in KVM and is listed on the community providers page.


Using Terraform to create a Service Fabric cluster issues

I am trying to use Terraform to create a Service fabric cluster in Azure.
I have created configurations for the follwoing resources using a template provided by Tvo
This will create the reasorces in Azure however the SFC just sits on "Deploying" and the Nodes themselves never display.
There seems to be a distinct lack of configuration resources for creating a Service fabric cluster using Terraform and HashiCorp's documentation on this resource example is not as in depth as for other resources.
Provisioning with Powershell is easier as more resources to guide.
If anyone has any working examples please can you share them?
I have managed to deploy this successfully by deploying and then going through the extensions in the ARM template. Then adding (in JSON string) in the Terraform config for VMSS
Could not find anywhere in the Terraform documentation on this resource to assist with this.

Does Delphi support using EC2 role credentials?

We have a Delphi application that access AWS services using some of the built-in classes such as TAmazonConnectionInfo. This application is currently deployed "on premise" but we'd like to be able to run it on EC2 instances.
We'd like to follow best practices and use role-based credentials, accessing them from the AWS metadata service. I guess we could build this code ourselves, but it seems like a basic feature that should be built in somewhere. I can't find it anywhere in Delphi XE2. Am I missing something? Is it available in a newer version of Delphi?

What parts of the AWS should I use for a web portal?

I am currently working on a web portal for a foundation. Applicants for a grant will receive access data in advance independently of this portal. New applications will then be created and processed in the portal itself. Once an application is complete, it is sent off. Later the application will be approved or rejected.
There are a number of technical specifications on which I have no influence. The frontend should be implemented using Html+Javascript. The backend should use the Amazon Web Services (AWS). If there is a need to program something for the backend - then C# should be used.
I know how to implement the classic client-server solution. At the moment, however, AWS offers me an unmanageable set of services. And here I'm hoping for suggestions as to which of the services I should take a closer look at. Ideally, no complete 'server solution' should run on a virtual server. Instead, Lambda functions are mentioned again and again. So would Amazon RDS and AWS Lambda be a sensible and sufficient combination? Did I miss something?
Thank you very much for your suggestions.
One solution would be to use AWS S3 to server HTML, CSS, JS, Images and other static content. You could use AWS Lambda via AWS API Gateway to serve as a backend. AWS Lambda would then connect to AWS RDS or AWS DynamoDB if you would prefer a NoSQL solution.
Image taken from AWS Github repo
You can get a more detailed description of how to set this up at

Working with Amazon Web Services

I have to build an online bookstore using AWS using SQS, SES and RDS services as homework but Im at a standstill. I read through the documentations about these services provided by Amazon but I cannot figure out how to make them communicate with each other and how to set up instances with the named services. SQS should be the backbone of this store. RDS should contain users and products in stock and SES is used to notification for the customer. I search google as thoroughly as I could but could not find anything related to my problem. If anyone could give me some pointers or lead me to some reading I may have missed I would be most grateful.
These services talk to each other, but they are functionally separate. You connect to and populate an RDS database the same way you'd connect to and populate any remote MySQL database. SQS and SES both are driven through the AWS API, which you tap into using the Amazon API tools:
You just create your Amazon AWS account, get your access credentials, put them into the environment variables (read the READMEs in the tools downloads) and start using them.
hope that helps.

Setup “Stackdriver Kubernetes Monitoring” for AWS

Google Cloud Platform announced "Stackdriver Kubernetes Monitoring" at Kubecon 2018. It looks awesome.
I am an AWS user running a few Kubernetes clusters and immediately had envy, until I saw that it also supported AWS and "on prem".
This is where I am getting a bit lost.
I cannot find any documentation for helping me deploy the agents onto my Kubernetes clusters. The closest example I could find was here, but the agents are polling for "internal" GCP metadata services.
E0512 05:14:12 7f47b6ff5700 Exception: Host not found (authoritative): ''
Im not sure the Stackdriver dashboard has "Stackdriver Kubernetes Monitoring" turned on. I don't seem to have the same interface as the demo here:
Im not sure if this is something which will get turned on when I configure the agents correctly, or something Im missing.
I think I might be missing some "getting started" documentation which takes me through the setup.
As per this article, currently Stackdriver Kubernetes Monitoring beta release only supports Kubernetes version v1.10.2 clusters running on Google Cloud Platform's Kubernetes Engine. To track when this feature will be available in AWS, I suggest creating a feature request in Public Issue Tracker.