Ansible best practices for startups to enterprises



Ansible is the Swiss Army knife of DevOps, capable of handling many powerful automation tasks with the flexibility to adapt to many environments and workflows. Not all approaches are created equal though. Don’t let yours undermine the simplicity and power of Ansible. Based on actual experiences helping Ansible users, we’ll show you what to do, and what not to do, to create the most reliable, resilient, and easy-to-manage solutions.

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  1. Hi can any one help me to resolve this problem

    In my ST environment we are not in a position to properly tell what build is running, what service version are running, what is the configuration of the services-which means to what version of services the app is pointing.we are using .NET code.

  2. Does anyone know anyone in the AWS space, Linux or Azure technologies that has done this on YouTube or other social media and wants to do it for a large company going forward email me at John@ikvkc.com for more information about this remote position.

  3. so my main question is that with result.content where does .content come from? result was previously declared and made, but content was not. if return_content is applicable to result.content, then would not end.content be the same as start.content?

    You declare it as if it were a method, but I cannot see any true declaration of the method. Perhaps I'm reading a literal into a hypothetical, but this is still concerning as this is the 3rd time I've seen this inconsistency..

    If the methods are that ambiguous, how do you declare repeatable results?

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