Automate EVERYTHING with Ansible!

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    Ansible. Need I say more? Well, maybe, if you’ve never heard of it. Ansible is a simple IT / DevOps automation that anyone can use. You can Automate anything with an SSH connection and WITHOUT installing any agents or clients. Join me as we set up, configure and start automating with Ansible!

    See our collection of common homelab ansible playbooks here! https://github.com/techno-tim/ansible-homelab

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    00:00 – Intro
    00:51 – The problem at hand
    01:15 – What is Ansible? Ansible 101
    01:35 – Ansible use cases
    02:18 – Ansible requirements and setting up our workstation
    03:22 – Ansible & SSH
    04:02 – Ansible Inventory files
    05:20 – Ansible module commands
    06:18 – sshpass program
    06:52 – What are you we going to automate now?
    07:14 – Ansible Playbooks
    07:48 – Ansible playbooks yml
    08:04 – Create a playbook using the Ansible apt module
    09:22 – command with ask-become-pass
    10:05 – Execute our apt upgrade playbook
    11:16 – Create a playbook to install software
    13:06 – Create a playbook that uses a template with multiple tasks
    15:56 – Execute our playbook that starts / stops / copies file
    16:42 – My challenge to you!
    17:12 – Do you use Ansible?
    17:46 – Stream Highlights – It’s overwhelming all of the knowledge I need…

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