In this video we look at Ansible, which can be used for various automation functions in modern networking. We’ll cover some important characteristics and features of Ansible, and then we’ll take a practical look at this in a lab environment.
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Kevin Wallace, CCIEx2 #7945 Emeritus (Collaboration and R&S)
Thank you! This was amazing!
What IOS image are you using?
what will happen if I input the wrong command syntax under section lines?
I guess ansible will shown the error message but I'm not sure that will stop task or skip error and continue to the next line command.
Nice video and demo, Can I get a playbook example website
First I would like to say thank you for making this video, helps a ton!!!! I have a question, I have started testing with ansible in my home lab, but I want to know how to keep ansible from capturing login banner?? Thanks in advance.
Nice demo, many thanks.
👍 Excellent. Thanks
great video! Thanks
@19:55 A space in the hosts file does not denote the end of a group. You may very well leave them out and your file will be read by Ansible without any issues. What denotes the end of a group is the beginning on next "section" (other group, group vars) or end of a file.
so about 5 minutes of ansible knowledge and 27 minutes about setting up a lab.
once again excellent content….thanks for sharing and keep them coming
Thank you, I knew nothing about Ansible, great introductory content!
I would like to have more videos going deeper into ansible.
Top notch presentation. Was able to download Ansible onto my Ubuntu laptop and follow along.
Cheers Mate. A well documented & great example
How can two different people sound so similar?
Is eveNG Good to start learning Ansible? I don't mind buying it I'd like to not have to buy a bunch of equipment but I will if need be.. getting into automation right after CCNA.
Thanks would be great if you make some more videos 😊
Where did the beard go mister Judd?
Simple and superb demonstration!!
Very good video, Charles.
Clear and straightforward demo. Thank you so much