Convert your shell commands as Ansible playbook | Ansible playbook to install tomcat server

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29 thoughts on “Convert your shell commands as Ansible playbook | Ansible playbook to install tomcat server”
  1. This is another "Thank u" comment because you deserve it. So clear and practical at the same time. Thanks a lot.

  2. You folks are great. it was such a nice tutorial on tomcat download and installation using ansible-playbook . A MILLION THANKS TO YOUR ENTIRE STAFF POSTING ALL THESE WONDERFUL VIDEOS.

  3. Clear explanation!!! Doing great job 🙌Why YouTube suggested this so late 😣 anyway m gonna go through one by one from now on🤘🙌

  4. Oh my goodness… this is BY-FAR the best video about converting shell scripts I've seen. Red Hat's videos are terrible in comparison to this. Thanks for providing a good example for me to follow.

  5. great video. Another question is what module would you recommend when login into the system is waiting for a key strike like a "y" before you can go ahead. Would you do this with a shell or command module?

  6. instead of pointing ip addresses to indicate ansible server you can change the hostname ….by editing the file vi /etc/hosts and vi/etc/hostname…it would be lot easier to know which server we are on ..!

  7. I don't know how to say thanks to you but you are helping a lot for my day to day activities.

  8. First comment, Shankar garu Ur videos helped me a lot , bought from udemy also although I am gud at devops, could you add blue green deployment to ur course in udemy using AWS ALB

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