Getting started with Ansible 14 – Roles


    Ansible is an incredible configuration management and provisioning utility that enables you to automate all the things. In this series, you’ll learn everything you need to know in order to use Ansible for your day-to-day administration duties. In video 14, we get started on roles. Roles in Ansible is one of its most amazing features, that allows you to categorize your hosts based on their intended purpose.

    Full series:
    Part 1 (Introduction):
    Part 2 (SSH Overview & Setup):
    Part 3 (Setting up the Git Repository):
    Part 4 (Running Commands):
    Part 5 (Running Elevated Commands):
    Part 6 (Writing our First Playbook):
    Part 7 (The ‘when’ Conditional):
    Part 8 (Improving your Playbook):
    Part 9 (Targeting Specific Nodes):
    Part 10 (Tags):
    Part 11 (Managing Files):
    Part 12 (Managing Services):
    Part 13 (Adding Users):
    Part 14 (Roles): This video
    Part 15 (Host Variables):
    Part 16 (Templates):

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    1. Well done! Btw, I notice you have a System76 linux laptop. Have you done any videos about it? From purchase to setting it up, to features of both the laptop and popos? I’m currently a Mac user, As more and more apps go subscription, I’m thinking about switching to Linux as my daily driver instead of just a server OS.