Getting Started with Ansible (Part 1)

8 Comments



Ansible is an automation platform being developed by Red Hat, and it makes it easy to control large numbers of Linux servers in a consistent way. Today, I’ll be demonstrating the pre-usage setup required to use Ansible in your environment, then I’ll write a simple playbook to demonstrate some Ansible modules for performing basic tasks.

Join the Nerd Club: http://nerdclub.nots.co
Official website: https://nerdonthestreet.com
Discord server: https://discord.nots.co
Subreddit: https://reddit.com/r/nerdonthestreet
Facebook page: https://facebook.com/NerdOnTheStreet
Twitter feed: https://twitter.com/NOTS_Network
E-Mail: jacob@nerdonthestreet.com

source

8 Comments
    • blank
      Aria Seraj
      May 18, 2022 07:11 am Reply

      what a great video.

    • blank
      Peter Su
      May 18, 2022 07:11 am Reply

      good stuff

    • blank
      Borsting89
      May 18, 2022 07:11 am Reply

      Damn, you ar edoing Ansible, and just at the right time! You rock, Jacob!

    • blank
      Diarmaid Mac
      May 18, 2022 07:11 am Reply

      Only 3 mins in, but very clear intro on what ansible is!

    • blank
      Okema Julius Lapyem
      May 18, 2022 07:11 am Reply

      Lol been following this guy ever since and hes now grown beards

    • blank
      MITHUB OPENSOURCE LAB
      May 18, 2022 07:11 am Reply

      Since you are doing the exercise on Public Cloud, especially on Linode or Digital Ocean etc, ssh server is per-installed. For physical node, SSh server has to be installed on each node.

    • blank
      DevilDriver665
      May 18, 2022 07:11 am Reply

      Great series and content, keep them coming. I've really enjoyed your take on ansible, nicely done.

    • blank
      Son of the Southern Cross
      May 18, 2022 07:11 am Reply

      Grats on your RH certification mate, well done!

Leave us a comment