Running Ansible Playbooks with Rundeck



This Rundeck demo shows you how to unleash the power of Ansible as part of your runbook strategy. In this session, we’ll take a look at how you can leverage Rundeck’s Ansible plugin as part of a job execution.

In this session you’ll learn:
*How to configure the Ansible plugin
*How to add nodes to Rundeck from an Ansible inventory file
*How to pass job options to an Ansible play book
*The different ways an Ansible playbook can be invoked

See a Demo of Rundeck Enterprise
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5 thoughts on “Running Ansible Playbooks with Rundeck”
  1. I'm trying to do the same thing with my vmware dynamic inventory that I collected with ansible playbook! but it doesn't work I can't have my machines as a node on rundeck from my inventory. did you configure ssh with your machines first?

  2. Is ansible plugin available in Rundeck community version? Can I have the ansible integration with rundeck document link shared?

  3. I am looking for a way to connect rundeck to an external Ansible/AWX tower and run templates that are already present there…what is the way to connect these two? Thanks in advance.

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