If you are new to ansible I would recommend reading my previous article Ansible: Getting Started [https://www.googlinux.com/ansible-getting-started/] Ansible is agent less and works on SSH to manage and automate tasks on Linux nodes. We would also like this automation to be un-attended. To achieve this, managed
Soon after Ansible turned five, version 2.3 was released. There are a lot of new features in this version specifically related to networking. Like, Persistent connections framework, network_cli connection plugin and netconf connection plugin. There are 280+ new modules available in Ansible 2.3. Below is the list
Ansible and Docker have acquired a larger share among DevOps products & tools. So how about creating a generic ansible playbook to deploy a docker container. > If you are new to Ansible, I would recommend you to go through Ansible: Getting Started [http://googlinux.com/ansible-getting-started/]. We start our playbook by
WHAT IS ANSIBLE? Ansible was originally written by Michael DeHaan in Python with its first release on February 20, 2012. It was later acquired by Red Hat. Ansible is an open source configuration management and orchestration utility. It helps to automate deployment or softwares and configurations of multiple remote hosts.