What you'll learn:
- Able to write ansible playbooks and roles
- Automate regular system administration tasks
Are you just started working on your DevOps career? or are you a typical system administrator who doesn't know how to automate tasks? Then this course is for you.
Ansible for DevOps Beginners and System Admins course helps you to understand how Ansible works and automate your day-to-day activities. We have discussed various topics like ad-hoc commands, playbooks, variables, inventory, and roles with detailed examples.
I am sure that you will be able to automate your regular tasks using Ansible after the completion of this course.
Iwill continue to enhance this course according to the feedback and reviews.
What are you waiting for? Join me to learn Ansible now!
in this course, we have covered
what is ansible
why do we need ansible
how ansible works
how to prepare an ansible system on AWS
installing ansible on EC2 instance
setup and RHEL as an ansible managed node
Ansible Ad-hoc commands
Ansible configuration file - ansible.cfg
create your 1st ansible-playbook
setup additional managed nodes
run a ansible playbook
Yum module to install packages
file module to create or remove a file
copy module to copy a file
Install apache on Rhel
install apache on ubuntu
notify and handlers in a playbook
how to gather facts works
how when condition works
uninstall apache using when the condition
adding copy task to apache playbook
convert shell commands into ansible-playbook
using tags in a playbook
error handling in the ansible playbook
ansible vault introduction
using ansible vault with git
convert a playbook into a role
push your playbooks onto GitHub