J. S., Framestore CFC
B. M., London Internet Exchange
Ansible training course contents
What is ansible?
The language, the engine, the framework. Uses of ansible, orchestration.
Hands on: Installing ansible.
Controlling machines, nodes, Agentless, SSH, modules, JSON protocol. Configuration management, inventories, playbooks, modules, roles.
Hands on: Getting started, running ad hoc commands.
Ansible and Vagrant
Prototyping and testing.
Hands on: Using ansible with Vagrant
Ad hoc commands
Parallelism, shell commands, managing files and directories, file transfer, package management, manage user and groups, deploying applications, service management, background jobs, checking log files, managing cron jobs.
Hands on: Using ad hoc commands.
Built in modules, custom modules, return values.
Hands on: Using modules.
ansible-playbook, users, sudo, YAML, plays, tasks, handlers, modules.
Hands on: Running playbooks.
Handlers, variables, environmental variables, playbook variables, inventory variables, variable scope and precedence, accessing variables, facts, ansible vault. Conditionals, wait_for.
Hands on: Using variables and conditions in playbooks.
Roles and includes
Dynamic includes, Handler includes, playbook includes. Roles, role parts: handlers, files, templates, cross platform roles, ansible galaxy.
Hands on: includes example, building roles.
/etc/ansible/hosts, inventory variables, static inventories, dynamic inventories.
Hands on: Static and dynamic inventories.
Individual server cookbooks, Main playbook for configuring all servers.
Hands on: Playbooks.
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