- What is Ansible and the Ansible Way?
- How Ansible Works
- Ad-Hoc Commands (and demonstration)
- Introduction to Playbooks (and demonstration)
- Introduction to Roles (and demonstration)
- Creating the Roles Structure with Ansible-Galaxy (and demonstration)
- Breaking an Existing Playbook into a Role (and demonstration)
- Creating a New Role (and demonstration)
- Utilizing Roles in your Main Playbooks (and demonstration)
- Overview of Ansible Tower (and demonstration)
In this this official Red Hat® training course, Michelle Perz, a Senior Support Engineer for Red Hat Training, will teach students will the basics of Ansible and demonstrate the creation of a simple Ansible playbook from start to finish.
Ansible is an automation and configuration management technology used to provision, deploy, and manage compute infrastructure across cloud, virtual, and physical environments.
After attending this course, students will have a clear understanding of Ansible and the Ansible Way. Through short lectures and demonstrations, topics including ad hoc commands, playbooks, roles, ansible-galaxy and Ansible Tower will be explored.
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This course gave me a quick and clear overview of the use cases of Ansible at my work. Michelle was very enthusiastic & showed me how to execute commands.
Really good course for intermediate level. Good course if you want to refresh basics and learn ansible roles.
Very nice, getiing eager to know more and get experienced with Ansible. Thanks a lot!
It is good to a great extent .
I was only looking for an overview of Ansible and the content was commensurate. The preparation of the course was good and the voice of the presenter kept my focus. If I may suggest a 3 minute precursor be added to show prerequisites to use ansible (user should know, server should have, installation videos are located at...) and lastly an optional 3 minute video on how licensing works.