Ansible by Examples: 100+ Automation Examples For Linux and Windows System Administrator and DevOps

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Luca Berton, Jan 31, 2022 - Computers
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Ansible is an Open Source IT automation tool. This book contains all of the obvious and not-so-obvious best practices of Ansible automation. Every successful IT department needs automation nowadays for bare metal servers, virtual machines, could, containers, and edge computing. Automate your IT journey with Ansible automation technology.

You are going to start with the installation of Ansible in Enterprise Linux, Community Linux, Windows, and macOS using the most command package manager and archives.

Each of the 100+ lessons summarizes a module: from the most important parameter to some Ansible code and real-life usage. Each code is battle proved in the real life. Simplifying mundane activities like creating a text file, extracting and archiving, fetching a repository using HTTPS or SSH connections could be automated with some lines of code and these are only some of the long lists included in the course.

There are some Ansible codes usable in all the Linux systems, some specific for RedHat-like, Debian-like, and Windows systems.

The 20+ Ansible troubleshooting lesson teaches you how to read the error message, how to reproduce, and the process of troubleshooting and resolution.

Are you ready to automate your day with Ansible?

Examples in the book are tested with the latest version of Ansible 2.9+ and Ansible Core 2.11+.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Ansible For Beginners With Examples
6
Install Ansible
75
Ansible For Linux
211
Roles and Collections with Ansible Galaxy
286
Ansible Tip Tricks
297
Ansible for Linux Filesystem
347
Ansible For Linux User Management
424
Ansible Playbook Code for Debianlike systems
565
Ansible Playbook Code for Suselike systems
604
Ansible Playbook Code for Windows
614
Ansible For Containers
713
Ansible For Kubernetes
775
Ansible for Network Automation
868
Ansible For VMware
885
Ansible Troubleshooting The Most Common Errors
907

Ansible Playbook Code interact with Web Services API
453
Ansible For Linux Security
466
Ansible Playbook Code for RedHatlike systems
508
Thank you
1016
Copyright

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About the author (2022)

Luca Berton is an Ansible Technical Support Engineer of Red Hat, based in Brno - Czech Republic. With more than 15 years of experience as SysAdmin, he has strong expertise in Infrastructure Hardening and Automation. Enthusiast of the Open Source supports the community sharing his knowledge in different events of public access. Geek by nature, Linux by choice, Fedora of course.

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