Open Source/Configuration Management with Ansible


Configuration Management with Ansible Certification Training Course Overview

Ansible is an open source IT Configuration Management, Deployment & Orchestration tool. It aims to provide large productivity gains to a wide variety of automation challenges. This tool is very simple to use yet powerful enough to automate complex multi-tier IT application environments.

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Configuration Management with Ansible (32 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Modules

  • Ansible: An Introduction
  • Current IT Automation State
  • Configuration Management
  • Ansible History
  • Introducing Ansible
  • How Ansible Works
  • Dataflow
  • Case Study
  • Ansible Way of Configuration Management
  • Infrastructure as a Code (IaC)
  • Idempotency
  • Ansible Terminology
  • Pre-Requisites for Controller Node
  • Installation and Configuration
  • Ansible Configuration File
  • Pre-Requisites for Managed Node
  • Ansible Inventory
  • Ansible Communication
  • Ansible Architecture
  • Ansible Modules
  • Ad-Hoc Remote Executions
  • Ansible Commands
  • Connections and Privilege Escalations
  • YAML Structure
  • Ansible Playbooks
  • Playbooks Structure
  • Playbooks Syntax Checks
  • Playbooks Smoke Test
  • Playbooks Real-Time Run
  • Playbook Examples 1
  • Ansible Variables: An Introduction
  • 1 Defining Variable in Ansible Cod
  • Use Cases
  • Ansible Facts
  • Facts in Playbooks
  • Disabling Facts
  • Conditionals in Ansible
  • Loops in Ansible
  • Handlers in Ansible
  • Introduction
  • Directory Structure
  • Role Creation
  • Include and Dependency Management
  • Introduction
  • Real-Time Example with Ansible Vault
  • Ansible Galaxy: An Overview
  • Real-Time Example with Ansible Galaxy
  • Copy and Fetch Modules
  • Facts
  • Forks
  • Serial & Max_Fail_Percentage
  • Asynchronous Action and Pooling
  • Delegate
  • Ignore Failed Commands
  • Tags
  • Jinja2 Templates
  • Dry-Run

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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Computer Knowledge.

Benefits of Ansible :

Simplified Automation

Ansible is a simple-to-use platform, easy to install and configure, with a very fast learning rate. In less than 30 minutes, it’s possible to install and configure the system and execute ad hoc commands for servers to solve a specific problem: daylight saving time adjustments, time synchronization, root password change, updating servers, restarting services, and so on.

Low Learning Curve

Ansible is easy to deploy because it uses no agents or additional custom security infrastructure. It also leverages YAML, a simple language to describe your automation job via playbooks. Playbooks push the desired settings on the hosts defined in the inventory and can even be run ad hoc (via the command line, not requiring definitions in files).

Automate Now

From the moment you can ping the hosts through Ansible, you can start automating your environment. Begin with small tasks, following best practices, prioritizing tasks that add value to the business, solve major problems, and gain time and improving productivity.

 

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