DO417 - Microsoft Windows Automation with Red Hat Ansible Course Overview

DO417 - Microsoft Windows Automation with Red Hat Ansible Course Overview

The Microsoft Windows Automation with Red Hat Ansible course is designed for users looking to automate Windows systems using Ansible, a powerful open-source automation tool. Through this course, learners will gain hands-on experience with the fundamentals of Ansible, including running simple commands, implementing playbooks, managing variables, installing software, and controlling tasks.

Starting with an Introduction to Red Hat Ansible Automation, the course progresses through modules that cover various aspects of automation such as Implementing Ansible Playbooks, Managing Variables and Facts, and Deploying Files. Additionally, learners will explore how to Interact with Users and Domains, Automate Windows Automation Tasks, and Manage Large Projects. The course culminates with constructing workflows in Ansible Tower, enabling learners to manage complex automation tasks efficiently.

By the end of the course, participants will have a strong foundation in automating Microsoft Windows environments using Red Hat Ansible, enhancing their IT automation and management capabilities.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure a successful learning experience in the Microsoft Windows Automation with Red Hat Ansible course, participants should have the following minimum required knowledge:


  • Basic understanding of Windows Server administration, including common tasks such as managing users, groups, and permissions.
  • Familiarity with command-line interfaces (CLI) and PowerShell scripting on Windows systems.
  • Basic concepts of systems and IT infrastructure, such as servers, networking, and storage.
  • A foundational knowledge of Linux or Unix systems is beneficial, as Ansible is typically run from a Linux control node.
  • Awareness of software deployment and Configuration Management practices.
  • No prior experience with Ansible is required, but understanding its purpose and basic concepts will be helpful.

These prerequisites are designed to give potential learners a baseline for what knowledge will be built upon during the course, without presenting an intimidating barrier to entry.


Target Audience for Microsoft Windows Automation with Red Hat Ansible

  1. Learn to streamline IT operations and enhance efficiency with Koenig Solutions' Microsoft Windows Automation with Red Hat Ansible course, tailored for system administrators and DevOps professionals.


  • IT Professionals who aim to automate Windows system tasks
  • System Administrators managing mixed IT environments
  • DevOps Engineers seeking to integrate Ansible into their workflow
  • Network Administrators looking to automate network configurations
  • Security Professionals automating security patching and compliance checks
  • Cloud Engineers automating cloud provisioning and management tasks
  • Software Developers interested in automating development environments
  • Technical Support Specialists aiming to automate routine maintenance tasks
  • Infrastructure Architects designing scalable and automated environments
  • IT Managers overseeing cross-platform automation strategies
  • Quality Assurance Engineers automating testing environments and tasks
  • IT Automation Consultants providing expertise on Ansible implementation


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Microsoft Windows Automation with Red Hat Ansible?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes:

This course equips students with the skills to automate Windows systems using Red Hat Ansible, covering fundamental concepts to advanced playbook strategies and integration with Ansible Tower workflows.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the essentials of Red Hat Ansible Automation and its application to Windows environments.
  • Execute simple automation commands on Windows hosts using Ansible.
  • Develop Ansible playbooks for consistent and repeatable automation tasks.
  • Manage and utilize variables and facts to create dynamic and flexible automation scripts.
  • Automate the installation and updating of software on Windows machines with Ansible.
  • Implement task control to manage the execution flow of Ansible tasks.
  • Use Ansible to deploy and manage files across Windows infrastructure.
  • Interact with users and manage Windows domains through Ansible automation.
  • Apply Ansible to perform routine Windows automation tasks, enhancing operational efficiency.
  • Manage complex automation projects using Ansible, scaling to large infrastructures.
  • Design and execute workflows using Ansible Tower, facilitating complex automation processes.