Ansible: Playbooks Deep Dive

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Stosh Oldham
I have been working with technology in some way or another ever since my high school days. After attaining my bachelor’s degree in computer science, I spent over a decade in IT working on anything from fixing printers to engineering enterprise IT systems. I now have the privileged of sharing my expertise as a Linux Training Architect for Linux Academy. When I am not sitting behind a terminal, I like going on holiday and spending time with my family.

Details

This course is the second in a series on Ansible where we focus in on writing Ansible playbooks.


While the first course in the series focused on installation, configuration, and ad-hoc commands, this course discusses what a play and playbook are in Ansible. Many key features of Ansible Playbooks are highlighted as we work through the course and a few new modules are introduced along the way.


Naturally, there are many demonstrations provided and some discussion on potential uses cases for the various features that are covered. Hands-on labs are provided throughout the course for students to practice their knowledge. After completing this course, students should be capable of writing Ansible playbooks for a number of various scenarios!


Interactive Diagram: https://interactive.linuxacademy.com/diagrams/AnsiblePlaybooks.html


Study Guides

Playbook and template examples

The playbooks and templates that are referenced throughout the course stored in a tar ball.

Study Guide

A course study guide containing examples and notes on course topics.

Interactive Diagram

https://interactive.linuxacademy.com/diagrams/AnsiblePlaybooks.html

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