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Ansible Fundamentals LiveLessons [electronic resource] / van Vugt, Sander.

Author/Creator:
van Vugt, Sander, author.
Edition:
1st edition
Publication:
Addison-Wesley Professional, 2017.
Format/Description:
Video
1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 2 hr., 57 min.)
Form/Genre:
Electronic videos.
System Details:
video file
Summary:
4 Hours of Video Instruction 4 hours of video to get you started using Ansible, focusing on key skills with multimedia tutorials that can be applied to real-world scenarios. Overview Ansible Fundamentals LiveLessons provides a quick introduction to Ansible for administrators and developers who want to get started in a fast and easy way without spending too much time on details. Since it was first released, Ansible has become one of the most used systems for configuration management. This course covers key fundamental topics, so you can get up and running quickly. The course starts with an introduction to working with Ansible, including essential configuration to get you started as quickly as possible. You then learn about Ansible architecture and essential Ansible components, including playbooks, variables, task control, flow control, conditionals, and Jinja2 templates. Every lesson ends with a lab and lab solution, so you can see firsthand how to use Ansible in your own work. This course can also be used as a secondary resource to get you started studying for the Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Ansible Automation (exam 407). Skill Level Basic Linux skills required Learn How To * Get started with Ansible * Understand Ansible architecture * Work with playbooks * Work with variables, inclusions, and task control * Use flow control, conditionals, and Jinja2 templates Who Should Take This Course * IT professionals * System administrators * Developers * Red Hat professionals Course Requirements To run the labs in this course, two virtual machines with a Linux installation are required. Using CentOS 7.3 or higher is recommended. Lesson descriptions Lesson 1 demonstrates how to get started with Ansible. Get up and running as fast as possible. Run some tasks using Ansible to understand what it is doing and how it is doing it. Lesson 2 covers Ansible architecture and the different components that are typically involved in an Ansible environment. Understand how to run a successful Ansible deployment, and learn about modules, which are probably the most important parts of Ansible; they enable you to do anything in an Ansible environment. Lesson 3 covers Ansible playbooks. A playbook contains the instructions that are needed to run tasks in an Ansible environment, and they are written in the YAML format. Get started with YAML and create and run playbooks. Lesson 4 demonstrates how to work with variables, facts, and inclu...
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Online resource; Title from title screen (viewed October 18, 2017)
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