Getting started with Red Hat Ansible Platform
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Learn how to share and curate content with Ansible Automation Platform
Learn how to use Ansible to build two Apache web servers on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Get comfortable using Ansible Playbooks to install and configure Microsoft SQL Server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Explore the lab environment, and the various parts that go into successfully running your first Ansible Playbook.
Playbooks record and execute Ansible’s configuration, deployment, and orchestration functions. They can describe a policy you want your remote systems to enforce, or a set of steps in a general IT process. If Ansible modules are the tools in your workshop, playbooks are your instruction manuals, and your inventory of hosts are your raw material. At a basic level, playbooks can be used to manage configurations of and deployments to remote machines. At a more advanced level, they can sequence multi-tier rollouts involving rolling updates, and can delegate actions to other hosts while interacting with monitoring servers and load balancers along the way.
Ansible is not only a near-instantaneous, superluminal, interstellar communication device, it’s also Earth's most popular solution for multi-cloud automation. In this session, we will create live code playbooks that let you deploy your application workloads across multiple Infrastructure-as-a-Service (aka cloud) players. This session is mostly focused on getting you started, but there will also be numerous tips and best practices that Ansible veterans will enjoy.
Documentation and APIs
Easily deploy your code to multiple servers with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform
Whether you’re a small team of developers looking for an easy way to scale your application across multiple servers, or an established enterprise team wanting a better way to collaborate with operations, Ansible Automation Platform helps you quickly scale up and manage your stack.
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