A simple and easy course to help you master popular IT automation software, Ansible!
Building server architectures from scratch is a tedious tasks, that requires writing hours and hours of boring, repetitive and boring codes over and over again. Well, with Ansible you can reduce your coding hours significantly.
Ansible is currently one of the most popular IT automation software on the market that makes it easy to set up, configure and deploy your servers and IT systems. Additionally, it also helps design a complete network from the ground up.
When it comes to automation software, Ansible offers some amazing benefits when compared to others such as:
no need for central servers
uses SSH natively
does not require any agent to be installed
uses Python as the primary language
is relatively easy to learn
Our course is the quickest and the easiest way to get up and running with Ansible!
This course as been designed to help you journey from a newbie automation tool user to an expert and a specialist. This course will help you start from the very beginning, understanding exactly how to get started with Ansible.
This course assumes you have never worked with any automation tool and only requires you to know how to work with Linux, everything else we will take care of! On this Ansible journey, you will not only learn why Ansible is the best, but also how to install it, set up its environment, learn key components and actually start automating your servers using this brilliant software.
At the end of this course, you will not only have the knowledge to get started with Ansible, but also the experience to start integrating Ansible into your own work life. Packed with numerous examples and step-by-step instructions, this course is your shot at becoming an automation wizard!
So, what are you waiting for? Hit the Enroll Now button and learn how Ansible can change your life!
Anyone who wants to learn configuration management and infrastructure automation using Ansible will find this course very effective
What is Ansible
Ansible Vs Other Tools
Creating the first machine
Integrating Ansible and Vagrant
Bootstrapping a test machine
Using Ansible without Playbooks
Deploying Maria DB
Working with Files
Upload files and directories to servers
Cron Job management
Installing PHP7 on the web server
Installation Next Steps
Building the LAMP infrastructure
Adding Data for testing
Adding Sample pages with CI
More About handlers
Store command output in a variable
Working with commands
Other advance features
Running playbooks locally
Enabling other options
Running Playbooks Partially
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