• Ansible, part III – YAML and Playbooks

    In the previous article, we showed how useful are ad-hoc commands. They allow us to run individual tasks on multiple nodes. Ad hoc commands are used on an ad hoc basis, hence their name. Their limitation is that they can only perform one module with one set of arguments at a time. It happens, that

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  • Getting started with Ansible – first playboo...

    Ansible has stolen the hearts of many Ops people Quite recently, during an AWS workshop, one of the topics was AWS OpsWorks. OpsWorks is actually a service that provides managed instances of Chef or Puppet. AWS admins and DevOps have been asked: “How do you automate configuration changes in your AWS environments?”. And, majority answered:

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