Ansible stands out for its capabilities in automating server provisioning and management. Ansible’s playbooks, its ability to group and organize resources, and numerous other features make it a great asset for administering servers.
Ansible is a popular open-source Infrastructure as Code (IaC) tool that can be used to complete common IT tasks like cloud provisioning and configuration management across a wide array of infrastructure components.
What is Ansible?Ansible is an open-source, software provisioning tool that automates application and IT infrastructure deployment.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn about several Ansible adhoc commands which are used by system and devops engineers.
Note This guide shows how to use the older Linode Ansible module to manage Linode infrastructure.
What is Ansible?Ansible is an automation tool for server provisioning, configuration, and management. It allows you to organize your servers into groups, describe how those groups should be configured, and what actions should be taken on them, all from a central location.
Playbooks define a set of tasks to be executed by Ansible on a group of managed nodes.
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