Automate the most common tasks as a System Administrator in Ubuntu Linux with some real-life examples, then show how you can do it. The Ansible Playbook
What you’ll learn
Automate Ubuntu Linux SysAdmin tasks in 30+ Ansible examples
- Automate the tasks that Ubuntu Linux System Administrators do.
- Ansible can be used in real-life situations, too.
- As modules, Ansible code can be used to make things work better.
- Ansible code that is only for Ubuntu systems.
- Ansible code that is only for Debian-like systems.
- It’s important to know the basics of Ansible
Learn how to use the Ansible automation tool with some real-life examples.
Every successful IT department these days needs automation to run bare metal servers, virtual machines, could, containers, and edge computing, as well as other things. Ansible is an automation tool that can help you speed up your IT journey.
I’m going to show you step by step how to do the most common tasks as a System Administrator.
You can use each of the 30+ lessons to learn more about an Ansible module you can use in your journey. A real-life test shows that each code works. In every video, you can use the console and check things out. Editing configuration files in Linux is now easy to do by editing a line, multiple lines, or a whole file from a template. You can also stop the execution, reboot a server, check out some code from a git repository, copy files to or from a remote host, restart services, register the systems to Subscription Manager, install packages, and roll updates, open firewalls, and more.
There are some Ansible codes that can be used on all of the Linux systems.
With the help of Ansible, can you make your day run smoothly every day?
Who this course is for:
- People who run the system.
- The person is an IT person.
- There is a cloud engineer.