Introduction to Ansible
Ansible basics, architecture and terminology.
Install Ansible in the most common operating systems
Ansible modules to automate Linux tasks
Ansible module to interact with filesystem, file and directory creation, permission and delete
Perform user management under Linux system: user creation, deletion, change attributes, disable and enable
How to download and use Ansible Roles and Collection from Ansible Galaxy directory
Ansible modules to automate interaction with Web Services API
Ansible modules to automate Linux Security tasks
How to manage some RedHat-like specific configuration
How to manage some Debian-like specific configuration
How to manage some Suse-like specific configuration
Ansible Playbook code for Windows-like systems
The most commons Ansible errors, how to troubleshoot and fix.
How to install Ansible in Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 8 Today we’re going to talk about the easier way to install and maintain Ansible inside RHEL 8 with the distribution tools. I’m Luca Berton and welcome to today’s episode of Ansible Pilot.
Today we’re talking about How to install Ansible in RHEL 8. The easier way to install and maintain Ansible inside Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 8 with the distribution tools. The repository that contains Ansible is called the Ansible Engine software collection. The main advantage of using software collection is that you don’t require any external repository such as EPEL for this content. Software Collections are fully supported by Red Hat and included in your subscription plan.
Are you ready to make your hands dirty? Let’s jump in a quick live demo of how to install the latest and a specific version of Ansible in RHEL8.
#!/bin/bash sudo subscription-manager register sudo subscription-manager repos --enable ansible-2.9-for-rhel-8-x86_64-rpms sudo yum install ansible