ansible for every system administrator

Ansible Automation for Linux and Unix System Administration Tasks with real life Examples for Beginner
ansible for every system administrator
File Size :
2.22 GB
Total length :
5h 51m



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ansible for every system administrator

What you’ll learn

Will learn how to use Ansible
Will learn how to create and execute ad hoc command
will learn how to create and execute playbook
Will learn how to Automate your System Administration tasks

ansible for every system administrator


Most have some knowledge of Linux or Unix
Little knowledge of shell scripting will be better but not required


This course in 2023 will teach you how to become a Ansible Automation for Unix Operation System and Linux Operation System,  Here I shall provide almost common Examples in real life, what almost best practice. Hopefully you will learn much information about Ansible on this course—————————————————————-What is Ansible :Ansible is an open-source software provisioning, configuration management, and application-deployment tool enabling infrastructure as code.[2] It runs on many Unix-like systems, and can configure both Unix-like systems as well as Microsoft Windows. It includes its own declarative language to describe system configuration. Ansible was written by Michael DeHaan and acquired by Red Hat in 2015. Ansible is agentless, temporarily connecting remotely via SSH or Windows Remote Management (allowing remote PowerShell execution) to do its tasks.HistoryThe term “ansible” was coined by Ursula K. Le Guin in her 1966 novel Rocannon’s World,[3] and refers to fictional instantaneous communication systems.The Ansible tool was developed by Michael DeHaan, the author of the provisioning server application Cobbler and co-author of the Fedora Unified Network Controller (Func) framework for remote administration.Ansible, Inc. (originally AnsibleWorks, Inc.) was the company founded in 2013 by Michael DeHaan, Timothy Gerla, and Saïd Ziouani to commercially support and sponsor Ansible.[7][8][9] Red Hat acquired Ansible in October 2015.Ansible is included as part of the Fedora distribution of Linux, owned by Red Hat, and is also available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, openSUSE, SUSE Linux Enterprise, Debian, Ubuntu, Scientific Linux, and Oracle Linux via Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux (EPEL), as well as for other operating systems.


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 what is Ansible

Lecture 2 Prerequisites

Lecture 3 Udemy Platform

Section 2: LAB

Lecture 4 LAB Plan

Lecture 5 Stage 1 ( Download VM workstation Pro 15 )

Lecture 6 Stage 2 ( Setup the Network )

Lecture 7 Stage 3 ( Create a VM for Unix )

Lecture 8 Stage 3 ( Download Unix Solaris 11 )

Lecture 9 Stage 3 ( Install Unix Solaris 11 )

Lecture 10 Stage 4 ( Create a VM for Linux )

Lecture 11 Stage 4 ( Download Linux CentOS )

Lecture 12 Stage 4 ( Install Linux CentOS )

Lecture 13 Stage 5 ( Install CentOS for Ansible )

Lecture 14 Enhance the VMs

Lecture 15 Connect the Servers with SSH

Lecture 16 Stage 5 ( Install Ansible on Linux CentOS )

Lecture 17 Validate ansible

Lecture 18 Passwordless

Lecture 19 Testing our LAB

Lecture 20 Changing the hostname

Section 3: Privilege Escalation

Lecture 21 Privilege Escalation

Section 4: Yaml

Lecture 22 ansible : yml

Lecture 23 Idempotent Color

Section 5: Ad Hoc Command

Lecture 24 ansible : Ad Hoc vs Playbook

Lecture 25 ansible : Ping Command

Lecture 26 ansible : Variable

Lecture 27 ansible : Debug

Section 6: Important Command in Ansible

Lecture 28 ansible : Gather Facts

Lecture 29 ansible : Shell vs Command

Lecture 30 ansible : When

Lecture 31 ansible : Register

Lecture 32 ansible : Fail

Section 7: Ansible Modules

Lecture 33 What is Ansible Modules

Lecture 34 ansible : Copy Modules

Lecture 35 ansible : File Modules

Lecture 36 ansible : lineinfile Modules Part 01

Lecture 37 ansible : lineinfile Modules Part 02

Lecture 38 ansible : Archive Modules

Lecture 39 ansible : Unarchive Modules

Lecture 40 ansible : Fetch Modules

Lecture 41 ansible : Services Modules

Section 8: system tasks

Lecture 42 ansible : Create a User using Ansible

Lecture 43 ansible : Reset Account Password

Section 9: Bonus

Lecture 44 Connect Cisco Switch Or Router via Console Cable

Lecture 45 Changing Hard Disk for the Server

Lecture 46 Changing Tape Library Server Storage

Lecture 47 Bonus Lecture

Anyone interested to become IT Automation with Ansible

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 5h 51m | 2.22 GB
Created by: Tareq Tech

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