Ansible in RHEL/Centos 7

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Introdution

Before we start exploring the main components of Ansible – playbooks, configuration management, deployment, and orchestration – we’ll learn how to get Ansible installed and cover some basic concepts. We’ll also go over how to execute ad-hoc commands in parallel across your nodes using /usr/bin/ansible, and see what modules are available in Ansible’s core (you can also write your own, which is covered later).

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