The networking industry is telling us all that we need to learn Python, we need to do programmability, the CLI is dead. But for most of us nothing has changed and we are thinking what is all the fuss about? The truth is that using Python for Network Automation is a skill that all network […]
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For most network engineers getting started with network automation, the first question is usually Ansible or Python for Network Automation? Whilst Ansible is written in Python you don’t need to know any Python to be able to use it. Whilst to perform any network automation using Python you need to understand it very well. This […]
The Ansible Hosts File or Inventory file tells Ansible about the hosts that it can connect to. For Ansible to automate a Linux Server, Network device or Cloud server it has to exist within the inventory (also known as the Ansible hosts file) and saved in either YAML or INI format. The file can also […]