If you just just like watching a video the whole process is shown in the video below. How to Install Ansible Tower on Ubuntu 16.04 Video If you want the detailed steps in written format – keep reading! How to install ansible tower tbc
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If you are looking for Network Automation Training, watch this space for my upcoming course on Network Automation for Network Engineers using Ansible. This will be covering Ansible Cisco configuration and also a bit of F5.
My latest post on Network Automation Tools will show you all the open source tools being used today. Learn the skills that you will need to become a Network Automation Engineer.
One of the most popular tools right now for Network Automation is Ansible
The next course I am creating is GIT for Network Engineers – watch this space. Enter your Name & Email below to be notified when the course is ready Beta course release date Feb 2019
Anisble is an open source automation platform which was purchased by Red Hat in October 2015. It is used heavily by the server admin community to administer and deploy updates and patches to linux servers. In the last few years it has gained a great following from the network community who are now using it […]
In this Ansible IOS_Command Example post I will share a simple Ansible Playbook that will write an ACL to a Cisco Switch. This playbook will work equally well on any Cisco device and once you grasp the concepts of using the IOS_Command Module and also the IOS_Config module you can configure whatever you want. The […]
Today I attended AnsibleFest in London – this is a paid event and one of two conferences organised by Ansible running in 2017. The second one is running on September 7th in San Francisco More Info here: www.ansible.com The event in London was held at the Intercontinental London 02 AnsibleFest London 2017 The day was split […]
In Ansible version 2.2 the network credentials were coded into the playbook which made for a bit of a security issue. This meant anyone with access to the playbook had access to the user credentials. In version 2.3 that issue has been resolved and all network credentials have been removed from the playbook. Ansible network […]