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Introduction to Ansible

A talk to be given at the DevOps Perth Meetup on 30 Aug 2017

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Alastair Irvine will cover the basic concepts used by Ansible, and demonstrate how flexible and modular it is. Security concepts like the "become" feature will also be discussed.

Outline

  1. Purpose of Ansible
  2. Modularity
  3. Inventory files
  4. SSH
  5. Playbooks
  6. Structured playbooks and Roles
  7. Security
    1. "become" feature
    2. -k and -K
    3. Vaults
  8. Conclusion

Presenter bio

Alastair is a Software Engineer and system administrator by trade. He has a BSc in Computer Science from Curtin University.

His computer-related interests lie in various areas within his trade; suffice to say that he is a "geek of many colours". :) Alastair is a die-hard FOSS user and Linux fan.

He is also a freelancer with his own business. Warpspace IT is a consultancy with a fairly broad focus on the technical side of IT.

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