Category Archives for Ansible

Ansible

Ansible for Beginners: Step By Step Activity Guides/Hands-On Lab Exercise

The blog post – https://k21academy.com/ansible05 gives a walkthrough of the Step-By-Step Activity Guides of the Ansible for Beginners’ Training program that you must perform to learn this course. To know more about the Training, read our blog Ansible for Beginners | Overview | Architecture & Use Cases You’ll learn more practically and clear your concepts […]

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Ansible Provisioning

Ansible Provisioning: Provision the Environment to Deploy a Website

↬ Ansible provisioning is the hottest topic among infrastructure provisioning tools these days. Provisioning becomes very annoying when it needs to be done manually. So, to tackle these kinds of issues, Ansible came into the picture. ↬ What is Ansible? Ansible is an open-source automation tool for deploying applications, workstations, servers, cloud provisioning, and configuration […]

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Ansible For Beginners | A technical Overview

Automation! Ansible is automation. Ansible is an open-source IT Configuration Management, Deployment & Orchestration tool. Simple, powerful, and agentless IT automation that anyone can use. To get the technical overview of Ansible, Check out the blog https://k21academy.com/ansible13 which covers: • What is Ansible? • Why Use Ansible? • Ansible Use Cases • Ansible Architecture Diagram […]

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Terraform vs Ansible

Terraform VS Ansible: Overview, Working & Provisioning

The Terraform vs. Ansible battle continues to escalate as the DevOps environment focuses more on automation and orchestration. These two tools help in automating configurations and deploying infrastructure. What is Terraform? It is an open-source tool for building, changing, and versioning infrastructure securely. It helps to develop and scale cloud services and manage the state […]

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Ansible for Beginners | Overview | Architecture & Use Cases

↬ Ansible is a simple software tool for IT automation that provides simple but powerful automation for cross-platform multi-layer deployments. It is primarily intended for IT professionals, who use it for application deployment, updates on workstations and servers, cloud provisioning, configuration management, and nearly all system administration tasks. ↬ Ansible seamlessly connects workflow orchestration with […]

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