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Ansible Control Node Server on CentOS Server 8.4

Ansible Control Node Server on CentOS Server 8.4

By: Cloud Infrastructure Services Latest Version: 0.0.1
Linux/Unix
Linux/Unix

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Ansible Control Node Server on CentOS Server 8.4

Ansible is an agentless automation tool that you install on a control node. From the control node, Ansible manages machines and other devices remotely (by default, over the SSH protocol).

Ansible Features:

  • Configuration Management - Easily manage all of your servers. Change the configuration of an application, OS, or device, implement security policies and so much more.
  • Application Deployment - Make DevOps easier by automating the deployment of internally developed applications to your servers.
  • Orchestration - Ansible uses automated workflows, provisioning, and more to make orchestrating tasks easy
  • Security and Compliance - Sitewide security policies can be implemented along with other automated processes
  • Cloud Provisioning- You can provision cloud platforms, virtualized hosts, network devices, and bare-metal servers.
  • Modules - Modules are like small programs that Ansible pushes out from a control machine to all the nodes or remote hosts.
  • Plugins - Ansible comes with a number of plugins to use
  • Inventories - All the machines youre using with Ansible (the control machine plus nodes) are listed in a single simple file
  • Playbooks - A playbook is like a recipe or an set of instructions which tells Ansible what work it has to do when it connect to new machine.

Version

0.0.1

Operating System

Linux/Unix, CentOS CentOS 8.4

Delivery Methods

  • Amazon Machine Image

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