Automating Administration Using Ansible on CentOS 8

Prepare for the new RHCE

With Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 the RHCE has changed to being able to manage your estate with Ansible, the configuration management system owned by Red Hat. This course takes you from zero to hero and in Ansible and prepares you for the exam if tis is something you want to take. Regardless of the exam using both Ubuntu and CentOS, as well as a little Raspberry Pi,  you will be prepared for the real world as you are not working with a single Linux distribution. You will learn to manage multiple distributions of Linux and the short-cuts created by Ansible to make this happen.

What you’ll learn

  • Automate Linux administration using Ansible.
  • Install Ansible on CentOS 8.
  • Create and edit Ansible Playbooks.
  • Deploy configuration to local and cloud based systems.
  • Deploy configuration to Ubuntu and CentOS hosts.

Course Content

  • Automating Linux Administration Using Ansible –> 6 lectures • 35min.
  • Ansible Configuration and Inventory –> 4 lectures • 26min.
  • Running Ad-Hoc Commands in Ansible –> 3 lectures • 27min.
  • Working with Ansible Playbooks –> 5 lectures • 32min.
  • Managing User Accounts Using Ansible Playbooks –> 5 lectures • 32min.
  • Creating A Dedicated Ansible Accounts –> 1 lecture • 9min.
  • Working With Facts and Variables –> 4 lectures • 22min.
  • Working With Files and Templates –> 2 lectures • 15min.
  • Configuring the SSH Server –> 2 lectures • 13min.
  • Encrypting data Using Ansible Vault –> 2 lectures • 11min.

Automating Administration Using Ansible on CentOS 8

Requirements

  • Basic Linux Administration skills and being able to use a text editor like vim.

With Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 the RHCE has changed to being able to manage your estate with Ansible, the configuration management system owned by Red Hat. This course takes you from zero to hero and in Ansible and prepares you for the exam if tis is something you want to take. Regardless of the exam using both Ubuntu and CentOS, as well as a little Raspberry Pi,  you will be prepared for the real world as you are not working with a single Linux distribution. You will learn to manage multiple distributions of Linux and the short-cuts created by Ansible to make this happen.