Red Hat System Administration III : Linux Automation and Ansible

Red hat System Administration III Ansible

 

What makes Ansible the most in-demand automation tool in most organizations? 

It can be used to manage many different types of systems, including servers running Linux, Microsoft Windows, or UNIX, and network devices. Also, the Ansible Playbook is the first human-readable automation language that can be read and written across the IT-sphere. Ansible playbooks help IT staff program applications, services, server nodes, or other devices without the manual overhead of creating everything from scratch. Whether you’re a technical employee in the company or not, you can still use it as a common language to describe your IT infrastructure.

 

Here are some benefits of using Ansible :

  • It is a free open-source tool
  • You don’t need any special coding skills to use Ansible’s playbooks as it is very simple and easy to use
  • It simplifies highly complex IT workflows
  • It is very flexible and lets you orchestrate the entire application environment no matter where it’s deployed
  • You don’t need to install any other software on the client systems you want to automate
  • It frees up space on your server because you don’t need to install any extra software

If this is something you are interested in, we have the perfect course for you.

 

Red Hat System Administration III: Linux Automation with Ansible

Red Hat System Administration III : Linux Automation with Ansible is an extensive course made for developers who need to automate provisioning, configuration, application deployment, and orchestration.

The goals of this course are :

  • Acquaint students with fundamental Ansible concepts and basic architecture
  • Help install and configure Ansible on a management workstation
  • Write Ansible Playbooks to automate tasks
  • Run playbooks to ensure servers are correctly deployed and configured

This course is based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 and Red Hat Ansible Engine 2.8.

 

Red Hat Automation with Ansible  is specially designed for Linux system administrators, DevOps engineers, infrastructure automation engineers, and systems design engineers who are responsible for tasks such as:

  • Automating configuration management
  • Ensuring consistent and repeatable application deployment
  • Provisioning and deployment of development, testing, and production servers
  • Integrating with DevOps continuous integration/continuous delivery workflows

A requirement needed to take this course is that the student must pass the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) exam (EX200), or demonstrate equivalent Red Hat Enterprise Linux knowledge and experience.

The course objective of Red Hat Automation with Ansible are :

  • Introduce Ansible
  • Deploy Ansible
  • Implement playbooks
  • Manage variables and facts
  • Implement task control
  • Deploy files to managed hosts
  • Manage large projects
  • Simplify playbooks with roles
  • Troubleshoot Ansible
  • Automate Linux administration tasks

Here are the skills you will gain after taking this course :

  • Install and configure Ansible or Red Hat Ansible Engine on a control node.
  • Create and manage inventories of managed hosts, as well as prepare them for Ansible automation.
  • Run individual ad hoc automation tasks from the command line.
  • Write Playbooks to consistently automate multiple tasks and apply them to managed hosts.
  • Parameterize playbooks using variables and facts and protect sensitive data with Ansible Vault.
  • Write and reuse existing roles to simplify playbook creation and reuse code.
  • Automate common Red Hat Enterprise Linux system administration tasks using the software.

 

If you’re someone working in the IT industry then you must look at ways to enhance your skills and productivity. This comprehensive course is a great addition to learning how to get more work done in less time by deploying tools like Ansible.

 

Contact P2L today to learn more about this course.

 

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