Using Ansible to Simplify Automation and Provisioning
Instructor: Scott Seighman & Joshua Preston
This is a full day training session. In this class, we will teach participants about Ansible and all of its major components, step by step from the ground up. From a blank text file, learning inventory, playbooks, roles, modules, and end by deploying a simple application to server, and even configuring your own laptop. Bring a laptop with Linux/vi installed. Please bring a laptop with VirtualBox installed on it.
- Introduction to Ansible architecture
- Managing inventory
- Managing task execution
- Configuration example
- Ansible plugins and modules
- Hands-on examples and practice
- Be familiar with Linux, running commands in a terminal, and basic file editing
What Students Should Bring
- Bring a laptop with Linux/vi installed. Please bring a laptop with VirtualBox installed on it.
Scott Seighman is a Solutions Architect at Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of open source software solutions. Based in Cleveland, Scott roams the Ohio Valley creating possibilities, solving problems, and establishing working relationships with Red Hat’s customers and partners.
Scott works at Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of open source software solutions and the company. Scott is part of the Solutions Architects team, responsible for creating possibilities, solving problems, and establishing working relationships with our customers and partners.
Scott is versatile technology professional with over 25 years experience in the dynamic, fast-paced computing industry. Established in many aspects of architecture, development and design from mobile to cloud, using a variety of software and hardware solutions. Demonstrated success creating compelling solutions which solve customer business challenges, utilizing a blend of creativity, team collaboration and extensive industry knowledge.
Based in Columbus, OH, Joshua Preston is a Solutions Architect at Red Hat who specializes in Identity Management, Automation and Containers. Prior to joining Red Hat, he worked with numerous organizations to increase their security posture through the implementation of identity management, release management automation and self-service compliance reporting. An early user of various configuration management tools, he has since found the simplicity of Ansible provides a “lingua franca” that crosses between organizational silos and technology pillars.
Date and Time
November 01, 2019
- Morning session: 8:30 AM to 12 at noon
- Lunch break: 12:00 to 1:00 PM
- Afternoon session: 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Go to registration page to register for the training course and select “Ohio LinuxFest Institute Professional Pass”. During the registration process, you will get an option to select your training program.