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Li9 Technology Solutions

Infrastructure as Code Workshop

Ruth Chris Steakhouse

7001 N Scottsdale Rd
Scottsdale, AZ 85253
(480) 991-5988

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

09:30AM – 3:00PM

This workshop is intended for people who want to learn the basics of Infrastructure as Code and learn how to leverage Ansible to provide automation across Infrastructure Support and Application Delivery.

In addition, the instructor will provide information on differentiation between the Ansible Community version and the product offering from Red Hat, along with integration with other tools to automate the DevOps Pipeline. 

 Workshop Description

What is Ansible, how does it work in the most basic form on the command line – and where does Ansible Tower expand Ansible’s capabilities.

This workshop teaches the basic bits you need to start using Ansible Automation on your own. In the second half we will focus on Ansible Tower and show where it fits in – and when and why you absolutely need it when you automate more and more.

 

Agenda

09:30 AM – 10:00 AM Registration

10:00 AM- 12:00 PM Introductions and Morning Workshop Sessions

  • Introduction to Ansible

  • Running ad-hoc Commands

  • Writing Your First Playbook

  • Using Variables

  • Conditionals, Handlers and Loops

  • Building Templates

  • Roles

12:00 PM – 01:00 PM Lunch

  • Product Demos

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Afternoon Sessions

  • Introduction to Tower

  • Inventories

  • Credentials

  • Ad-Hoc commands

  • Projects

  • Job Templates

  • Using the Survey Feature

  • Role Based Access Control

  • Workflows

 

Requirements for Workshop Participants

  • An internet connection is required.  WIFI will be provided. 

  • Attendees must come with a laptop with admin rights and the ability to SSH to a lab environment hosted in a public cloud.

  • Attendees should have working knowledge of using SSH and command line shell (BASH) as well as a conceptual understanding of linux system administration (how to use simple commands like cd, ls, mv, mkdir, etc).

  • Attendees should have working knowledge of at least one Linux text editor (nano, pico, vi/vim, zile, emacs) with which to write Ansible playbooks.

Please contact Theresa Bracamonte with any questions or dietary restrictions.

Theresa A. Bracamonte
Li9 Technology Solutions – Business Manager
theresa.bracamonte@Li9.com  480.773.5077

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