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Simple automation for all your Linux servers with Ansible


We take a look at how to automate Linux servers with Ansible. We also cover authentication via SSH user/password and private/public keys you should use in a production environment. #Ansible #Linux #SSH DOCS: 🤍 Follow me: TWITTER: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 DISCORD: 🤍 GITHUB: 🤍 PATREON: 🤍 MY EQUIPMENT: 🤍 Timestamps: 00:00 - Introduction 03:14 - Install and configure Ansible 07:23 - Test connection 09:18 - Playbooks 15:34 - Authentication with SSH private/public keys

Learn How to Use Ansible to Manage Windows Servers (winrm) - Step by Step Guide


* Certificate/Kerberos authentication: If you'd like to use domain certificates on Windows and authenticate using Kerberos over HTTPS, get in touch. I'm not able to demo that process on YouTube but I've done it many times for various companies I've worked at. I can make myself available for a few days consulting if this is of interest. - Contact me on LinkedIn: 🤍 - For SSH (port :22) connectivity between Ansible and Windows follow my other tutorial here: 🤍 This is a real-time demo of how to set up your windows servers so they can be managed by ansible. - GIST Document (cut&paste1): 🤍 Please Subscribe to me: 🤍 The following is covered by this demo: • Setup a windows 2016 server so ansible can manage it (over HTTPS) • Setup my Centos 8 server so it can manage windows servers using winrm • Create an inventory file to hold the windows connection variables • Prove the connection with win_ping • Create a basic ansible playbook to manage directory’s, files (templates), md5checksum & updates. • Use ansible-vault to hide the password from the inventory file AnsibleDocs: Setup Windows: 🤍 For Windows 2016, change the default powershell TLS version to TLS v1.2 with this powershell command: [Net.ServicePointManager]::SecurityProtocol = [Net.SecurityProtocolType]::Tls12 Linux WinRM setup: 🤍 Windows module links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Protect sensitive variables: 🤍 #Windows #Ansible #automation

How to Setup Ansible for Servers Part-1


Ansible is an agentless computerization tool that can install on a control node. Using the control node, Ansible runs machines and other devices remotely. For more explanation on this video: 🤍

Learn to use Ansible to Update & Patch your Linux System | Devops


Ansible is a powerful configuration management tool that helps automate updating your systems and servers, among many other things. If you're familiar with other CM tools like Puppet or Chef, Ansible functions very much like Puppet Masterless or Chef Solo. It is designed to automate system administration tasks without having to write and maintain a bunch of bash scripts. CM tools are the foundation of a solid DevOps engineer. I used an Ansible playbook in this video, which is an integral part of the Ansible ecosystem. The ansible-playbook command makes it super easy to run playbooks with either Ansible roles or tasks, but you don't have to organize all of them in a playbook. If you administer servers, whether they be Windows Servers or Linux Servers, it would behoove you to learn about configuration management. Powershell is often used in Windows environments however Ansible can run against Windows servers too. Both Bash and Powershell have a strong tendency to get out of hand and result in code bases being unwieldy and difficult to maintain. CM tools like Ansible solve this problem entirely. ~~ Support the channel! Becoming a Patron or Ko-fi supporter gives you access to the Egee video archive & good vibes for supporting my videos! Ko-fi - 🤍 ☕ Patreon - 🤍 🤗 Use My Affiliate Links & Support The Channel! 🎁 Looking for a reliable & cost-effective VPS? Sign up with my friends at Linode with my link to get a $20 credit on your account! - 🤍 Linux & Open Source Gear Pre-Installed Linux Barebones & Mini-PC's - 🤍 🐧 Unlocked LineageOS compatible devices - 🤍 📲 Crouton compatible Chromebooks - 🤍 💻 Recording Gear My amazing microphone - 🤍 🎙️ Linux compatible audio mixer - 🤍 🎧 The fire-breathing CPU for video editing - 🤍 🔥

Configuring multiple servers with Ansible! Practical Ansible configuration and Troubleshooting.


In this video, we're using Ansible to deploy the configuration to three servers. They are virtual machines setup on a Raspberry PI but this video is applicable to any servers no matter the underlying technology. 👨‍💻 Join our Discord Community of DevOps Engineers: 🤍 ☕ Buy me a coffee: 🤍 📁 Initial code used for setup here: 🤍 00:00 Intro 00:13 Virtual Machines that will be configured. 02:05 Ansible Folder Structure 03:49 Setting up Ansible Control Station 05:19 Installing Ansible on control Station 06:31 Running Ansible Playbook and Troubleshooting errors 07:37 Troubleshooting Ansible SSH errors 08:36 Troubleshooting Ansible python error 09:30 Installing Python using Ansible 12:18 Variables in Ansible inventory file 13:36 modify playbook to control servers 14:33 Ansible Roles 18:02 Running a playbook using Ansible roles

Ansible-Tutorial: Setup eines Root-Servers (Live Coding)


Du willst die Grundlagen von Ansible lernen? Dann ist diese Ansible-Tutorial-Serie genau das richtige für dich! In dieser Videoserie zeige ich dir, wie ich den Server, auf dem mein Blog läuft, einrichte – beginnend mit der Installation des Betriebssystem-Images über die SSH- und Firewall-Konfiguration über die Installation von Docker, MySQL und WordPress bis hin zum Setup von HAProxy und der Einrichtung eines kostenlosen HTTPS-Zertifikats von Let’s Encrypt via Certbot. Das ganze mache ich mit Ansible - also Infrastructure as Code. In diesem ersten Teil lernst du, was Ansible ist, wie man Ansible-Playbooks und -Rollen schreibt und wie man Playbooks ausführt. Ich zeige dir, wie du Templates erstellst und Variablen extrahierst. Das ganze zeige ich dir am Beispiel eines Hetzner-Root-Server, auf dem ich dir in einer Live-Coding-Session zeige, wie ich per Ansibel das Betriebssystem-Image einspiele. Alle Videos des Tutorials: * Teil 1: 🤍 * Teil 2: 🤍 * Teil 3: 🤍 * Teil 4: 🤍 Lade die hier kostenlos mein "O-Notation Cheat Sheet"-PDF herunter: 🤍 Artikel in meinem Blog: 🤍 GitLab-Repository: 🤍 Ansible Installation Guide 🤍 (Autor: Sven Woltmann)

Learn to Deploy Web server using Ansible Playbook


In this video, I have discussed about: 1) How to create your first Ansible playbook 2) Basics of YAML 3) Deploying Web server using Ansible playbook. 4) What to keep in mind when writing Ansible playbook

Ansible - Install roles and features on windows servers


Let's install some roles and features on our windows servers with ansible :) Github: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍

Ansible Home Server Pt. 1 – Installation, Environment, Inventory, Tasks & Variables


In this new series we're going to write a perfect Ansible playbook for setting up a home server/NAS. In the first part I will show you the basics of Ansible: how to install it, how to set up your inventory, write tasks, create plain text and encrypted variables. Follow me: Twitter 🤍 GitHub 🤍 Twitch 🤍 Support the channel: Patreon 🤍 PayPal (one time donation) 🤍 Amazon Wishlist 🤍 Music: Abloom – Blue Light Lolek – Cruise Control Vladislav Kurnikov – A New Time Videos are edited with Davinci Resolve Studio. I use Affinity Photo for thumbnails and Ableton Live for audio editing. Video gear: Camera 🤍 Main lens 🤍 Microphone 🤍 Key light 🤍 Softbox 🤍 Secondary light 🤍 Other stuff that I use: Monitor 🤍 Monitor arm 🤍 Laptop stand 🤍 Keyboard 🤍 Mouse 🤍 Audio interface 🤍 As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases Timestamps: 00:00 Intro 00:57 What is Ansible? 01:25 Requirements 02:00 Installing Ansible 02:21 Project structure and inventory 03:17 Generating an SSH key 04:32 Tasks 06:20 Variables 07:35 Encrypted variables 08:27 More tasks 10:30 Writing the playbook 11:22 Running the playbook 12:20 Outro

Automating my Homelab with Ansible


Homelabs can be great fun. But how do you take care of device configuration, backups, testing, patching, upgrades, and hardware replacement? Well, I use Ansible wherever I can to make sure the boring parts of homelab ownership are automated. In this presentation, originally delivered at AnsibleFest 2022 in Chicago, I'll give a tour of my homelab and talk about how I automate parts of my Homelab using Ansible. Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Sponsor me on GitHub: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 2nd Channel: 🤍 Homelab equipment (some links are affiliate links): - 25U open frame rack: 🤍 - Neat Patch 2U Cable management unit: 🤍 - TRENDnet 24-port keystone patch panel: 🤍 - TRENDnet shielded RJ45 keystone jacks: 🤍 - Monoprice Cat6A SlimRun patch cables: 🤍 - QNAP 20-port PoE 10 Gbps and 2.5 Gbps switch: 🤍 - MikroTik CRS309-1G-8S+IN 10 Gbps Cloud Router Switch: 🤍 - Home Assistant Yellow: 🤍 - ASUSTOR Lockerstor 6 Gen2 AS6706T NAS: 🤍 - ASUSTOR Lockerstor 4 AS6604T NAS: 🤍 - 45Drives Storinator XL60: 🤍 - Mac Studio rack: 🤍 - NavePoint 2U rack drawer: 🤍 - Tripp Lite Isobar 12-outlet rack PDU: 🤍 Mentioned in this video: - Ansible for DevOps: 🤍 - Get a free ebook copy! 🤍 - Rack upgrade video with my Dad: 🤍 - PetaPi - Petabyte Raspberry Pi: 🤍 - Internet Monitoring Pi: 🤍 - All-SSD Edit NAS build: 🤍 - Monitoring my ASUS router with Prometheus and Grafana: 🤍 - Backup Pi / My Backup Plan: 🤍 - Drupal Pi: 🤍 - Raspberry Pi Dramble cluster: 🤍 - Raspberry Pi NVR (Network Video Recorder): 🤍 - Pi-VPN: 🤍 - Mac Development Ansible Playbook: 🤍 - Pi Router: 🤍 #homelab #ansible Contents: 00:00 - Homelabs 00:26 - My homelab 02:06 - Three purposes 02:40 - "I'll never fill up this rack" 04:58 - What's in my rack? 07:32 - No manual drudgery 08:41 - Ansible projects 11:09 - Much to do 12:24 - Why we homelab

How To Manage Your Home Servers with Ansible


I've been working with Ansible in the past in Cloud environment, but to be honest, I've never thought about using it with Raspberry PIs and home servers. But since it's free and easy to use, why not give it a try? Turns out, it helps me greatly when it comes to managing my newly build Raspberry Pi cluster! If you enjoyed this video and want to see more, please consider subscribing to my channel! My programming projects and Arduino code samples on GitHub: - 🤍 My 3D printing Projects on Thingiverse: - 🤍 My published Docker images on DockerHub: - 🤍 Also check out the social media for more info on this page, about what I'm up to, etc: - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍

Ansible Playbooks | How To Automate Server Configuration


Ansible Playbooks define a set of tasks to be executed by Ansible on a group of managed nodes. Playbooks can be reused, shared across teams, version controlled, and support complex deployment. In this video, we'll introduce concepts like tasks, plays, and variables by showing you how to add a limited user account to your Ansible nodes. Chapters: 0:00 - Intro 0:40 - Getting Up To Speed 3:53 - Adding a Limited User to each Server 7:38 - Creating a Hash for User Password 9:40 - Testing the Configuration 11:31 - Adding an SSH Key to Each Server 16:00 - Fixing Errors 17:00 - Testing User Permissions 18:03 - Outro New to Linode? Get started here with a $100 credit → 🤍 Read the doc for more information on Ansible Playbooks → 🤍 Learn more about Ansible → 🤍 Subscribe to get notified of new episodes as they come out → 🤍 #Linode​ #IaC​ #Ansible​ #AlternativeCloud​ Product: Linode, Ansible, Infrastructure as Code; Jay LaCroix;

Ansible Home Server Pt. 2 – Roles, Handlers, Ansible Galaxy, Filters & Loops


Go to 🤍 to get a free trial and 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain! Follow me: Mastodon 🤍logy/web/🤍notthebee GitHub 🤍 Twitch 🤍 Support the channel: Patreon 🤍 PayPal (one time donation) 🤍 Music: Kitrano – Slow Evening Lolek – Cruise Control Meod – Crispy Cone Steven Beddall – Cuts So Deep (Instrumental Version) Videos are edited with Davinci Resolve Studio. I use Affinity Photo for thumbnails and Ableton Live for audio editing. Video gear: Camera 🤍 Main lens 🤍 Microphone 🤍 Key light 🤍 Softbox 🤍 Secondary light 🤍 Other stuff that I use: Monitor 🤍 Monitor arm 🤍 Laptop stand 🤍 Keyboard 🤍 Mouse 🤍 Audio interface 🤍 As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction 00:24 Recap 00:44 Turning our tasks into a role 01:32 Role defaults 02:02 Creating a non-root user 02:28 Filters (password_hash and regex_replace) 04:19 Creating groups (loops and lists) 05:21 Suppressing login message (file module) 06:27 Restarting SSH on changes (handlers) 07:20 Complex loops 08:19 Ansible Galaxy introduction 08:52 The dangers of dependencies 09:31 Using a Galaxy role to install Docker 10:33 Running the playbook 11:03 Outro

Ansible: Install and Run Playbook for Web Server and Database


This video talks about Ansible, what it is, why it may be useful to use, and what it is used for. We then install Ansible and configure it. After this we go through an Ansible playbook to install a web server (Apache) and a database (MySQL) on two different managed nodes. The playbook also opens the web ports and starts those services. The same playbook update these machines as well. We also talk about how to check the formatting of an Ansible playbook to ensure there are no errors in the playbook itself. See the playbook and a 'getting started' guide here: 🤍

Ansible Development Server


This video will cover standing up an ansible development server including a VSCode server and ansible-navigator Note: mod_ssl isn't required if you are using nginx and not apache Note: If you do get an error "Error: error creating tmpdir: mkdir /run/user/XXXX: permission denied it's an issue with systemd so you'll need to run 'sudo loginctl enable-linger YOURUSERNAME' Then I cleared out my local container folder and reset podman sudo rm -rf ${HOME}/.local/share/containers sudo podman system reset The presenter is Alex Dworjan Github: 🤍 Blogs: 🤍 🤍 Docs: 🤍 🤍 This includes all of the different options if you don't want to use nginx and want to directly set up certs by modifying the code-server config.yaml and then running code-server cert CERTLOCATION cert-key KEYLOCATION If you have different teams that want access, you could create separate users and have multiple instances of code-server running on different ports and provide them access Video to perform via Ansible: 🤍

Ansible 101 - Episode 9 - First 5 min server security with Ansible


Jeff Geerling (geerlingguy) explores Linux server security configuration using Ansible, following examples in chapter 10 of Ansible for DevOps. Ansible for DevOps: 🤍 Support Jeff on GitHub: 🤍 Support Jeff on Patreon: 🤍 Contents: 00:00:00 - Start 00:00:35 - Intro 00:04:26 - Questions from last episode 00:07:42 - Linux security setup with Ansible 00:09:50 - 9 Basic security measures 00:12:54 - Use secure encrypted communications 00:16:10 - History of SSH (rlogin, telnet) 00:19:38 - Securing SSH 00:23:50 - Ansible SSH security playbook 00:37:29 - Managing users and sudoers 00:43:40 - Remove unused apps 00:46:09 - Principle of least privilege 00:47:30 - POSIX file permissions 00:51:00 - Automatic updates with Ansible 00:54:59 - Configuring a firewall with Ansible 00:59:40 - Oops - locked myself out 01:00:37 - Security role on Galaxy 01:01:52 - Other security concerns 01:03:16 - Outtro

Automate EVERYTHING with Ansible! (Ansible for Beginners)


Ansible. Need I say more? Well, maybe, if you've never heard of it. Ansible is a simple IT / DevOps automation that anyone can use. You can Automate anything with an SSH connection and WITHOUT installing any agents or clients. Join me as we set up, configure and start automating with Ansible! See our collection of common homelab ansible playbooks here! 🤍 ★ Subscribe! 🤍 ★ I'm Live on Twitch 🤍 ★ Get Help in Our Discord Community! 🤍 ★ Subscribe to Techno Tim Talks! 🤍 ★ Documentation found here 🤍 ⚙ Gear Recommendations ⚙ ► 🤍 (Affiliate links may be included in this description. I may receive a small commission at no cost to you.) ♦ Patreon 🤍 ♦ GitHub 🤍 ♦ Twitch 🤍 ♦ Twitter 🤍 ♦ Discord 🤍 ♦ Instagram 🤍 ♦ Facebook 🤍 ♦ TikTok 🤍 00:00 - Intro 00:51 - The problem at hand 01:15 - What is Ansible? Ansible 101 01:35 - Ansible use cases 02:18 - Ansible requirements and setting up our workstation 03:22 - Ansible & SSH 04:02 - Ansible Inventory files 05:20 - Ansible module commands 06:18 - sshpass program 06:52 - What are you we going to automate now? 07:14 - Ansible Playbooks 07:48 - Ansible playbooks yml 08:04 - Create a playbook using the Ansible apt module 09:22 - command with ask-become-pass 10:05 - Execute our apt upgrade playbook 11:16 - Create a playbook to install software 13:06 - Create a playbook that uses a template with multiple tasks 15:56 - Execute our playbook that starts / stops / copies file 16:42 - My challenge to you! 17:12 - Do you use Ansible? 17:46 - Stream Highlights - It's overwhelming all of the knowledge I need... #Ansible #Homelab #TechnoTim "Hadron Collider" is from Harris Heller's album Ego. License: 🤍 Thank you for watching!

Episode #066 - Managing Servers with Ansible


A look into the Drifting Ruby network architecture and how I manage deployments with Ansible. 🤍 ► Visit the Merchandise Store - 🤍 ► Uptime Monitoring with pingVerse - 🤍 ► Ruby on Rails Templates - 🤍 ► Subscribe to Drifting Ruby at 🤍

Ansible - Check Service Status


Check out my video for checking service status with #service_facts module of #ansible. Support me if you can. Patreon: 🤍 PayPal: 🤍 Github: 🤍

What Is Ansible? | How Ansible Works? | Ansible Playbook Tutorial For Beginners | DevOps|Simplilearn


🔥 Enrol for FREE DevOps Course & Get your Completion Certificate: 🤍 This Ansible tutorial will help you understand why Ansible is needed, what is Ansible, Ansible as a pull configuration tool, Ansible architecture, Ansible playbook, Ansible inventory, how Ansible works, Ansible tower and you will also see a use case on how Hootsuite used Ansible. Increasing team productivity and improving business outcomes have now become easy with Ansible. Ansible is a simple, popular, agent-free tool in the automation domain. Ansible is a tool that allows you to create and control three key areas within the operations environment of the software development lifecycle. Start learning today's most in-demand skills for FREE. Visit us at 🤍 Choose over 300 in-demand skills and get access to 1000+ hours of video content for FREE in various technologies like Data Science, Cybersecurity, Project Management & Leadership, Digital Marketing, and much more. Below topics are explained in this Ansible tutorial: 1. Why Ansible? 01:06 2. What is Ansible? 03:07 3. Ansible - Pull configuration tool 04:10 4. Ansible architecture 06:04 5. Playbook 07:11 6. Inventory 09:29 7. Working of Ansible 10:19 8. Ansible tower 11:36 9. Use case by Hootsuite 12:39 To learn more about DevOps, subscribe to our YouTube channel: 🤍 You can also go through the Slides here: 🤍 Watch more videos on DevOps: 🤍 #Ansible #AnsibleTutorialForBeginners #WhatIsAnsible #AnsibleTutorial #WhatIsAnsibleInDevOps #AnsiblePlaybookTutorial #AnsibleAutomation #DevOpsTools #HowAnsibleWorks #LearnAnsible #DevOps #AnsibleForBeginners #DevOpsTraining #Simplilearn Simplilearn's DevOps Certification Training Course will prepare you for a career in DevOps, the fast-growing field that bridges the gap between software developers and operations. You’ll become en expert in the principles of continuous development and deployment, automation of configuration management, inter-team collaboration and IT service agility, using modern DevOps tools such as Git, Docker, Jenkins, Puppet and Nagios. DevOps jobs are highly paid and in great demand, so start on your path today. Why learn DevOps? Simplilearn’s DevOps training course is designed to help you become a DevOps practitioner and apply the latest in DevOps methodology to automate your software development lifecycle right out of the class. You will master configuration management; continuous integration deployment, delivery and monitoring using DevOps tools such as Git, Docker, Jenkins, Puppet and Nagios in a practical, hands on and interactive approach. The Devops training course focuses heavily on the use of Docker containers, a technology that is revolutionizing the way apps are deployed in the cloud today and is a critical skillset to master in the cloud age. After completing the DevOps training course you will achieve hands on expertise in various aspects of the DevOps delivery model. The practical learning outcomes of this Devops training course are: An understanding of DevOps and the modern DevOps toolsets The ability to automate all aspects of a modern code delivery and deployment pipeline using: 1. Source code management tools 2. Build tools 3. Test automation tools 4. Containerization through Docker 5. Configuration management tools 6. Monitoring tools Who should take this course? DevOps career opportunities are thriving worldwide. DevOps was featured as one of the 11 best jobs in America for 2017, according to CBS News, and data from shows that DevOps Managers earn as much as $122,234 per year, with DevOps engineers making as much as $151,461. DevOps jobs are the third-highest tech role ranked by employer demand on but have the second-highest talent deficit. 1. This DevOps training course will be of benefit the following professional roles: 2. Software Developers 3. Technical Project Managers 4. Architects 5. Operations Support 6. Deployment engineers 7. IT managers 8. Development managers Learn more at: 🤍 For more updates on courses and tips follow us on: - Facebook: 🤍 - Twitter: 🤍 - LinkedIn: 🤍 - Website: 🤍 Get the Android app: 🤍 Get the iOS app: 🤍

Part 2: Ansible Configuration Host and SSH


Power of Automation Sorry for poor audio. In this video we are going to add hosts to the Ansible and create SSL login between the servers. Some Important commands ansible all -m ping  ssh-keygen -t rsa ssh-copy-id Blog: twitter: 🤍anupampushkar

Automating Virtual Machines with Ansible


Automating virtual machines is a great way to reduce the amount of time spent with point and click activities managing your virtual infrastructure. Using an automation tool like Ansible, we can automate processes such as installing Windows features and components, changing registry keys, applying updates, configuring Linux packages and updates, setting network configuration, and even in bootstrapping environments that have yet to have network connectivity configured. Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 My blog: 🤍 _ Social Media: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Introduction - 0:00 What is Ansible? - 0:35 An overview of my Ansible environment - 1:04 Looking at the Ansible folders and files for virtual machine automation - 2:39 The inventory.yml file - 3:10 The group vars configuration - 4:13 Ansible playbook tasks - 5:15 Running your Ansible playbook - 5:58 Verifying changes have been made in Windows from the Ansible playbook - 7:20 Concluding thoughts about Ansible for automation - 7:46 Deploying Ansible in a Docker container: 🤍 Detailed Ansible posts and howtos I have written: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

Run Ansible-pull on remote servers


Ansible-pull can only configure the localhost. In this video, you'll see a workaround to execute Ansible-pull on remote hosts. To understand this video, you should already know about ansible. useful example of ansible-pull: 🤍

Ansible Automation | Operating System Patching for Multiple Linux Servers using Ansible


Operating System patching is one of the critical tasks for the systems engineers. When to patch multiple servers to fix bugs or for regular updates , doing the manual way (In absence of Satellite etc) is very time consuming and need lot of efforts. I have written a demo playbook on how Ansible can play role in the OS patching process. Playbook : 🤍

Ansible Top Modules: Ping Tests with Ansible! Test Remote Hosts.


In this video, we go over how to validate remote hosts using the Ansible Ping module. This video is great for DevOps Engineers that are getting into ansible and want to test if their remote hosts are online using Ansible. 👨‍💻 Join our Discord Community of DevOps Engineers: 🤍

How to Deploy the Web Server In Ansible


Ansible is an open-source automation platform that manages software installations, updates, configurations, and tasks within your network environment. For more explanation on this video: 🤍

Use Ansible to Manage Windows Servers (SSH | port 22) - Step by Step Guide


To manage Windows Servers using winrm: 🤍 "" Issue - During the OpenSSH install, the original command was failing. I've added the updated command below so it the command fails, try the new command. - * For this demo, we’re going to complete the following steps: • Install SSH • Configure Ansible to connect on port 22 to our Windows 2022 server • Test the Ansible CLI works • Create a playbook and test that work. Chapters: Build a Windows 2022 server in AWS: 🤍 Add port 22/SSH to the security group: 🤍 RDP onto the remote Windows 2022 server: 🤍 Install OpenSSH on our Windows 2022 server: 🤍 SSH onto the Windows 2022 server from Linux: 🤍 Setup Ansible to connect to our Windows 2022 server: 🤍 Check Ansible connectivity using win_ping: 🤍 Setup a playbook to run on our Windows 2022 server: 🤍 Use Ansible to install Apache: 🤍 ####################### Windows server commands: Below are the commands I ran in this turorial: Get-WindowsCapability -Online | Where-Object Name -like 'OpenSSH*' Add-WindowsCapability -Online -Name OpenSSH.Client~~~~ Add-WindowsCapability -Online -Name OpenSSH.Server~~~~ Alternatively use this command to install: dism /Online /Add-Capability /CapabilityName:OpenSSH.Server~~~~ Start-Service sshd Set-Service -Name sshd -StartupType 'Automatic' if (!(Get-NetFirewallRule -Name "OpenSSH-Server-In-TCP" -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue | Select-Object Name, Enabled)) { Write-Output "Firewall Rule 'OpenSSH-Server-In-TCP' does not exist, creating it..." New-NetFirewallRule -Name 'OpenSSH-Server-In-TCP' -DisplayName 'OpenSSH Server (sshd)' -Enabled True -Direction Inbound -Protocol TCP -Action Allow -LocalPort 22 } else { Write-Output "Firewall rule 'OpenSSH-Server-In-TCP' has been created and exists." } ############################ Create the hosts.ini file: [ec2-user🤍ip-172-31-16-55 windows]$ cat hosts.ini [win] IP_ADDRESS [win:vars] ansible_user=Administrator ansible_password= ansible_connection=ssh ansible_shell_type=cmd ansible_ssh_common_args=-o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null ansible_ssh_retries=3 ansible_become_method=runas Run win_ping: $ ansible win -m win_ping Now Setup the Playbook: - - hosts: win gather_facts: no tasks: - name: test powershell win_shell: | get-host register: result_get_host - name: display result_get_host debug: var: result_get_host Run the playbook: $ ansible-playbook -i hosts.ini win_ssh.yml Next Add the installation of Apache to your playbook: - name: add directory win_file: path: C:\ansible_examples state: directory - name: Download the Apache installer win_get_url: url: 🤍 dest: C:\ansible_examples\httpd-2.2.25-win32-x86-no_ssl.msi force: true - name: Install MSI win_package: path: C:\ansible_examples\httpd-2.2.25-win32-x86-no_ssl.msi state: present Now run the playbook again and check Apache is installed Thanks for watching. I hope this helps some of you to get this working! A subscribe and a like are always appreciated. #ansible #windows #ssh

Configure multiple SSH keys for multiple hosts with Ansible


✅ Use Ansible to distribute SSH key for multiple hosts in seconds. Commands ✅ ansible-playbook playbook.yml -i inventory ✅ Code from this gist 🤍 ✅ Errata Host names were mixed up in this video, it is mentioned 'node02' and 'node03' but they are 'web1' and 'web2' instead, anyway the names don't matter here as you can choose host names as you need.

F5/Ansible Tips and Tricks: Using Ansible Automation to Create a Virtual Server


This lesson will demonstrate how to use Ansible automation to create a Virtual Server on an F5 BIG-IP. More info: 🤍 // JOIN THE COMMUNITY! We're here to serve F5's Community through message forums, technical articles, videos and live streams. DevCentral is the place to get answers, share solutions, learn more about F5 and stay connected with F5 experts. Find all our platform links below and follow our Community Evangelists! DEVCENTRAL: 🤍 YOUTUBE: 🤍 LINKEDIN: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 Your Community Evangelists: Jason Rahm: 🤍 | 🤍 John Wagnon: 🤍 | 🤍 Peter Silva: 🤍 | 🤍 Buu Lam: 🤍 | 🤍 Aubrey King: 🤍 | 🤍

Automate Configuration of your PowerEdge servers using OpenManage Ansible Modules


In this overview video, we will show you how to automate the configuration of your PowerEdge Servers using OpenManage Ansible Modules. In addition, we will also show how you can deploy the entire stack using just a single Ansible playbook.

Automating the Complexity Out of Server Setup with Ansible


Server automation now plays an essential role in systems administration, due to the disposable nature of modern application environments. Configuration management tools such as Ansible are typically used to streamline the process of automating server setup by establishing standard procedures for new servers while also reducing human error associated with manual setups. In this webinar, you'll learn how to create and execute Ansible playbooks to automate your server infrastructure setup. We'll see some of the most important Ansible features and how to leverage them to create clean and flexible automation for your DigitalOcean Droplets. - Erika Heidi is a software engineer and devOps turned writer, passionate about producing and presenting technical content for a variety of audiences. As a long-term Linux adopter and open source enthusiast, Erika is focused on lowering the barrier of entrance to the technologies empowering modern web application ecosystems today. Erika is a senior technical writer at the DigitalOcean Community. To learn more about DigitalOcean: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 We're hiring: 🤍

Automate MaaS (Metal as a Service) PXE Boot Server Install With Ansible


Quick Metal as a Service 3.1 server install using ansible playbook. The video covers the following MaaS features. - Setup using two CLI commands and an ansible playbook - Configuration of the server via the web interface including subnet, DHCP and image configs - Deployment of a Ubuntu 22.04 node - Remote node access Refs: Ansible scripts used in the video 🤍 Work From Home Tech YouTube Channel INTRO: 🤍 Ubuntu Install: 🤍 Bare metal Kubernetes hands on tutorial with MAAS and Juju 🤍 PI-HOLE 🤍 Hardware 🤍

Ansible Patching and Compliance Automation


This video will cover what is how Ansible can be used to assist in your patching and compliance requirements. The presenter is Alex Dworjan Github: 🤍 Where to go next: Ansible and Red Hat: 🤍 Ansible and Windows: 🤍 Automating mixed RHEL and Windows environments 🤍 RHEL Certified Collection: 🤍

DevOps | Ansible | raw module | How to mange the servers which are not installed with Python ?


Follow this link ( 🤍 ) to get Udemy Links with Coupon Codes for my Courses 1. Bash Shell Scripting 2. Python Scripting 3. AWS Automation with Boto3 of Python 4. Ansible with Playbooks 5. Jq Command Tutorials 6. StackStorm for Beginners

Ansible with PowerEdge 14G: Golden images using Server Configuration Profiles (SCP)


Create Golden images containing all server settings using Server Configuration Profiles (SCP) Ansible configuration files: 🤍 Ansible playbooks: 🤍

Using Ansible to automate your Laptop and Desktop configs!


You guys asked for it, now I finally deliver - in this video I show you how to use Ansible to configure your laptops and desktops! This works for servers too. This is a long video, but should get you on your way. You'll see a few working examples, and by the end of the video, you will have your very own Ansible desktop/laptop config! Individual sections: 2:29: Notes about my config 17:22: Setting up a Git repo 29:52: Creating the Playbook 📖 Check out Jay's latest book, Mastering Ubuntu Server 4th Edition. Covers Ubuntu 22.04! ➡️ 🤍 ☁️ Wiki article for this video: ➡️ 🤍 ☁️ Here's the Github repo for the code in this video: ➡️ 🤍 ☁️ Github copy of my personal Ansible settings: ➡️ 🤍 🙌 Support me on Patreon and get early access to new content! ➡️ 🤍 ☁️ Get $100 toward your own cloud server with Linode! ➡️ 🤍 🛒 Affiliate store for Linux compatible hardware/accessories (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 💻 Check out the Tiny Pilot KVM for your Homelab (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 💻 Check out and spin up your very own Linux or Windows desktop in the cloud (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 🐦 Follow me on Twitter! ➡️ 🤍 💬 Official Community: ➡️ 🤍 💽 How to create a bootable flash drive for installing Linux ➡️ 🤍 🐧 Which distro do I use? ➡️ 🤍 🔐 How to better secure OpenSSH: ➡️ 🤍 ☁️ How to create a cloud Linux server with Linode: ➡️ 🤍 👨 More about me: ➡️ 🤍 ➡️ 🤍 #LearnLinuxTV #Linux

Copy files to Windows remote hosts - Local to Remote - Ansible module win_copy


How to copy report.txt file to Windows remote hosts using Ansible module win_copy. 🤍 FREE Top 10 Best Practices of Ansible Automation: save time, reduce errors and stress - 🤍 BUY the Complete PDF BOOK to easily Copy and Paste the 200+ Ansible code 200+ Automation Examples For Linux and Windows System Administrator and DevOps 🤍 my VIDEO COURSE: Ansible by Examples 200+ Automation Examples For Linux and Windows System Administrator and DevOps 🤍

Ansible: Setup local/custom facts on Windows servers


Follow this GIST to join the demo: 🤍 Please consider Subscribing to support my channel. - Skip to the command line start: 🤍 - If you manage a groups of servers, be they Linux or Windows using Ansible, sometimes you need to get a specific piece of information from the servers you're managing. You can set this up quite easily by utilising "custom facts" in Ansible. Custom Facts can be extremely useful if you only want to run a specific ansible tasks against a subset of servers that meet a condition. Especially when that condition isn't available in the standard facts collected by the setup module. In this demo, I'll cover the following: * How to setup ansible to create custom facts in Windows. * Look at the syntax of the .ps1 file we run to generate the facts. * Collect AWS facts like Region and AMI-ID * Use these facts in a template. * Finally we extend the template by collecting local environment variables (from the remote server) and add them into the template. Follow this GIST to join the demo: 🤍

Running Ansible playbook with Azure DevOps Pipelines


This lab shows you how to Run Ansible playbook with Azure DevOps Pipelines Link Used: How to Install and Configure Ansible on CentOS 7: 🤍 How to install Latest Git ( Git 2.x ) on CentOS 7: 🤍 ⏩ Check out the Azure DevOps Playlist: 🤍 ✅Subscribe to our Channel to learn more about the top Technologies: 🤍 Get trained on DevOps: 🤍 Training Reviews on Google: 🤍 Training Review on Facebook: 🤍 Connect with Us: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 Look at upcoming training schedule: 🤍

How to setup communication between Ansible Server and Client


This video will show you how to setup the server and client after Ansible is installed in Server system. This video will not show how to install Ansible, therefore Ansible before-hand

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