Ansible is a powerful IT automation engine, perfect for the IT professional or DevOps engineer. There are many ways to install Ansible, often packages are used to install a single version of Ansible across your entire system. This post will cover how to install Ansible 2.12 with pipenv and pyenv. In my environment I use…
Weekly Links 11/12-11/18: Ansible, Kubernetes, and DevOps
This week covers a lot of Ansible, Kubernetes and theres some interesting DevOps article reads. Also time to start testing RHEL 8!
Weekly Links 10/15-10/21: Raspberry Pi, Security and Python
Thanks for stopping by, I have some more interesting links I wanted to share: Remembering which git branch im on is always a struggle, GitPrompt is an interesting solution. Interesting overview of Haw Hamburg University migrating kubernetes and ceph into a new network. I’ve been kind of obsessed with the idea of having a Lora…
Weekly Links 10/7-10/14: AnsibleFest, Molecule and Python
There are a lot of interesting happenings with Ansible this week. I’ve been watching the tweets for AnsibleFest and am pretty excited to see what they announce. Here’s a roundup of some interesting links I read through this week:
Setup Ansible with Python Virtualenv
The Ansible docs cover a variety of ways to install Ansible from apt/yum installs to compiling from source. Learn to Setup ansible with virtualenv.