Mastering Infrastructure as Code using Ansible

Mastering Infrastructure as Code using Ansible is a holistic, comprehensive program that covers practical aspects of IaC and how can it be implemented using Ansible.

This program is a 6 to 12 hours corporate training workshop that spans across 23 key topics in Ansible. We use a technique called a use-case-based learning approach that engages learners in a hands-on exercise of specific scenarios that resemble real-world examples. We do reach us out for more details .

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Detailed Table of contents

1 Infrastructure as a code
2 Installation and setup of Ansible
3 Agentless Ansible Architecture
4 Introduction to Ansible Modules and Inventories
5 Ad-hoc commands in Ansible
6 Overview on YAML language
7 Playbooks
8 Handlers
9 Fact Collection
10 Plugins
11 First Ansible playbook
12 Variables in Ansible
13 Playbooks with Ansible Roles
14 Static inventory file
15 Multiple inventory files
16 Dynamic inventory file
17 Storing sensitive data in Ansible
18 Running strategies
19 Scaling Ansible using SSH multiplexing
20 Custom Ansible modules
21 Debugging Ansible Playbooks
22 Ansible Tower Fundamentals
23 Best practices with Ansible

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About our trainers

Anju M Dominic is a well accredited professional corporate trainer and consultant in the field of DevOps . She has conducted over 150+ hands-on workshops across different product and service companies. She is also a trainer/author across various training companies including PluralSight, Edureka, KnowledgeHut, etc. She is currently the Principal consultant and founder of QuadraLogics, a boutique training/consulting firm. Anju is well known for her contributions to technical articles which includes two books and several whitepapers in the field of software engineering. She is also a regular speaker for many DevOps and Agile conferences

Ranjith Tharayil is an accomplished innovator, author, entrepreneur, technologist,CTO adviser, and inspirational servant leader.He is currently the Founder and CTO of a SAAS-based Digital Credential Platform CertifyMe.Online. He has also been honored with the title "Mentor of change" by NITI Ayog, Govt of India, and was associated with the Association for Computing Machinery as "ACM Distinguished Speaker". He has authored 10 patents, 30+ articles, and 3 books across different domains he has touched.

What is Use Case-based learning ?

Usecase-based learning approach engages learners in a hands-on exercise of specific scenarios that resemble real-world examples. This learner-centric method helps learners gain not only the required knowledge but the key skill to apply the gained knowledge. Focusing on learning how to apply knowledge is essential for practical subjects like DevOps. In our program we use Use Case-based learning technique. Our practitioner learns by exploring several hands-on, real-life scenarios.

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Use Case

You are the lead developer of your team and your Architect has requested your help in setting up a CI/CD server (JENKINS) for your applications under development. Installing and configuring a Jenkins server is time-consuming and error-prone . How would you approach this problem .
No. Steps Commands
1 Run Jenkins in a container sudo docker run --name jenkins -p 8085:8080 anjurose/jenkins
2 View the Jenkins dashboard in the browser Access your application at YOUR_ipaddress:8085
3 Stop the container and exit it by Ctrl + c command Ctrl + c
4 View the containers sudo docker ps 
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