Crikey, you lot have been busy writing in December. We’ve obtained extra knowledge munging from Greg Sutcliffe; we have got writing modules for orchestrating safety; we have got networks, containers and ideas from a sysadmin. No YouTubes this month—we thought you’d have sufficient studying right here with the articles. Enjoy!
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A busy month of writing, it could seem. Go, go, you bloggers:
Greg Sutcliffe has been sifting via the mountain of group knowledge once more. This month he is been visualising the community contributions to Ansible Modules.
In making the most out of Ansible tasks change status, Lucas Patingre reminds us we do not simply need to see Ansible duties fail or succeed. We will be picky about how we see modifications.
Network engineer Ajay Chenampara’s answer for inventories in a spreadsheet: Ansible Custom Inventory Plugin—a hands-on, quick start guide.
Long-time group contributor Jeff Geerling has written about how one can run Ansible Tower or AWX in Kubernetes or OpenShift with the Tower Operator.
Get organized! Daniel Leite de Abreu exhibits us how one can organize your SSH keys in AWS.
Shawn Powers shares a sysadmin’s thoughts on using Ansible.
A choice of the meetups that passed off this month:
Just lacking the cutoff for final month’s publication, the Ansible London meetup happened. Another standard turnout with 140 RSVPs. All the talks have been recorded and posted on the meetup’s YouTube channel, too.
135 individuals signed up for the Pune meetup.
Ansible Berlin was back after a protracted break. The group rolled out the fishbowl, too.
Happy particular person of the month
The extra I exploit @ansible, the extra I prefer it!
— Christophe Cosnefroy (@ccosnefroy) October 4, 2019
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