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Resize Windows Disk On VMWare Via Ansible Automation Platform


This demo shows the Ansible Automation Platform(AAP) connecting to VMware Vcenter to expand a disk on a windows host. AAP then connects to the disk and expands the disk in windows itself. Blog post here: 🤍

Create VM using Ansible and Playbook


Create VM on ESXi using vCenter, Ansible and Playbook

Managing VMware VMs with Ansible by Jiri Tyr


Jiri takes us through the work he's done using Ansible to manage VMware virtual machines.

Empezando a usar Ansible con VMware


Ariel Sánchez nos enseña como empezar a usar Ansible con VMware en este Webinar

Tutorial: How to Ansible - John Hawley, VMware


Tutorial: How to Ansible - John Hawley, VMware

Ansible 101 - Episode 14 - Ansible and Windows


Jeff Geerling (geerlingguy) discusses Ansible and Windows; how to use Ansible on Windows and how Ansible can be used to manage Windows environments. Submit questions for the final Q&A episode here: 🤍 Ansible for DevOps: 🤍 Support Jeff on GitHub: 🤍 Support Jeff on Patreon: 🤍 Contents: 00:00 - Start 00:20 - Intro 03:38 - Jeff's Windows Background 06:32 - Windows Update 07:30 - Install WSL2 and Ansible 17:13 - Vagrant and Ansible with WSL2 32:45 - Manage Windows with Ansible 33:54 - Set up OpenSSH on Windows 40:38 - Talking to myself 41:01 - Ansible Windows Modules 45:47 - Ansible Windows Collection 49:54 - Ansible 101 series discussion 52:23 - Call for questions for final episode 56:24 - Outtro

Golden Image GitOps Pipeline with Ansible Automation Platform 2


Building or installing Operating Systems for deployment across hybrid cloud environments can be slow, tedious and error prone. In this demo, we look at an opinionated approach in setting up a Golden Image pipeline to build a hardened Base Image for Windows Server 2019. The pipeline leverages the workflow functionality in Ansible Automation Platform to build the image - A build is triggered whenever there is a merge request in GitLab. We have decided to go with the GitOps approach as it is a developer-centric approach to Continuous Delivery and Infrastructure Operation. With Git as the single source of truth, we can drive operations through Git workflows. The demo was done using Ansible Automation Platform 2.1 with Ansible Core 2.12 and all relevant playbooks can be found at 🤍

Deploying vCenter using Ansible


This is my first published video on Youtube ! Hope you will enjoy it In this video we will deploy a vCenter appliance on an ESXi host automatically using Ansible. The main playbook will invoke and run 4 other playbooks: - Deploy VCSA - Basic VCSA configuration (Create Datacenters, Clusters and Folders. - Add hosts (Add hosts to vCenter - License) - Add an NFS datastore to 2 ESXi hosts in vCenter. Github code: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍

GPN19 - Automate your virtual server deployments


🤍 Infrastructure as code is mainly known from cloud, but we can use the same tools to build environments with Vmware vSphere too. I will show my workflow to create test and production server on Vmware vSphere with Packer, Terraform and Ansible. We talk about the basics of Infrastructure as Code and the advantages building environments automatically. Christoph Stoettner 🤍

Build a Kubernetes Home Lab from Scratch step-by-step!


Building a Kubernetes Home Lab environment from scratch might seem like a daunting task. However, it is actually pretty straightforward with the right tools in place. In this video, we are going to use Kubeadm to initialize a Kubernetes cluster from scratch in our home lab environment. Using Kubeadm takes some of the heavy lifting out of the underlying complexities of Kubernetes. We look at how to build the Kubernetes home lab cluster from scratch step-by-step. Join me in the adventure! Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 My blog: 🤍 _ Social Media: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Introduction - 0:00 Talking about the lab environment and virtual machines needed - 0:53 How to leverage virtual machine snapshots in your home lab when learning Kubernetes - 2:13 Disabling virtual machine swap - 3:22 The actual commands to disable swap - 3:50 Installing Docker - 4:13 Installing CURL - 4:25 Adding the repository key for Kubernetes - 4:30 Adding the actual Kubernetes repository - 4:45 Running apt update - 4:55 Installing kubeadm, kubelet, kubectl, and Kubernetes - 5:02 Explaining why we are only running commands on the Kubernetes master node - 5:16 Running the kubeadm init command - 6:00 kubeadm init command finishes successfully and have the kubeadm join command - 6:20 The worker nodes are now caught up with the master node - 6:58 We still have the special join command to copy and paste into our worker nodes - 7:20 Notice the output of workers. They have successfully joined the Kubernetes cluster - 7:45 Kubectl commands are failing. This is because we haven't copied our kubeconfig to our HOME directory - 7:54 Nodes are in the not ready state. This is because we haven't deployed container networking - 8:30 We are going to deploy Calico for container networking - 8:45 After container networking we check the STATE of our Kubernetes nodes - 9:16 Wrapping up and thoughts on building a Kubernetes Home Lab from Scratch - 9:45 If you would like to read a full write up of how to build your Kubernetes Home Lab from scratch using virtual machines, read my blog post found here: - 🤍

OSDC 2018 | Spicing up VMWare with Ansible and InSpec by M. Schurz & S. Gumprich


VMWare is a common hypervisor choice in large organizations, and it comes with a zoo of additional tools, options and licenses. But once you add a little bit of OpenSource to the mix, things start to get interesting. There are open APIs which integrate well with Tools like Ansible and InSpec. So it is easy to write your own scripts to verify a configuration or harden a ESX host. We will show you, how we automated our deployment, what problems we encountered and how we added some nice features. NETWAYS Konferenzen: 🤍 Schulungen: 🤍 Shop: 🤍 Blog: 🤍 Webinare: 🤍 Social Media SlideShare: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Google+: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 🤍

Proxmox virtual machine *automation* in Terraform


In this video, I show you how to fully automate VM creation in Proxmox. We use Cloud-Init ready images, that we have prepared with Packer, in my last video. Now we use Terraform to automatically create our VM resources in code. #Proxmox #Terraform #Packer Create Proxmox VM Templates with Packer: 🤍 Terraform Beginner Tutorial: 🤍 Teleport-*: 🤍 Follow me: TWITTER: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 DISCORD: 🤍 GITHUB: 🤍 PATREON: 🤍 MY EQUIPMENT: 🤍 Timestamps: 00:00 - Introduction 00:42 - What do you need? 01:30 - Advertisement-* 02:02 - What is Terraform 02:46 - How it connects to Proxmox 04:32 - Create base Terraform Project 06:12 - Create VM Resources in Terraform 09:07 - Run our Terraform Script All links with "*" are affiliate links.

Automate your virtual lab environment with Ansible and Vagrant


I show you how you can easily automate a full lab environment containing multiple virtual machines using Vagrant and Ansible. #HomeLab #Ansible #Vagrant DOCS: 🤍 Vagrant tutorial: 🤍 Ansible tutorial: 🤍 Vagrant Installation Releases: 🤍 Vagrant + Hyper-V: 🤍 Vagrant Documentation: 🤍 Ansible Documentation: 🤍 Follow me: TWITTER: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 DISCORD: 🤍 GITHUB: 🤍 PATREON: 🤍 MY EQUIPMENT: 🤍 Timestamps: 00:00 - Introduction 02:25 - How to install Vagrant and Ansible on Windows 10 09:16 - Example to provision an Ubuntu Server 14:25 - Provision the Ubuntu Server with Ansible to install Docker All links with "*" are affiliate links.

Ansible For VMware By Examples book authored by Luca Berton published by Apress pre-order NOW


Ansible For VMware By Examples book, authored my Luca Berton, edited by Apress (Springer Nature Information Technology specialist) is going to be released soon in the best libraries and online bookshops. 🤍 Pre-order NOW: 🤍 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 🤍

CODE4234: Building VM Templates Programmatically with Packer with Troy Lindsay


In this session, Troy Lindsay talks us through an end-to-end demonstration of how to build Linux and Windows VM templates programmatically with Packer. To view the resources discussed in his session: • Code: • Documentation: - ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Troy Lindsay is currently a Senior Partner Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services on the VMware Cloud on AWS team, and enjoys spending most of his days designing products, infrastructure, and tooling with his fantastic team as well as with his awesome counterparts at VMware. Prior to AWS, he was a Principal Cloud Architect at Armor, an active cyber-security company, where he helped design the Armor Complete (secure public cloud) and Armor Anywhere (security as a service) product lines. He was inducted into the VMware vExpert program in March 2018 (🤍 - Follow us to keep up with VMware {code}! Twitter: 🤍vmwarecode Website: 🤍 Newsletter: 🤍

Using Ansible Tower to Deploy Elastic Stack on VMware Demo


As a very new user to Tower, I thought I'd do this video for anyone else as green as myself.

Deploying SQL Server 2019 Big Data Clusters on Kubernetes with Ansible: Doug Bernhardt


VMware and Ansible are a great combination for Infrastructure as Code (IaC) deployments. In this session you will learn step by step how to deploy a Kubernetes Cluster using VMware and Ansible. In addition, we will walk through deploying a Microsoft SQL Server 2019 Big Data Cluster. *About vBrownBag* SUBSCRIBE! 🤍 Socials: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 Google+: 🤍 is a community of people who believe in helping other people. Specifically we work in IT infrastructure and we help other people in the IT industry to better their carreers by educating. Most frequent activity is producing the vBrownBag podcast. vBrownBag also attends global conferences to produce TechTalks and theater sessions. *About vBrownBag Podcasts* The vBrownBag crew host podcasts where community members present on topics that will help others in the community. Some podcast series are aimed at helping people achieve certifications. Other podcasts help community members learn an entirely new subject area. We also cover areas like storage or automation. The podcast has been running weekly since 2010. *vBrownBag TechTalks* The vBrownBag crew love IT conferences, the only place where we actually see each other, the awesome people who are our presenters and the community members who follow the podcast. The conferences are also a great place to generate some more community learning content. More about vBrownBag: 🤍

Docker 101: Docker swarm with GlusterFS and Portainer with Ansible - part 2 - Code-Review


In this video, we will be diving into the code itself and explain how it works. we will be discussing the following playbooks: - prepare the ansible runner - install the glusterFS cluster - Install the Docker swarm cluster with glusterFS integration - VMware cloning (most advanced with Jinja2 templating) - portainer: docker stacks (compose) inside ansible All commands used in this tutorial can be found on GitHub: 🤍 - SUPPORT- Patreon ► 🤍 - SOCIAL- Twitter ► 🤍 Discord chat ► 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "IaC: Infrastructure as Code: Jenkins As Code - QuickTip" 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

Tuesday Tech Tip - A Deeper Dive into Ansible Playbooks


Each Tuesday, we will be releasing a tech tip video that will give users information on various topics relating to our Storinator storage servers. This week, Brett continues on with the series showcasing Ceph Ansible. Brett dives deeper into our Ceph Ansible playbooks, applying the knowledge showcased last week and does a complete walkthrough to show you the steps in setting up a virtual environment and building your very own Ceph cluster. Part 1 - Preparing The Virtual Enviroment - 1:28 Part 2 - Configure Ansible Variable - 24:50 Part 3 - Deploy Cluster - 38:25 Part 4 - Install cephfs/Dashboard and use the cluster - 44:04 If you haven't already, check out last week's video that gives a high-level look at Ceph Ansible: 🤍 Visit our website: 🤍 Check out our GitHub that includes our Ansible playbooks: 🤍 Check out Ansible: 🤍 Read our Knowledgebase for technical articles: 🤍 Check out our blog: 🤍 Have a discussion on our subreddit: 🤍 Be sure to watch next Tuesday, when we give you another 45 Drives tech tip.

Wrangling Your Windows Infrastructure With Ansible by Josh King


PowerShell Summit videos are recorded on a "best effort" basis. We use a room mic to capture as much room audio as possible, with an emphasis on capturing the speaker. Our recordings are made in a way that minimizes overhead for our speakers and interruptions to our live audience. These recordings are meant to preserve the presentations' information for posterity, and are not intended to be a substitute for attending the Summit in person. These recordings are not intended as professional video training products. We hope you find these videos useful - the equipment used to record these was purchased using generous donations from members of the PowerShell community.

Ansible# 6 - How to Gather Facts and Variables about Local Host and Remote Hosts - Module facts


Ansible by default gathers facts about controlled nodes or remote hosts when you run a playbook. Those facts can provide helpful variables which we can use in our playbook or tasks. Follow this lab exercise to understand: - how to make use of Ansible Facts in a Playbook - how to disable gathering of facts in a Playbook - how to use Ansible variables - how to run the Ansible Ad-Hoc Command to gather facts and variables - how to limit showing of facts to a limited subset of facts - how to filter out a specific piece of facts or information - how to use facts in decision making which we will cover completely in our next lab exercise or video

Before I do anything with VMware ESXi I do this first


For those that are running VMware ESXi in their home lab or production environments, there are many configurations that you will likely want to make on your ESXi host. Many of the configuration changes that need to be made will help to prepare your host for high availability, proper time synchronization, network configuration, storage, licensing, and adding your ESXi hosts to vCenter Server. In this video, I cover the first things I do on a VMware ESXi installation. Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 My blog: 🤍 _ Social Media: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Introduction to configuration changes to VMware ESXi - 0:00 Configuring the management interface - 0:48 Describing the Direct Console User Interface (DCUI) - 1:12 Configuring the management network - 1:33 Network adapter configuration - 1:45 Adding an additional network adapter for the management interface - 2:00 Configuring a specific VLAN for management traffic - 2:32 Setting a static IP address - 3:39 DNS configuration and DNS servers - 3:52 Setting the hostname - 4:00 DNS suffixes for DNS search suffixes - 4:13 Applying the changes and restarting the management network - 4:35 Logging into the ESXi host client - 4:55 Enabling SSH on your ESXi host - 5:12 Testing SSH connectivity to the ESXi host - 5:24 Patching the VMware ESXi host - 5:35 Software profiles and how they are used - 5:58 Getting the software profile - 6:06 Using the esxcli software profile update to update the ESXi server - 7:01 Setting the NTP server configuration in VMware ESXi - 7:35 Starting the NTP service - 8:38 Pointing your ESXi host to a syslog server - 9:03 Restarting the syslog service - 9:46 Adding the software iSCSI adapter - 9:54 Configuring iSCSI software adapter - 10:33 Adding a standalone ESXi host to a vCenter Server - 11:20 Beginning the add host wizard in vSphere Client to add to vCenter Server - 12:05 Behavior of the host after first adding to vCenter Server - 13:05 Adding VMkernel adapters in vSphere on your ESXi hosts - 13:29 Beginning the process to add VMkernel adapters and IP addresses - 14:00 Configuring the port properites - 14:25 Licensing the ESXi host - 15:22 Adding the license in the host client - 15:48 Adding a license in vCenter Server - 16:20 Concluding thoughts on ESXi settings I add on my VMware ESXi hosts - 17:32 VMware ESXi 8.0 Host client 2: 🤍 Upgrade to ESXi 8.0 in three ways: 🤍 VMware vSphere 8 download links: 🤍

Actifio Global Manager Oracle and Ansible Demo


Brylan Achilles and Chandra Reddy of Actifio, demonstrate Actifio Global Manager with Oracle and orchestration with Ansible. Recorded as part of Tech Field Day 11, June 22, 2016, in Boston MA. For more information, see 🤍 or 🤍

How-to: Deploy a Kubernetes cluster using Ansible within Proxmox


This video shows the process of deploying/initializing a Kubernetes (K8S) cluster using Ansible within Proxmox. It is a follow-up from the previous video where we created VMs in Proxmox using Terraform (🤍 This is a quick and cheap (basically free) method to get a Kubernetes cluster up and running locally to help learn Kubernetes and/or devops. If you like the video, please click like and subscribe! Thanks for watching! Blog post link for scripts and Ansible playbooks - 🤍 To skip past the VM creation steps - 🤍

Installing Ansible Controller


Installing Ansible Controller / server on Centos 8 using VMware workstation. Learn about the network configuration of VMware workstation. Installing ansible on centos 8.

Learning Infrastructure as Code in 2022 | Turja Chaudhuri | Terraform, Ansible & Kubernetes


Entire Series of Videos - 🤍 How can I learn Infrastructure as Code? Which Infrastructure as Code tool should I learn? Terraform or Ansible or CloudFormation or AWS CDK. These are some of the questions that a number of beginner reach out to me with. Turja N Chaudhuri (🤍 and Ranga Karanam (🤍 discuss these questions in depth in this video. ALL LEARNING PATHS - 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬ 💎 Discussion points 💎 ▬▬▬▬▬▬ ► What is Infrastructure as Code? ► Why should you learn Infrastructure as Code? ► What are the important Infrastructure as Code tools? ► Why you should learn Terraform in 2022? ► Why should you learn Ansible? ► What are the best practices with Infrastructure as Code? ► Why should you focus on acquiring T-Shaped skills? ▬▬▬▬▬▬ Learning Resources 🔗▬▬▬▬▬▬ s► Video - Terraform 101 - 🤍 ► Video - Kubernetes 101 - 🤍 ► Course - Master DevOps - 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬ Chapters ▬▬▬▬▬▬ 00:00:00 Introduction 00:00:51 What is Infrastructure as Code? 00:12:34 Why should you learn Infrastructure as Code? 00:15:08 What are the important Infrastructure as Code tools? 00:27:36 Why you should learn Terraform in 2022? 00:28:33 Why should you learn Ansible? 00:35:42 What are the best practices with Infrastructure as Code? 00:48:45 Closing

The Perfect Home Server Build! 18TB, 10Gbit LAN, Quiet & Compact


Another year, another home server build! This time I'm reusing some parts from my previous builds and cramming 18TB of storage into a 17 liter Streacom DA2 case. PiKVM: 🤍 Parts: Motherboard: Asrock C236 WSI (Buy it used) CPU: Intel i3-6100/i3-7100 (Buy it used) Recommended RAM 🤍 Hard drives 🤍 Case 🤍 Recommended SSD 🤍 Support the channel: Patreon 🤍 PayPal (one time donation) 🤍 Follow me: Twitter 🤍 GitHub 🤍 Twitch 🤍 Music: Vladislav Kurnikov – Saturday Morning Hale – Moment Gvidon – Body in a Half Light 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 🤍 Screwdriver 🤍 As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases Timestamps: 00:00 Intro 01:35 What I need from a home server 02:53 Motherboard 03:27 CPU 04:09 RAM 04:43 Storage 06:45 Case 07:21 Cooling and PSU 08:05 10Gbit NIC 08:31 Remote Management 10:14 Build considerations 11:21 Cost 12:10 Alternatives 13:03 Outro

Ansible Event Driven Automation


This video will cover how Ansible can be used for event-driven automation and responses to tickets The presenter is Alex Dworjan Github: 🤍 Repo used to respond to events: 🤍 Repo used to update ServiceNow: 🤍

Ansible Automation | Ansible Installation and Configuration


In this Video , information is on steps required to install Ansible Package on Control server. Also, details of LAB setup is discussed in the video.

Icinga Camp Amsterdam 2016 - Using Ansible to Deploy Icinga 2


This presentation demonstrates how to use Ansible to deploy Icinga2 in a distributed manner. The presentation demonstrates how to install a virtual machines, and to install a distributed ha master system. It will also show how to install NRPE and/or NSCA agents on the nodes. The system can be used to start a new deployment or can be used to migrate to Icinga 2.

4. Demystifying Ansible for Cisco ACI - Automation Demo


Demystifying Ansible for Cisco ACI - Automation Demo

d1DjangoCon 2014- Development with Ansible and VMs


By, Jeff Schenck How do you set up a kick-ass dev environment? I'll share our team's setup and tools that give us a dev environment with superpowers: mirrors production; sets itself up with a single command; documented in code; repeatable and shareable. I hope you learn something you can put into action tomorrow! Help us caption & translate this video! 🤍

Understanding Ansible Roles (Theory)


Ansible Training Course 2020 | Sign up to my free Discord community: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 JOIN THE COMMUNITY: 🤍 About The Cloud Coach: Michael Crilly, aka "The Cloud Coach", is a leading expert in DevOps and automation. The Coach has automated everything from Cisco hardware to AWS resources using various tools like Python, Ruby, Go, Terraform, Packer, CloudFormation, CI/CD, JenkinsCI, GitOps, and much more. The Coach also loves to teach everyone and anyone about the joy of automating complex Cloud resources to deliver a fast, better infrastructure that's cheaper to operate and more stable to manage. Connect with The Cloud Coach: My Discord community: 🤍 The VIP program: 🤍 The Newsletter: 🤍 Checkout my FREE courses! What are IAC & CAC?: 🤍 Terraform Crash Course: 🤍 Ansible Crash Course: 🤍 Packer Crash Course: 🤍 Checkout my PREMIUM courses! Terraform Crash Course: Premium: 🤍 Terraform: Understanding State: 🤍 CI/CD Introduction: 🤍

Avoiding common mistakes in your Ansible playbooks


When we write an Ansible playbook or role, we usually do it because we want to automate error-prone manual tasks. But if the Ansible playbook we wrote is unreliable, all we did is replace one source of problems with another one. Fortunately, with a little bit of knowledge, discipline, and help from the tools, everyone can have reliable, Ansible-based automation. In our talk, we will use a series of practical examples to answer the following questions: 1. What are the most common mistakes that make Ansible playbooks and roles unreliable? 2. What tools do we have at our disposal to help us make our Ansible setup more reliable and robust? 3. How can we make sure our content does not (bit)rot? And as an additional bonus, you will get to learn the answers from a developer that helps maintain Molecule and Ansible Lint tools.

What's On My Home Server? Storage, OS, Media, Provisioning, Automation


- What applications do I run on my home server? - What OS am I using? - How do I automate deploying and provisioning? - How do I secure my services from unauthorized access? ...and many other questions, answered in this video 😊 Links: My Ansible Playbook: 🤍 My Ubuntu Autoinstall Role: 🤍 "Ansible for Devops" by Jeff Geerling: 🤍 "Ansible 101" Series by Jeff Geerling: 🤍 Awesome Selfhosted Github: 🤍 Follow me: Twitter 🤍 GitHub 🤍 Twitch 🤍 Support the channel: Patreon 🤍 PayPal (one time donation) 🤍 Music: Jalowo – Luminism (ft. Yonderling) Hale – Moment Tru Genesis – Burned King Pong – Game Recognize 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 00:29 The dashboard and media applications 02:21 Nextcloud 03:20 PhotoPrism 04:15 Bitwarden/Vaultwarden 05:30 System applications 06:35 PiKVM 07:48 PiHole & Unbound 09:07 Home Automation 11:36 Other stuff 12:15 The OS 13:05 Storage and filesystems 14:38 Security 16:57 Dynamic DNS 17:59 Provisioning and deploying 19:09 IaC (Infrastracture as Code) 20:00 Why not just use shell scripts? 22:14 Ansible playbook walkthrough 23:50 Yeeting my bootdrive and reinstalling from scratch 25:48 Thoughts and considerations 26:38 Special thanks and outro

Ansible - Cisco Device (CSR1000V) - Tutorial


Tutorial to configure Ansible to control Cisco Device (CSR 1000V) using SSH. Detailed steps to configure CISCO CSR 1000V can be found here : 🤍

Windows Linux Subsystem: How to run Ansible on Windows! Set up for NetDevOps: Part 5


Use the Windows Linux Subsystem to run Ansible on your Windows computer. Setting up your Windows workstation as a development environment: Install bash, git, Python, atom, Postman, Docker and more! So you are a follower of Gates, Balmer and Nadella, excellent! Let's supercharge that Windows workstation with everything you need to be a programability ninja! Objectives: - Install a basic development toolset on your local workstation -Verify the tools are all working as expected Prerequisites: In this lab you'll find walkthroughs on how to install a set of common development tools on a Windows 10 workstation. If you haven't reviewed the lab "What is a Development Environment, and why do you need one?" yet, you may want to go back and take a look. In it, you will learn the reasons behind the types of tools and choices made for this lab. DevNet Homepage 🤍 Learning Lab - Dev Setup 🤍 NetDevOps Live! DevNet Show 🤍 Network Programmability Basics Video Series 🤍

Getting Started with Ansible - Part 1 of 2 (Jeremy Murrah)


Looking for part 2 of this demo? 🤍 What is Ansible? Ansible is an amazingly flexible tool to manage your infrastructure. It's a simple IT automation engine that automates cloud provisioning, configuration management, application deployment, intra-service orchestration, and many other IT needs. Ansible allows you configure and manage many computers at once, with ease. If you have never touched Ansible, fear not, because this two part video series covers all the major pieces of Ansible. This first video is an intro that will cover how to get started and what are the important pieces to understand. Part 2 covers more of the advanced features and customized code you can create for Ansible. Our guest speaker for this talk is Jeremy Murrah, a sysadmin who uses Ansible daily to configure and maintain hundreds of nodes for his employer. Jeremy skillfully shows off the basic features of Ansible, how they work and then highlights some useful modules to extend Ansible even further. If you like this content, be sure to join RTPSUG in person! The Research Triangle PowerShell Users Group (RTPSUG) is the largest PowerShell group in the world! We meet twice a month to discuss all topics related to PowerShell and automation. Our topics cover beginner to advanced concepts and offer people a chance to learn new skills and ask questions. Our mission is to create a space for all attendees to feel welcome, have a chance to ask questions and be part of a community. For more information on our group, please visit any of following links: WEB: 🤍 MEETUP: 🤍 LINKEDIN: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 GITHUB: 🤍

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