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Ansible Advanced training Training in Tampa, FL, United States

Take your knowledge a step further and master Ansible--the configuration management tool that has revolutionized IT automation!

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Description

You have already learnt the fundamental concepts of Ansible and understood its needs and benefits in IT automation. KnowledgeHut helps you take your understanding of Ansible further with this advanced course, at the end of which you will learn Ansible configuration management, Playbooks, Modules, Roles, Action Plugins and much more.

Ansible has become widely popular as an automation tool and organizations around the globe are migrating to this technology. Ansible jobs are quite lucrative and this is the right time for professionals to master this technology and get ahead in their career.

On successful completion of the course, you will receive a Course Completion Certificate from KnowledgeHut with Credits (1 credit per hour of training).

What you will learn:
  • Revisit Ansible features, installation and uses
  • Advanced Playbooks to perform complex deployments
  • Writing Modules
  • To use Action Plugins to perform several operations
You will also get:
  • Course completion certificate
  • Downloadable courseware
  • 1 KnowledgeHut credit per hour of learning

Key Features

5-day intensive training on Ansible
Learn the advanced features of Ansible
Learn through hands on practical exercises
Get course completion certificate
Get comprehensive courseware in downloadable format
Manage your infrastructure needs with Ansible

Curriculum

  • Course Introduction
  • Introduction to Ansible
  • Ansible vs. Other Tools
  • Introduction to YAML
  • YAML Examples
  • Ansible Documentation: Modules
  • Test Environment Setup
  • Download and Installation
  • Ansible Configuration File
  • Ansible Python Dependencies
  • The HOSTS File
  • Overriding the Default HOSTS File
  • Overriding the Default System Ansible.Cfg File
  • Overriding the Default Roles Path
  • Exercise: Exercise: Configure Test Environment for Secure Access
  • Exercise: Exercise: Configuring the Ansible Host Environment
  • Exercise: Exercise: Ansible Facts
  • Configuring Your 'Ansible' Account
  • Ansible Command Line
  • System Facts
  • System Facts: Common Values for Playbooks
  • Our First Playbook
  • Variables: Inclusion Types
  • Target Section
  • Variable Section
  • Task Section
  • Handler Section
  • Outlining Your Playbook
  • Create a Playbook from Our Outline
  • Optimizing Your Playbook
  • Taking Our Playbook for a Dry Run
  • Asychronous Polling
  • Simple Variable Substitution
  • Lookups
  • RunOnce
  • Local Actions
  • Loops
  • Conditionals
  • Until
  • Notify
  • Vault
  • Prompt - Interactive Playbook
  • Basic Include Statements
  • Tags
  • Basic Error Handling
  • Includes - Breaking Your Playbook Into Discrete Plays
  • Starting At Task or Stepping Through All Tasks
  • Passing Variables Into Playbooks at the Command Line
  • Using Jinja2 Templates
  • LocalAction
  • DelegateTo
  • Exercise: Exercise: Running Ansible Commands Against Hosts
  • Exercise: Exercise: Querying a Remote System
  • Exercise: Exercise: Create a Simple Playbook
  • Exercise: Exercise: Building a Larger Playbook - Target Section
  • Exercise: Exercise: Building a Larger Playbook - Variable Section
  • Exercise: Exercise: Building a Larger Playbook - Task Section
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Loops
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Notify
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Conditionals
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Lookup
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Local Action
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Run Once
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Prompt
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Includes
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Tags
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Until
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Ignore Errors
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Discrete Plays
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Create an Outline
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Create Playbook from Outline
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Optimize Your Outline Playbook
  • Exercise: Exercise: Take Your Playbook for a DryRun
  • Exercise: Exercise: Jinja2 Template Creation
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Using Templates
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Start At
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Step Into
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - Variables from Command Line
  • Exercise: Exercise: Playbooks - DelegateTo
  • The 'Setup' Module
  • The 'File' Module
  • The 'Pause' Module
  • The 'WaitFor' Module
  • The 'Yum' Module
  • The 'Apt' Module
  • The 'Service' Module
  • The 'Copy' Module
  • The 'Command' Module
  • The 'Cron' Module
  • The 'Debug' Module
  • The 'Fetch' Module
  • The 'User' Module
  • The 'AT' Module
  • The 'DNF' Module
  • The 'Apache2_Module' Module
  • The 'SetFact' Module
  • The 'Stat' Module
  • The 'Script' Module
  • The 'Shell' Module
  • The 'SELinux' Module
  • The 'SEBoolean' Module
  • The 'Raw' Module
  • The 'Ping' Module
  • The 'Package' Module
  • The 'Unarchive' Module
  • The 'HTPasswd' Module
  • The 'GetURL' Module
  • The 'Group' Module
  • The 'Mail' Module
  • The 'Filesystem' Module
  • The 'Mount' Module
  • The 'Notify' Module
  • The 'AptRepo' Module
  • The ' AptKey' Module
  • The ' ACL' Module
  • The 'Git' Module
  • The 'Template' Module
  • The 'MySQL_DB' Module
  • The 'MySQL_User' Module
  • The 'Kernel_Blacklist' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The Pause Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The WaitFor Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The Setup Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Yum' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Apt' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Service' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Copy' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Command' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Cron' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Debug' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'User' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Fetch' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'SetFact' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Stat' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Script' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Debug' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Fetch' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'User' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'AT' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'DNF' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Shell' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'SELinux' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'SEBoolean' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Raw' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Ping' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'HTPasswd' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'GetURL' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Group' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Filesystem' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Mount' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Mail' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Unarchive' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Notify' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Apt Repo' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'AptKey' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'ACL' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'MySQL_DB' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'MySQL_User' Module
  • Roles - The Directory Structure
  • Role Based Tasks
  • Task Order - Pre and Post Tasks
  • Roles - Conditional Execution
  • Roles - Variable Substitution
  • Roles - Handlers
  • Roles - Using Notification
  • Roles - Configuring Alternate Roles Paths
  • Roles - Conditional Include Statements
  • Roles - Waiting For Events
  • Roles - Executing a Task Until
  • Roles - Using Tags
  • Roles - Breaking a Playbook Into a Role
  • Roles - Passing Variables from Command Line
  • Roles - DelegateTo
  • Roles - LocalAction
  • Exercise: Exercise: Roles - Create Directory Structure
  • Exercise: Exercise: Roles - Tasks Within a Role
  • Exercise: Exercise: Roles - Pre and Post Tasks
  • Exercise: Exercise: Roles - Variable Substitution
  • Exercise: Exercise: Roles - Conditional Roles
  • Exercise: Exercise: Roles - Using Templates
  • Ansible Command Line - Installing Packages
  • Ansible Command Line - Services and Hosts
  • Ansible Command Line - Commands and Shells
  • Ansible Command Line - Managing Users
  • Ansible Command Line - Create and Manage Cron Jobs
  • Ansible Command Line - Running Arbitrary Commands
  • Ansible Command Line - Output Tree
  • Exercise: Exercise: Ansible Command Line - Run Arbitrary Module Commands
  • Exercise: Exercise: Ansible Command Line - Installing Packages
  • Exercise: Exercise: Ansible Command Line - Managing Services
  • Exercise: Exercise: Ansible Command Line - Managing Users
  • Exercise: Exercise: Ansible Command Line - Managing CRON Jobs
  • Exercise: Exercise: Ansible Command Line - Run Arbitrary System Commands
  • Creating a Web Server Deployment - Outline
  • Creating a Web Server Deployment - Playbook First Pass
  • Creating a Web Server Deployment - Playbook Optimization
  • Creating a Web Server Deployment - Breaking Into Role(s)
  • Creating an NFS Server Deployment - Outline
  • Creating an NFS Server Deployment - Playbook First Pass
  • Creating an NFS Server Deployment - Playbook Optimization
  • Creating an NFS Server Deployment - Breaking Into Role(s)
  • Creating a Database Server Deployment - Outline
  • Creating a Database Server Deployment - Playbook First Pass
  • Creating a Database Server Deployment - Playbook Optimization
  • Creating a Database Server Deployment - Breaking Into Role(s)
  • Exercise: Exercise: Use Case - Create a Web Server Outline
  • Exercise: Exercise: Use Case - Create a DB Server Outline
  • Exercise: Exercise: Use Case - Create an NFS Server Outline
  • Galaxy Introduction and Usage
  • Ansible 2.0 - Installation
  • Ansible 2.0 - Playbooks: User Privilege Escalation Changes
  • Ansible 2.0 - Modules: The 'Find' Module
  • Ansible 2.0 - Modules: The 'Package' Module
  • Ansible 2.0 - Roles: User Privilege Escalation Changes
  • Ansible 2.0 - Roles: The 'Find' Module
  • Ansible 2.0 - Roles: The 'Package' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Find' Module
  • Exercise: Exercise: The 'Package' Module

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Frequently Asked Questions

This course is apt for developers who want to learn about Ansible.

Participants must have familiarity with Linux basic skills (like working file and directories). Completion of the Ansible Essentials course will be beneficial.

Yes, KnowledgeHut does offer virtual training for this course. Call us for more information on the same.

On successful completion of the course you will receive a course completion certificate issued by KnowledgeHut.

You will receive 1 credit per hour of learning which totals to 40 credits for the entire workshop.

Ansible is a configuration management tool that has steadily gained popularity as being a relatively simple IT automation system that automates several things from application deployment, orchestration, cloud provisioning etc. Some of the advantages it brings are efficiency, security, and scalability. We bring you a full-fledged course on Ansible that will help you use this tool effectively for your infrastructure management.

Your instructors are Ansible experts who have years of industry experience.

Any registration cancelled within 48 hours of the initial registration will be refunded in FULL (please note that all cancellations will incur a 5% deduction in the refunded amount due to transactional costs applicable while refunding) Refunds will be processed within 30 days of receipt of written request for refund. Kindly go through our Refund Policy for more details: http://www.knowledgehut.com/refund

Please send in an email to support@knowledgehut.com, and we will answer any queries you may have!

Ansible Advanced training Course in Tampa, FL

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