In this hands-on course, participants will gain an understanding of the tooling and methodologies involved in provisioning, managing, and automating application deployments through the use of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, playbooks and Git. Students will each get their own dedicated, pre-built lab environment in a public cloud platform.
As an experienced IT expert with special expertise in web technology and solutions, Marc has combined web development and management, to produce web and infrastructural solutions. This has enhanced technical and business processes for businesses and organizations across diverse industrial climates.
Marc's in-depth competencies in such tools and platforms as KVM, OpenStack, VMware, VEEAM, Linux, Ansible, PCI remediation amongst others have been maximized to develop diverse cloud solutions through develops technique, covering automation, orchestration, security, and service availability emphasis.
How to automate application deployment using Ansible’s playbooks
Understanding of GitOps workflows
CI/CD pipeline implementation
Using Ansible inventories, main Ansible config file, and modules
Writing and using roles, collections
Understanding variables, debug module, Ansible facts
Templating: Building templates, using template module, Jinja2
Automation controller features: RBAC, workflows, surveys
Using webhooks for notifications and job triggers
Building an automation job: Understanding inventories, credentials, syncing a project, and building a job template
Best practices writing, using and troubleshooting Ansible
It's been a real pleasure working with you guys, and you have helped me realize that microservices is something that I'm really interested in, and has lit a new fire in me, so thanks for all the support.
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The workshop session overall went very well. The knowledge transfer in terraform was great. Marc and Stuart were great and showed extensive expertise in the area. They answered many questions on real-world usage of terraform and general CI/CD, that helped the team understand the bigger picture. More importantly, it was clear that by the end of the workshop, the team is now thinking in terms of infrastructure as code. They are considering how we can integrate this mindset beyond just the GCP effort, but also in our existing applications and environments.
Some understanding of Git; basic Linux skills (SSH, file editing); high-level understanding of CI/CD processes; familiarity with writing YAML/JSON is an asset.
Developers, project teams, DevOps teams, Application/Software Architects, Sysadmins, Architects, Operations Teams, Cloud Operations Teams, Security, and Networking Teams.
Duration: 2 Days