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Ansible v2.9

Ansible automates IT tasks such as system configuration, continuous deployments and zero downtime rolling updates.

Ansible manages machines in an agent-less manner with no remote daemons. relying on existing OS credentials and usage of OpenSSH for transport to control access to remote machines. Ansible can connect with Kerberos, LDAP, and other centralized authentication management systems.

Ansible releases a new major release of Ansible approximately three to four times per year. The core application evolves somewhat conservatively, valuing simplicity in language design and setup. Contributors develop and change modules and plugins, hosted in collections.

Installation, Upgrade & Configuration

Common Ansible Scenarios

Network Automation

Ansible Galaxy

Reference & Appendices


Contributing to Ansible

Extending Ansible