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Ansible is best known for IT automation, but it can streamline operations across the entire organization. From application deployment to provisioning, Ansible is a powerful open source tool for automating routine IT tasks. It can help an organization’s IT run smoothly, with core IT processes networked and maintained. Ansible is an advanced IT orchestration solution, and it …

Ansible is a software tool that provides simple but powerful automation for cross-platform computer support. It is primarily intended for IT professionals, who use it for application deployment, updates on workstations and servers, cloud provisioning, configuration management, intra-service orchestration, and nearly anything a systems administrator does on a weekly or daily basis. Ansible doesn’t depend on …

Overview Ansible is an IT automation tool. It can configure systems, deploy software, and orchestrate more advanced IT tasks such as continuous deployments or zero downtime rolling updates.   Prerequisites Ubuntu 18.04   Installation 01. Update the repository   02. Install software-properties-common   03. Add package repository for Ansible 04. Install Ansible   05. Verify …

PyCon 2019 | Shipping your first Python package and automating future publishing Speaker: Chris Wilcox   One of the best things about Python is the vast ecosystem of packages available on the Python Package Index. Shipping your first Python package can be intimidating. This talk aims to remove the mystery of Python packaging and enable …

Making a move to DevOps can be a daunting undertaking, with many organizations not knowing the right place to start. I recently had some fun taking a few “DevOps assessments” to see what solutions they offered. I varied my answers—from an organization that fully embraces DevOps to one at the beginning of the journey. Some of the …

PyCon 2019 | Break the Cycle: Three excellent Python tools to automate repetitive tasks Speaker: Thea Flowers Find yourself doing the same thing over and over again? Does it take more than one command to run your tests? build your docs? publish your project? deploy? It is often difficult to share your code because others …