Ansible | Configurationmanagement

In this training you will learn the basics of the Ansible configuration management system, including its installation and usage. We will discuss configuration of Linux/Unix systems, how to write and use playbooks and roles, and you will receive an introduction into creating your own modules. The training consists of practical use-cases and will contain a number of labs.

Training location/ duration:

2-day training | Nuremberg | daily from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm

Next trainings:

December 2017
12.12.2017 - 13.12.2017
February 2018
20.02.2018 - 21.02.2018
April 2018
17.04.2018 - 18.04.2018
July 2018
24.07.2018 - 25.07.2018
October 2018
23.10.2018 - 24.10.2018
December 2018
11.12.2018 - 12.12.2018

Content:

In this Ansible configuration management training you'll learn how to use Ansible:

  • Introduction into config management
  • Introduction to Ansible (Linux/Unix)
  • Ansible installation
  • Configuring SSH
  • Inventory and host-/group variables
  • Ad-hoc commands
  • Modules
  • Templates
  • Creating and using roles
  • Ansible Vault
  • Tips on creating your own modules

Price:

The training fee is 1.550,- € excl. VAT

It includes the following:

  • 2 days training attendance in small groups
  • Coffee breaks incl. snacks twice a day
  • Lunch (incl. 1 beverage)
  • Dinner (incl. 2 beverages)
  • Free notebook during the training session
  • Training material
  • Free WiFi-access

Accommodation

We are happy to assist you booking a hotel room. Please do not hesitate to contact us. 

Target group:

Linux/Unix system administrators with a reasonable command of basic utilities and a text editor.

Conception:

To ensure an aim-oriented and efficient realization of this training the number of participants is limited. This enables an intense examination of the course content and the opportunity to settle individual questions and problems.

The exchange between the participants is of particular importance for us. This is also the reason why all participants are invited to dinner so that a lot of scope for discussions and exchange of experience is allowed between the participants outside the workshop hours.