Linux Redhat Administration III – Automation Ansible RHEL8

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Prepare for Linux Exam-294 Ansible with valid Exam Questions with Explanation

What you’ll learn
Linux Automation with Ansible
Introducing Ansible
Ansible Components
Deploying Ansible
AD HOC Commands With Ansible
Implementing Playbooks
Managing Variables and Facts
Ansible Secrets
Implementing Task Control
Deploying Files to Managed Hosts
Handling Task Failures
Deploying files to managed hosts
Managing Large projects
Deploying Custom files with Jinja2 Templates
Configuring Parallelism
Including & Importing Files
Simplifying Playbooks with Roles
Troubleshooting Ansible
Automating Linux Administration Tasks
PC or Laptop with internet Connection
RHEL, CentOS, VMware Workstation & Oracle VirtualBox
Students must have knowledge about Red Hat System Administration – SA1 & SA2
Linux Exam EXAM-294 with Ansible Sample Practice Exams – OS Version 8
Linux Certified System Administrator Exam (EX-200 – 2.5 Hours Required), there are two course modules as shown below.
Linux System Administration I – SA1 (First part)
Linux System Administration II – SA2 (Second part)
Linux Certified Engineer (EXAM294 – 4 Hours Required)[ First & Second part is required to complete this course. ]
Linux System Administration III: Linux Automation with Ansible ==> This Course Module will teach you this module.
Course Description
Linux System Administration III: Linux Automation with Ansible (RH294)
What is Ansible?
Ansible Limitations
Ansible Architecture
Overview of Ansible Setup
Ansible Installation
Installing Ansible
Guided Exercise
Deploying Ansible
Ansible Components
– Ansible Configuration
– Host Inventory
– Core Modules
– Custom Modules
– Playbooks
– Connection Plugins
Ansible Host Inventories
Guided Exercise: Building an Ansible Inventory
Customizing Ansible
Managing Ansible Configuration files
AD HOC Commands With Ansible
Syntax of Ad Hoc Command
Ansible Modules
Ansible Command-line Options
Idempotent behavior of Ansible Modules
Guided Exercise
Implementing Playbooks
Overview of Playbook Syntax
Writing and Running Playbooks
Lab – Write a Simple Playbook, User Creation task
Guided Exercise – Web Server Installation
Guided Exercise – Multiple Tasks
Managing Variables & Facts in Ansible
Overview of variables in Ansible
Lab-Managing Variables
Hosts & Group variables
Lab on Host & Group Variables
Ansible Facts
Managing Secrets
Ansible Vault Command
Lab – Edit, encrypt, decrypt, and view files
Guided Exercise – 1
Guided Exercise – 2
Implementing Task Control
Manage task control, handlers, and task errors in Ansible Playbooks.
Task Iteration with Loops
Lab – Simple Loops, Loops over a List of Hashes
Lab – with_items, with_file
Lab – using register variables with loops
Lab – Running tasks Conditionally using when statement
Lab – when statement using ansible facts
Lab – Testing multiple conditions using when statement
Lab – "in" keyword
Lab – Combining Loops & Conditional Tasks
Lab – Combining Conditionals & Register Varaibles
Ansible Handlers
Lab – Ansible Handlers
Handling Task Failures
Managing task errors in plays – ignore_errors
Specifying task failure Conditions
failed_when keyword
changed_when keyword
Guided Exercise
Deploying files to managed hosts
Describing files modules
Lab – copy & fetch modules
Lab – lineinfile & blockinfile modules
Lab – modify file attributes such as SELinux Context
Lab – stat module
Guided Exercise
Deploying Custom files with Jinja2 Templates
Overview of Jinja Templates
Control Structure – using loops, variables
Lab – for, loop.index variable, if else in Jinja2 Templates
Guided Exercise
Configuring Parallelism
About Parallelism in Ansible
Managing rolling updates – serial keyword
Guided Exercise – Forks Parameter
Guided Exercise – Serial Keyword
Including & Importing Files
Overview of Importing & Including files
Import_playbook & import_tasks
define variables using import_tasks
Include_tasks and its comparison with import_tasks
Guided Exercise
Simplifying Playbooks with Roles
Ansible Roles
Create Ansible Roles
Lab: Simplifying Playbooks with Roles
Troubleshooting Ansible
Log Files for Ansible
The Debug Module
Managing Errors : –syntax-check, –step, –list-tasks, –start-at-tasks
Using check mode as a Testing Tool
Guided Exercise
Last Lecture
Linux EX294 with Ansible Sample Practice Exams – OS Version 8
Who this course is for
There is no formal prerequisites for this course; however, previous system administrator experience on other operating system would be very beneficial.

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