ansible is another player in the configuration management, deployment, and command execution framework eco system. Some advantages are: ansible is small, it has only a few dependencies, and it’s written in python.



Alpine Linux:

For authentication ansible uses ssh. For every system you want to manage, you need to have your SSH key in the ~/.ssh/authorized_keys of the target system.

The file /etc/ansible/hosts needs an entry for every system in addition to the ssh key you want to maintain.

Now the setup is complete and we are ready for a first test.

The so-called Playbooks are using the YAML format and have a minimum of syntax. For managing systems this is the way to go.

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