Red Hat Enterprise Linux Automation with Ansible(RH294) is designed for Linux® system administrators and developers who need to automate provisioning, configuration, application deployment, and orchestration. You will learn how to install and configure Ansible® on a management workstation; prepare managed hosts for automation; write Ansible Playbooks to automate tasks; and run playbooks to ensure servers are correctly deployed and configured.
This course is based on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux 8 and Red Hat® Ansible Engine 2.8.
Pass the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) exam (EX200), or demonstrate equivalent Red Hat Enterprise Linux knowledge and experience
This course is geared toward Linux system administrators, DevOps engineers, infrastructure automation engineers, and systems design engineers who are responsible for these tasks:
Automating configuration management
Ensuring consistent and repeatable application deployment
Provisioning and deployment of development, testing, and production servers
Integrating with DevOps continuous integration/continuous delivery workflows
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Automation with Ansible (RH294) Delivery Methods
Official Red Hat training curriculum
Extensive hands-on labs for enhancing practical skills
Bring this course to your facility
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Automation with Ansible (RH294) Course Benefits
Install and configure Ansible or Red Hat Ansible Engine on a control node.Create and manage inventories of managed hosts, as well as prepare them for Ansible automation.Run individual ad hoc automation tasks from the command line.Write Ansible Playbooks to consistently automate multiple tasks and apply them to managed hosts.Parameterize playbooks using variables and facts, and protect sensitive data with Ansible Vault.Write and reuse existing Ansible roles to simplify playbook creation and reuse code.Automate common Red Hat Enterprise Linux system administration tasks using Ansible.
RH294 Course Outline
Describe Ansible concepts and install Red Hat Ansible Engine.
Manage variables and facts
Implement task control
Deploy files to managed hosts
Manage large projects
Simplify playbooks with roles
Automate Linux administration tasks