Ansible 2 Cloud Automation Cookbook: Write Ansible playbooks for AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, and OpenStack

Orchestrate your cloud infrastructureKey FeaturesRecipe-based approach to install and configure cloud resources using AnsibleCovers various cloud-related modules and their functionalitiesIncludes deployment of a sample application to the cloud resources that we createLearn the best possible way to manage and automate your cloud infrastructureBook DescriptionAnsible has a large collection of inbuilt modules to manage various cloud resources. The book begins with the concepts needed to safeguard your credentials and explain how you interact with cloud providers to manage resources. Each chapter begins with an introduction and prerequisites to use the right modules to manage a given cloud provider. Learn about Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, and other providers. Each chapter shows you how to create basic computing resources, which you can then use to deploy an application. Finally, you will be able to deploy a sample application to demonstrate various usage patterns and utilities of resources.What you will learnUse Ansible Vault to protect secretsUnderstand how Ansible modules interact with cloud providers to manage resourcesBuild cloud-based resources for your applicationCreate resources beyond simple virtual machinesWrite tasks that can be reused to create resources multiple timesWork with self-hosted clouds such as OpenStack and DockerDeploy a multi-tier application on various cloud providersWho This Book Is ForIf you are a system administrator, infrastructure engineer, or a DevOps engineer who wants to obtain practical knowledge about Ansible and its cloud deliverables, then this book is for you. Recipes in this book are designed for people who would like to manage their cloud infrastructures efficiently using Ansible, which is regarded as one of the best tools for cloud management and automation.Table of ContentsGetting Started with Ansible and Cloud ManagementUsing Ansible to manage AWS Elastic Compute CLoud (EC2)Managing Amazon Web Services with AnsibleExploring Google Cloud Platform with AnsibleBuilding Infrastructure with Microsoft Azure and AnsibleWorking with Digital Ocean and AnsibleRunning Containers with Docker and AnsibleDiving into OpenStack with AnsibleAnsible Tower

Author: Aditya Patawari

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