Ansible Training Online
Anyone can start Ansible Training because there are no prior requirements necessary. We provide a 25-hour Ansible course taught by instructors with more than 09 years of real-time experience. The course includes real-world assignments and the faculty will direct you toward setting a work environment to practice assignments.
Assistance in CV preparation, interview questions answers, and materials are part of the training program. We do advise taking a one-hour session every day, From Monday through Friday, but one can also look into the weekend, fast-track, one-on-one, or customized programs.
Ansible Developer Career
Basic Computer Knowledge.
✔️Jobs On Ansible
Top IT MNC such as Capgemini, Cognizant, IBM, Infosys, Accenture, etc.,
✔️Ansible Developer Salary
The average salary for a Ansible Developer with 4 years experience in India is $16,157.
Ansible Course FAQ's
01. can you help me in CV preparation?
Yes, We can help you preparing your resume.
02. will you help in interview preparation?
We can provide you interview question answers. The course covered many real-time examples. These examples might help you.
03. Is this course sufficient to get a job?
Our training covered as many real-time examples as we can. This course may equivalent to 2 to 3 years of work experience. You have to work hard if you are aimed at 4+ years of experience.
04. What’s the certification process?
Please come with an exam code. We’ll guide you further. We’ll guide you on how to get certified. Don’t worry, we’ll help you in certification process.
05. Can you provide Work Support?
We can provide job support for an additional fee. Contact the support team for fee details. You can choose either the hourly rate or monthly fee.
Introduction To Ansible
- Ansible Basics
- Ansible vs. Other Tools
- Very brief history and reason for development of Ansible
- Brief comparison with Saltstack and others
- Benefits and limitations of using Ansible
- Introduction to YAML
- YAML Examples
The Essentials Of Configuration And Deployment
- What we can do with Ansible
- Our goals before, and our goals now
- Ansible Playbooks
- Configuring Your ‘Ansible’ Account
- Ansible Command Line
- System Facts
- System Facts: Common Values for Playbooks
- Our First Playbook
- Quick Examples
- Deploying configuration of Apache server
- Managing changes in the configuration
Outlining Your Playbook
- Create a Playbook from Our Outline
- Optimizing Your Playbook
- Taking Our Playbook for a Dry Run
- Asychronous Polling
- Simple Variable Substitution
- Local Actions
- Accelerated Mode
- Asynchronous Actions
- Dry Run
- Delegation, Rolling Updates and Local Actions
- Running playbooks interactively
- Prompt – Interactive Playbook
- Basic Include Statements
- Basic Error Handling
- Includes – Breaking Your Playbook Into Discrete Plays
- Starting At Task or Stepping Through All Tasks
- Passing Variables Into Playbooks at the Command Line
- Using Jinja2 Templates