Tag Archives: Ansible Configuration Management

Some first design ideas for an Ansible Inventory 2.0

In a my previous post “Current state of the Ansible inventory and how it might evolve” I explained some parts of the Ansible Inventory internals, and pointed out some features I would like to improve. Whilst this exercise might be interesting to Ansible and specifically its internal inventory, it might also just be an idea for an […]

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Current state of the Ansible inventory and how it might evolve

This is an introductory post about the Inventory in Ansible where I’m looking at the current design and implementation, some of it internals, and where hope to yield some discussion and ideas on how it could be improved, be extended. A recent discussion at Devopsdays Ghent last week, re-spawned my interest in this topic, with some people actively […]

Packt Publishing Ansible Configuration Management review

Around late November 2013 I – too – got contacted by Packt Publishing, asking to do a review on Ansible Configuration Management. I was a bit surprised, as I had declined their offer to write that book, which they asked me exactly two months earlier. Two months seemed like a short period of time to […]