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Sunday 21 March 2021

Integration of AWS with Ansible (Case-study)

  Ekansh Jain       Sunday 21 March 2021

What is Ansible?

Ansible is an automation tool, which is used for configuration management in the IT Industries like AWS, Windows, etc.

What Ansible can Do?

1) Automate: Using Ansible, you can automate the process, deploy app faster, manage large projects or systems.
2) Accelerate: Solve the problem once then use the same automated process every time if the same issue occurs.
3) Collaborate: It helps to break down the silos in the DevOps environment.
4) Integrate: Ansible can be integrated with a number of technologies like AWS, etc.

Power of Ansible with AWS

Using Ansible you can automate many services of AWS. It will increase the success rate of deploying the application. 

Before coming up with Ansible, AWS faces many issues:
1) How can you control cloud deployments?
2) How do DevOps work in AWS?
3) Security assurance?

The answer to the above questions is to automate with Ansible.

Manage Cloud Like Cloud with Ansible 

If you deploy our application on AWS cloud using many services and try to manage it, it is very hard to manage all the services together. So instead of using only AWS Cloud only, you will integrate AWS cloud with the Ansible tool, So that you can manage all the AWS services using a single tool automatically.

Using Ansible, you can easily scale up and scale down the number of instances in multiple regions with the same result.

Note: Ansible has approx. 100 modules that are supported by AWS cloud Like EC2 instance, AMI management, Cloudformation, cloud trail, etc. 

Ansible Tower

Using ansible tower, you can keep track of our services, where they were launched, or how many services you were having.

With Redhat Ansible Tower's cloud inventory synchronization, you can see how many instances were launched. You can connect Ansible Tower with AWS using AWS credentials.


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