Red Hat Certified Engineer (EX294) Cert Prep: 3 Managing Systems with Ansible

Red Hat Certified Engineer (EX294) Cert Prep: 3 Managing Systems with Ansible
Red Hat Certified Engineer (EX294) Cert Prep: 3 Managing Systems with Ansible
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 2h 08m | 300 MB

Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) is one of the top Linux certifications. And the main focus of the RHCE exam—IT automation using Ansible Engine—is a topic that’s valuable for both aspiring RHCEs and anyone using Ansible Engine. In this course, the final installment in the Red Hat Certified Engineer (EX294) Cert Prep series, review the basics of using Ansible modules for system administration and working with roles as you prepare for the Red Hat Certified Engineer (EX294) exam. Instructor Grant McWilliams covers creating Ansible roles and introduces dynamic content using Jinja2 and variables. He goes over the different Ansible modules specially designed to manage system software, users, services, and tasks. Plus, get troubleshooting tips, including how to use the debug module to spot problems.

Table of Contents

1 Introduction
2 What you should know
3 About the RHCE (EX294) exam
4 Before you proceed with this course
5 Directory structure best practices
6 Create the directory structure
7 Understanding RHEL System Roles
8 Using RHEL System Roles
9 Exploring Ansible Galaxy
10 Installing roles from Ansible Galaxy
11 Using dynamic inventory plugins
12 Using dynamic inventory scripts
13 Manage parallel playbook execution
14 Performance tuning Ansible
15 Templating with Jinja2
16 Using variables with Jinja2
17 Jinja2 syntax
18 Using control structures in Jinja2
19 Modules related to software management
20 Managing packages in playbooks
21 Implementing a playbook to manage software
22 Modules related to user management
23 Using playbooks to create users
24 Using external user data files
25 Advanced user creation
26 Modules for managing services and tasks
27 Creating a playbook to manage services
28 Creating a playbook to manage tasks
29 Managing Ansible logging and output
30 Troubleshooting Ansible playbooks
31 Taking the exam