INSTRUCTOR-LED COURSE

Microsoft Windows Automation with Red Hat Ansible (DO417)

Course Information

Duration: 4 days

Version: DO417

Price: $3,400.00

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OVERVIEW

Microsoft Windows Automation with Red Hat Ansible (DO417) is designed for Windows Server professionals without previous Ansible© experience. You will use Ansible to write automation playbooks for Microsoft Windows systems to perform common system administration tasks reproducibly at scale. You will also learn to use Red Hat© Ansible Tower to securely manage and run your Ansible playbooks from a central web-based user interface.


This course is based on Red Hat Ansible Engine 2.8, Red Hat Ansible Tower 3.5, and Windows Server 2016 and 2019.

Prerequisites:

You are expected to have experience as Windows Server administrators, but no previous experience with Red Hat Ansible Automation or Linux©_ is required.

 

Target Audience:

Windows Server administrators interested in automating management tasks and in using automation tools to implement their DevOps workflow.

 

Course Objectives:

You will write and run Windows automation tasks using Red Hat Ansible Automation in a Windows environment. You will perform common administrative tasks, write Ansible projects from your Windows workstation, store the history of all changes in a Git-based version control system, and run and troubleshoot those tasks from the web interface of Red Hat Ansible Tower.

 

Course Outine:

  • Introduction to Red Hat Ansible Automation
  • Run simple automation commands
  • Implement Ansible playbooks
  • Manage variables and facts
  • Install and update software
  • Implement task control
  • Deploy files to managed hosts
  • Interact with users and domains
  • Automate Windows automation tasks
  • Manage large projects
  • Construct Ansible Tower workflows