You did WHAT with Ansible?! Automate the Uncommon (my AnsibleFest 2021 Presentation)

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  • internet-pi

    Raspberry Pi config for all things Internet.

    Automate my home Internet monitoring and access with Internet Pi.

  • drupal-pi

    Drupal on Docker on a Raspberry Pi. Pi Dramble's little brother.

    Automate the Pi Dramble website I run in my basement with Drupal Pi.

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • ansible-requirements-updater

    Update your requirements.yml with this grisly Ansible playbook.

    Update Ansible requirements.yml files with my Ansible Requirements Updater.

  • raspberry-pi-dramble

    Raspberry Pi Kubernetes cluster that runs HA/HP Drupal 8

    Automate the Pi Dramble website I run in my basement with Drupal Pi.

  • mac-dev-playbook

    Mac setup and configuration via Ansible.

    Provision and synchronize the configuration on my Macs with the Mac Dev Playbook.

  • ansible-job-report

    A template for creating HTML-based job reports with Ansible

    As you mentioned, using Jinja to generate HTML for job reports. When renovating our script-based patching process for Linux, we had to choose between Redhat Satellite and rolling our own. We found that Satellite was overkill for our needs, and not worth the maintenance fuss and licensing costs. The biggest draw of Satellite for management was reporting... so I tortured Jinja into making a pretty CSS-styled report at the end of our patching playbook. Everyone is happy, and we have one less tool to maintain!

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