Learn how to create the Ansible Automation Controller (AWX) effortlessly using Ansible, utilizing the AWX Operator. This section also guides you through configuring the controller using Ansible, including setting up an organization, credentials, an Ansible Execution Environment, and a Job Template, which facilitates the provisioning of the Reverse Proxy.
AAP is a powerful and open-source automation platform that consists of two key components: the Automation Controller (AWX) and the Ansible Automation Hub (Galaxy NG).
Discover how to create the Ansible Automation Hub (Galaxy NG) using Ansible, in conjunction with the Pulp Operator. Additionally, this guide demonstrates how to configure the remote community repository with collections, enhancing your automation capabilities.
AWX met Ansible
Learn how to reconfigure AWX to utilize the private Galaxy NG automation hub instead of the public Galaxy website.
Unlock the potential of AAP by creating a virtual desktop environment and configuring it as an Ansible Control Node. This configuration ensures seamless connectivity to the Ansible Automation Hub (Galaxy NG) for efficient automation workflows.
Learn how to effectively manage secrets using Ansible Vault in Ansible projects, particularly in the context of Red Hat Automation Platform (AAP) and AWX.
The Ansible Execution Environment project provides a standardized environment for executing Ansible playbooks and roles.
An Ansible requirements file allows you to install multiple collections with a single command, and this file can also be used by AAP/AWX.
Learn how to automate stop-start routines efficiently using a versatile and adaptable Ansible role.
Ansible Execution Environment for Rijkswaterstaat (RWS)