Hello, my name is Konstantin and I'm very fond of Ansible.
Ansible, an open source community project sponsored by Red Hat, is the simplest way to automate IT. Ansible is the only automation language that can be used across entire IT teams – from systems and network administrators to developers and managers. Ansible by Red Hat provides enterprise-ready solutions to automate your entire application lifecycle – from servers to clouds to containers and everything in between. Ansible Tower by Red Hat is a commercial offering that helps teams manage complex multi-tier deployments by adding control, knowledge, and delegation to Ansible-powered environments.
I'm not affiliated with Ansible or Red Hat in any way. But I like the product. I play with it quite a bit, poke around under the hood modifying the source code and even submit pull requests occasionally. I want to share my experience with others. I spend some time answering questions about Ansible on Stack Overflow.
I decided to run some sort of blog with tutorials that are out-of-format for Stack Overflow and also some tricks that I discover without any specific question asked.
You can ping me on Twitter or write email to ksuvorovansibledaily.com.