You’ve heard a lot about Ansible, the Red Hat automation platform that’s making many IT professionals’ lives easier. Now’s your chance to master it for yourself. Whether you’re just starting your career or currently lead teams of IT professionals, A Cloud Guru has certification courses and hands-on learning exercises that can take your skills to the next level and help you make the most of this versatile platform.
Whether it’s Ansible for AWS, Azure, or Linux, here at A Cloud Guru we believe people learn best by doing. That’s why starting your Ansible learning journey with engaging video lessons led by pros is just that — a start. From there, A Cloud Guru allows you to go hands-on with interactive, live-environment labs you won’t find anywhere else.
This learn-by-doing approach reinforces the Ansible skills you’ll learn in classes, helps you retain important information better, and gives you valuable experience building (or automating) things in the cloud, so you can easily bring the applications of Ansible into your day-to-day work.
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Looking to build up your Ansible playbook, or the complex tasks you’re able to automate with this platform? A Cloud Guru will take you through not only the basics but to more advanced uses of things like Ansible Tower or Ansible Galaxy. If you’ve got big plans for server automation, security automation, and more, the right courses, video lessons, and Hands-on Labs are just a click away on A Cloud Guru.
As you wade into the world of Ansible, you’ll need to get familiar with things like Ansible Command, shell, or other Ansible modules. Sound intimidating? It shouldn’t — not when A Cloud Guru has developed Hands-on Labs right in line with your course learning. These allow you to get real, hands-on experience with Ansible topics anytime. Use Hands-on Labs right in line with your learning lessons or as your go-to for answering pesky questions while working. A Cloud Guru lets you and your teams learn the exact skills needed, exactly when you need them.
Ansible’s ability to automate repetitive or extremely complex operations makes learning it provide some of the best ROI for learners. There’s a lot to cover if you’re trying to get the most of Ansible for DevOps or taking on Ansible training courses. A Cloud Guru covers that ground for you with Learning Paths — tailored collections of courses, videos, labs, and more carefully designed by our in-house experts to provide you with the Ansible learning roadmap. Once you’ve browsed the available Learning Paths, simply start the ones that teach or touch on topics you need, such as Ansible architecture, Ansible vault security, and more.
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Puppet is another powerful tool for helping teams with automation and at-scale IT needs. Both platforms are highly scalable, offer automation and cloud provisioning functionalities, and provide extensive enterprise offerings. Where Ansible has a lower barrier of entry, Puppet has very strong and powerful automation capabilities once its learned. A Cloud Guru has covered these differences both at a glance and in-depth: For more information, see Ansible vs Puppet: Which is right for you?
What’s new in the world of Ansible automations and other applications of the platform? The ACG blog is a great place to read up on the new and notable, go deep on nuanced topics, and get tips and insights from Ansible experts.
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