Ansible - Configuration management and infrastructure provisioning without containers

Even though I’m full steam ahead on the Docker train (it should really be a ship, to keep in line with the container metaphors), it was time to look at what everyone else is using for provisioning and configuration management. Here’s my overview of getting Ansible up and running using my laptop as the control node and a few EC2 nodes, as well as a brief description of the components. And judging by the quality of the documentation, which is […]