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Ansible Configuration Management - Second Edition by Daniel Hall

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Summary

Having read this chapter, you should now be able to build modules using either Bash or any other languages that you know. You should be able to install modules that you have either obtained from the Internet, or written yourself. We also covered how to write modules more efficiently using the boilerplate code in Python, and we wrote an inventory script that allows you to pull your inventory from an external source. Finally we covered adding new features to Ansible itself by writing connection, lookup, filter, and callback plugins.

We have tried to cover most of the things you will need when getting to know Ansible, but we can't possibly cover everything. If you would like to continue learning about Ansible, you can visit the official Ansible ...

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