- What is a key advantage of using AWX to store your credentials over the methods available to you on the command line?
- Why is it important to make good use of a version control system such as Git to store your playbooks?
- How is AWX advantageous over Ansible on the command line when it comes to dynamic inventories?
- What is a project in AWX?
- What is a template in AWX analogous to on the command line?
- How does AWX tell you which commit to a Git repository a playbook run was performed against?
- Why is it advisable to restrict access to the server that hosts AWX, especially the shell and local filesystem?
- If you need to programmatically launch playbook runs, how can AWX help you?
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