ansible-st2 - Ansible Roles and Playbooks to deploy StackStorm

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Ansible playbooks to deploy StackStorm.StackStorm is event-driven automation platform written in Python. With over 50+ integrations like GitHub, Docker, Nagios, NewRelic, AWS, Ansible it allows you to wire together your existing infrastructure into complex Workflows with auto-remediation and many more. Aka IFTTT orchestration for Ops.

https://galaxy.ansible.com/StackStorm/stackstorm/
https://github.com/StackStorm/ansible-st2

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