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ansible-elasticsearch - Ansible playbook for Elasticsearch

  •    Ruby

THIS ROLE IS FOR 5.x. FOR 2.x SUPPORT PLEASE USE THE 2.x BRANCH.The latest Elasticsearch versions of 5.x are actively tested. Only Ansible versions > 2.3.2 are supported, as this is currently the only version tested.

ansible-etcd

  •    Python

A role which installs and manages a clustered etcd. In order to accommodate a variety of different OSes, ansible-etcd uses a set of OS-family specific variable files located in /var. These files are included selectively when you run the default playbook. As a result, if you would like to deploy to multiple different OS families, you need to call the playbook multiple times, as the playbook includes variables only for the first detected OS.

ansible-phoenix - Develop and deploy a Phoenix app using Ansible!

  •    Ruby

This role aims to be as lightweight as possible, providing you with Phoenix-specific tasks only. See the example playbook for a recommended way to handle these.

ansible-role-conjur - Grants Conjur machine identity to hosts

  •    Python

This Ansible role provides the ability to grant Conjur machine identity to a host. Based on that identity, secrets can then be retrieved securely using the retrieve_conjur_variable lookup plugin or summon_conjur module, included in this role.




ansible-role-solita.jenkins - Ansible role: Jenkins, completely configured with Ansible

  •    Ruby

Ansible role: A Jenkins installation completely configured with Ansible. Setup a test environment by running vagrant up in test directory. Execute vagrant ssh -c rake to run unit tests.

ansible-role-cloudformation - Ansible role to render an arbitrary number of Jinja2 templates into cloudformation files and create any number of stacks

  •    Python

Ansible role to render an arbitrary number of Jinja2 templates into Cloudformation files and deploy any number of stacks. This role overcomes the shortcomings of Cloudformation templates itself as well as making heavy use of Ansible's features.

ansible-role-k8s - This role render an arbitrary number of Jinja2 templates and deploys or removes them to/from Kubernetes clusters

  •    Python

This role renders an arbitrary number of Jinja2 templates and deploys to or removes from one or multiple Kubernetes cluster. Additionally this role offers a dry-run[1] for Kubernetes deployments by doing a line-by-line diff between local templates and already deployed templates. The K8s role offers the following variables.

generic-users - Ansible role for managing user accounts

  •    Python

Ansible role which manages the groups and user accounts. Licensed under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for details.


ansible-nginx - Ansible Nginx role for Debian/FreeBSD servers

  •    Python

Install and configure Nginx on Debian/FreeBSD. None. If you set true to nginx_backports, you must install backports repository before lauching this role.