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openshift-ansible - OpenShift Installation and Configuration Management

This repository contains Ansible roles and playbooks to install, upgrade, and manage OpenShift clusters.Note: the Ansible playbooks in this repository require an RPM package that provides docker. Currently, the RPMs from dockerproject.org do not provide this requirement, though they may in the future. This limitation is being tracked by #2720.

ansible - Ansible is a radically simple IT automation platform that makes your applications and systems easier to deploy

Ansible is a radically simple IT automation system. It handles configuration-management, application deployment, cloud provisioning, ad-hoc task-execution, and multinode orchestration - including trivializing things like zero downtime rolling updates with load balancers.Many users run straight from the development branch (it's generally fine to do so), but you might also wish to consume a release.

kubespray - Setup a kubernetes cluster

If you have questions, join us on the kubernetes slack, channel #kubespray.Note: Upstart/SysV init based OS types are not supported.

configuration - A simple, but flexible, way for anyone to stand up an instance of the Open edX platform that is fully configured and ready-to-go

The goal of the edx/configuration project is to provide a simple, but flexible, way for anyone to stand up an instance of Open edX that is fully configured and ready-to-go. Before getting started, please look at the Open EdX Installation options, to see which method for deploying OpenEdX is right for you.

ansible-for-devops - Ansible examples from Ansible for DevOps.

This repository contains Ansible examples developed to support different sections of Ansible for DevOps, a book on Ansible by Jeff Geerling. Most of the examples are full-fledged VM examples, which use Vagrant, VirtualBox, and Ansible to boot and configure VMs on your local workstation. Not all playbooks follow all of Ansible's best practices, as they illustrate particular Ansible features in an instructive manner.

raspberry-pi-dramble - Drupal HA/HP Cluster using Raspberry Pis

A cluster (Bramble) of Raspberry Pis on which Drupal will be deployed using Ansible. Read the rest of this README and the official Dramble Wiki for more information about the Dramble.

ansigenome - A tool to help you gather information and manage your Ansible roles.

Ansigenome is a command line tool designed to help you manage your Ansible roles. Generated from the DebOps project.

partinfra-playbooks - Participation infrastructure playbooks

partinfra-playbooks is a collection of Ansible playbooks to manage the infrastructure that powers various sites related to mozilla community. The code in this repository is authored and maintained by Mozilla engineers and a vibrant community of volunteer contributors.For issue tracking we use bugzilla.mozilla.org. Create a bug on bugzilla.mozilla.org under Participation Infrastructure > Community Ops component.

ansible-vault - ansible lookup plugin for secrets stored in Vault(by HashiCorp)

lookup plugins can be loaded from several different locations similar to $PATH, see lookup_plugins. An example setup can be found in the tests directory.The source for the plugin can be pointed to via a requirements.yml file, and accessed via ansible-galaxy.


Chaperone is an Automation toolkit rooted in DevOps principals for deploying and configuring a Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) based Hybrid Cloud Management platform. It is intended to expedite and standardize "typical" deployments and configuration of VMware solutions including vSphere/vCenter, NSX, VIO, vRA, vRO, vROps, vRLI, vRB and others as the toolkit grows.Chaperone is a work in progress. We will continue to add new functionality and products to the Chaperone base.

column - A stable API for Ansible

Column is a thin wrapper on top of the Ansible API to serve as an entry point for other code when Ansible is needed. Because Ansible internal API is not officially exposed and thus changes frequently, this wrapper can be used instead of touching Ansible directly so that any further Ansible API changes will only incur change in this module.Both of these implement the API as described in column.Runner. Each runner exposes two public methods: run_playbook() and run_module().


This repository is a git read only copy of the ansible repository used by the gluster.org project to manage the infrastructure.If you want to contribute, please open a PR against that repository and if we do not react, please mail gluster-infra@gluster.org.


Tools for standing up and managing a CommCare HQ server environment. You will need python 2.7 and virtualenvwrapper installed to follow these instructions.


Every filter I write will contain information in this README.md, that shows the various filters and a basic example of each one. I will blog about each one that I post here and how I use them. The AWSRetry.backoff() decorator takes on the following kwargs.

ansible-lxc - Ansible Connection Plugin for lxc containers (https://linuxcontainers.org/)

Ansible Connection Plugin for lxc containers (https://linuxcontainers.org/)

jinja2-lint - Simple python script to lint jinja2 templates.

Every now and then, it's pretty useful to just have a cli tool that does the job. This does it. If you want to use this linter with custom filters, tests, etc, you can easily extend the main cli endpoint by passing in a env keyword argument.

ansible-playbook-aws - ansible playbook to setup minimal VPC, EC2, ELB, RDS

Keep it lowercase. These step will allow you to create the necessary policies for all required ansible commands. Repeat each for all files in docs/aws_policies.

ansible-sshjail - An Ansible connection plugin for provisioning FreeBSD jails remotely

An Ansible connection plugin for remotely provisioning FreeBSD jails separately from their jailhost. This works by SSHing to the jail host using the standard Ansible SSH connection, moving any files into the jail directory, and using jexec to execute commands in the scope of the jail.