Course Description

AWS Provisioning using Ansible with real-time examples is an intermediate level course that aims to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of AWS provisioning and automation using Ansible. The course is designed for individuals who are already familiar with basic AWS concepts and want to learn how to automate AWS infrastructure deployment using Ansible. The course is delivered through a combination of lectures, hands-on labs, and real-world examples. Students will start by learning about the basics of Ansible and how it can be used for automation. They will then dive into AWS provisioning using Ansible, starting with the creation of EC2 instances and scaling groups, and progressing to more advanced topics such as AWS load balancers, security groups, and cloud formation. The course includes real-time examples that demonstrate the practical application of the concepts covered in the lectures. These examples are designed to help students build their skills and gain confidence in using Ansible for AWS provisioning. Some of the real-time examples covered in the course include the provisioning of an EC2 instance with Ansible, the use of Ansible to deploy a web server in AWS, and the creation of a highly available WordPress site using Ansible and AWS load balancers. Throughout the course, students will also learn about best practices for AWS provisioning and automation, including how to use Ansible to manage AWS infrastructure as code. They will learn how to create reusable Ansible playbooks and roles that can be used to provision AWS infrastructure in a consistent and repeatable manner. By the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of how to use Ansible to automate AWS infrastructure deployment and management. They will have the skills and knowledge needed to confidently deploy, configure, and manage complex AWS environments using Ansible. This course is ideal for system administrators, DevOps engineers, and anyone who wants to learn how to automate AWS infrastructure using Ansible. Author: Narendra P (Udemy)