In this article I am explaining Step-by-Step tutorial to install Ansible on RHEL/CentOS 8 Linux environment. We will setup a five-node environment with one controller node and two managed nodes. But before we start with the steps to install Ansible on RHEL8 or CentOS8, let us understand what is Ansible and how it works. ANSIBLE Ansible is the leading Open Source configuration management system. It makes it easy for administrators and operations teams to control thousands of servers from central machine without installing agents on them. Ansible is the simplest to use and manage when compared to other configuration management systems such as Puppet, Chef and Salt. It is easy to install, learn, and use. The only dependency required on the remote server is SSH service and Python.
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