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Using Python for System Administration


As developers, we will likely need to configure a remote system at some point - whether that ends up being a production system or a development deployment for testing changes.

Automating system administration activities can provide many benefits and many of the commonly used tools use Python.

We'll be going through Ansible with examples on how it can be used to deploy a working blog with comments.

It is expected that people will have a basic understanding of using the command line, SSH and systems running linux.


• Mingling and setup

• System Administration with Ansible

• Discussion (could include other tools like saltstack or fabric)

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