Ansible - Up and Running (Anglais) Broché – 8 mai 2015
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Pros: I haven't had to troubleshoot this much since I tried a Puppet VM (yuck). You'd think this would be a con, but I know several Ansible commands (and Vagrant too) like the back of my hand from having to run them so much to check. If this book would have been that easy, I probably would have forgotten them inside a month. The code is also available on Github and you can file issues (although it looks like it's been about 9 months, as of writing this, since it's been updated). I've found many of the explanations easy to understand and didn't really have to read over too much twice to understand it, so much as I wanted to make sure I remembered it. I also really like that it works with Vagrant as I was looking for a way to start using Ansible with Vagrant. It also points to some good online resources for learning more and never lets you forget about Ansible Galaxy, where you can find dozens (probably more) of playbooks at your disposal.
Cons: I think the one big con of this book is that it tries to incorporate too much into one project. The author uses a Mezzanine project as an example with TONS of moving parts (Gunicorn, Nginx, Jinja templating), which is great (see pros about troubleshooting and learning). So there were times that I was troubleshooting using the ssh-agent to get port forwarding to work for Github SSH cloning, and then troubleshooting an enormous playbook only to find that, when I went to the browser, I couldn't find my project and will now probably spend another couple of days troubleshooting what I did wrong with Nginx and Gunicorn. I've recently started writing a series of articles about Django, Vagrant and Ansible and found that maybe just starting with the Django polls app would be much easier to deploy for the first time rather than having all of the Mezzanine/Nginx/Gunicorn configuration to troubleshoot on top of learning about Ansible. That's just a suggestion, maybe someone else popped through this book without any issues. I also would have liked to see more of a community around the book. For example, there's a Google Groups email list that was started for the Obey the Testing Goat book that I could write to and engage with other users (sometimes the author writes me back too) that really helped work through some of the issues. With this book, I spend most of my time on SO and the DevOps slack chat trying to hack my way through it. Again, just a suggestion.
Overall, I would still recommend this book, it would have been good to start with a simpler project and maybe a few more book related resources.
All that said, well-written and edited, and contains excellent information.
I'm halfway through and it's already great. I learned quite a bit, even after using Ansible for over a year.
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I nearly didn't purchase the book based on the "A book about Vagrant. Not Ansible." review. While I respect the reviewers option, I found this couldn't be further from the truth, the book uses Vagrant to demonstrate ansible and then moves into more complex environments such as AWS. Ansible is about system configuration and orchestration, and I feel Vagrant would be lightest weight way to setup some follow along examples, without the use of Vagrant the book would have not been more than the Ansible Documentation rewritten.
I really recommend this book, its now our "cow" book; perfect!