Create Rancher Environments with Ansible

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Attention, Ansible users! We’ve released the first version of our
Ansible
playbooks
for
Rancher. Ansible is a configuration management system that allows you to
write instruction manuals it uses to manage local and remote systems.
These playbooks give full control over the installation and
configuration of Rancher server and agent nodes, with features that
include:

  • Static inventory
  • Dynamic inventory via EC2 tags
  • Detection of multiple servers and automatic configuration of HA
  • Support for local, bind-mount, and external databases
  • Optional, local HAProxy with SSL termination for single-server
    deployments
  • Ansible
    Vault

    for secure storage of secrets

This first release is for Ubuntu and Debian, and it targets EC2 as a
provider. Upcoming releases will support yum-based systems (RHEL,
CentOS, and Fedora) and will add support for other providers for whom
dynamic inventory modules exist. To get started, visit our Ansible
playbooks repository
on
GitHub. There you will find instructions for general
installation

and setting up
EC2
.

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