I love Ansible and I’m pretty happy to have this configuration management solution. But some little “features” drive me crazy sometimes. My task for today was to switch from a static Ansible inventory file to multiple dynamic inventory script. In general this, should be really straight forward. Create an inventory folder and add some small Python scripts to create Ansible readable inventories from different providers.
There are a lot of static site generators out there and users have a lot of possibilities to automate and continuously deploy static sites these days. Solutions like GitHub pages or Netlify are free to use and easy to set up, even a cheap webspace could work. If one of these services is sufficient for your use case you could stop reading at this point.
As some former readers may have noticed, “geeklabor.de” has been renamed to “thegeeklab.de”, welcome back nice to have you here again. If you are a first time visitor, a very warm welcome goes to you as well. This is my private blog, where I write about everything that comes to my mind but mainly about topics from the Linux and Open Source world.