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Ansible is a radically simple IT automation system. It handles
configuration management, application deployment, cloud provisioning,
ad-hoc task execution, network automation, and multi-node orchestration. Ansible makes complex
changes like zero-downtime rolling updates with load balancers easy. More information on `the Ansible website <https://ansible.com/>`_.
* Have a dead-simple setup process with a minimal learning curve.
* Manage machines very quickly and in parallel.
* Avoid custom-agents and additional open ports, be agentless by
leveraging the existing SSH daemon.
* Describe infrastructure in a language that is both machine and human
* Focus on security and easy auditability/review/rewriting of content.
* Manage new remote machines instantly, without bootstrapping any
* Allow module development in any dynamic language, not just Python.
* Be usable as non-root.
* Be the easiest IT automation system to use, ever.
You can install a released version of Ansible with ``pip`` or a package manager. See our
`installation guide <https://docs.ansible.com/ansible/latest/installation_guide/intro_installation.html>`_ for details on installing Ansible
on a variety of platforms.
Red Hat offers supported builds of `Ansible Engine <https://www.ansible.com/ansible-engine>`_.
Power users and developers can run the ``devel`` branch, which has the latest
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breaking changes when running the ``devel`` branch. We recommend getting involved
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* Read `Community
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* Join a `Working Group
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* Submit a proposed code update through a pull request to the ``devel`` branch.
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* `Contributing your module to Ansible <https://docs.ansible.com/ansible/devel/dev_guide/developing_modules_checklist.html>`_
* `Conventions, tips, and pitfalls <https://docs.ansible.com/ansible/devel/dev_guide/developing_modules_best_practices.html>`_
* The ``devel`` branch corresponds to the release actively under development.
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