In this Integrate ansible with Jenkins pipeline project, we will install Ansible on AWS EC2 LINUX Machine and deploy Ansible Playbook from the Ansible server to the Tomcat server. And also, we will deploy with Jenkins and deploy the war file on the Tomcat server.
Ansible is a powerful tool for automating tasks, and Jenkins is a powerful tool for managing builds and deployments. Combining the two can help you create a streamlined process for managing your infrastructure. we’ll show you how to use Ansible with Jenkins Pipeline to provision and manage your infrastructure. We’ll start by creating a simple Ansible playbook to deploy a simple web application. Then, we’ll create a Jenkins Pipeline to build and deploy our application. Finally, we’ll add some tests to our Pipeline to verify that our application is working as expected. With Ansible and Jenkins Pipeline, you can create a robust process for managing your infrastructure. By automating tasks with Ansible and managing builds and deployments with Jenkins, you can save time and simplify your workflow.
What Will You Learn in the Project Integrate Ansible with Jenkins Pipeline?
- How to Install Ansible Plugin?
- How to Integrate Ansible on Jenkins server?
- How to create Ansible Playbook for Jenkins pipeline?
- How to Run Ansible Playbook from Jenkins?
- Integrate POLL SCM with Jenkins
- AWS, GITHUB, Tomcat
- Configuration Management ool : Ansible
- CI/CD Tool: Jenkins
- Build Automation Tool: Maven
As part of this project, we will be performing the following tasks:
Task-1: Install Ansible on AWS servers and add servers/hosts in ansible
Task-2: Integrate Ansible with Jenkins
Task-3: Create an Ansible playbook to copy files from the ansible server to the tomcat server
Task-4: Integrate the ansible-playbook with Jenkins to deploy the war file on the tomcat server
Task-5: Integrate POLLSCM so that job will be triggered once you will commit the changes on the GitHub repository