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Ansible is an open-source software for configuring and managing servers. It combines multi-node software deployment, on the fly task execution, and config management. It manages nodes over SSH and only requires Python (2.4 or later) to be installed on them. Ansible is known as agentries because there is no specific software to install on the nodes it is managing.

Ansible offers a commercial enterprise paid version.

Ansible is claimed to be used by:

Atlassian, Twitter, Verisign, EA, Evernote, Spotify, GoPro, Nase, Care.com, Verizon Wireless, Weight Watchers

Website: http://www.ansible.com/home
Community: http://docs.ansible.com/community.html
Github: http://github.com/ansible

How Ansible Scaled their Opensource Community

In this post I will highlight the devops automation platform Ansible and the ways it has become one of the most active GitHub communities. What makes Ansible distinguishable is that it has taken off in an open source world with plenty of good options for configuration management and remote access tools. Ansible is really unique […] Read more

Global Routing with Anycasted DNS. Teardown: NSONE

NSONE is a modern DNS and traffic management platform. At the end of the day, our job is to get your eyeballs to the right place. Read more