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Vagrant is well-known among developers, and Ansible is well-known among DevOps. Together, these two guys can be a great setup for nearly every situation. Why Vagrant If you are like me, there's the chance you like to experiment with languages and frameworks. The problem is that all this stuff requires you to install additional software on your main machine, and not all pieces of software play well together. With Vagrant you can have a different m

In this guide, we will be learning about how to use Ansible whilst deploying a simple Flask application on a CentOS 7 machine. We will use the provisioning tool Ansible to carry out this task, instead of running commands one by one. While building our deployment script, we will get the chance to explore a wide array of Ansible’s features and also some best practices. Prerequisites Before starting on this guide, you should have a non-root user con

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