How to Work with Ansible When and Other Conditionals

If you need to execute Ansible tasks based on different conditions, then you’re in for a treat. Ansible when and other conditionals lets you evaluate conditions, such as based on OS, or if one task is dependent on the previous task.

In this tutorial, you’re going to learn how to work with Ansible when and other conditionals so you can execute tasks without messing things up.

This Blog has been Written by Author of Automateinfra.com (Shanky) on adamtheautomator.com [ATA]

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