How To Build A Dynamic Inventory With Red Hat’s Ansible

WMI eventsWith Ansible, admins can build a configuration and deliver that configuration to one, 100, or 1,000 servers with a single command, thanks to its running inventory.
Server environments are always changing, with new ones getting added and removed regularly. As a result, it’s important to keep tooling designed to manage these servers dynamically. Static lists will, over time, become cumbersome to keep up to date and will soon turn into a major headache.
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