The guides in this section cover common use cases in a tutorial-like style. They start with a high-level description, provide sample source code for solving a problem, and only describe module and plugin parameters that we use in the samples.
If you are looking for an in-depth description of all available module parameters, please refer to the reference section of the documentation.
Are you extra curious and haven’t found what you’re looking for? Or perhaps you need some more convincing that this is the right collection for you? We invite you to check out our series of blog posts about the AWS Ansible Collection.
Each blog post takes on a different challenge and explains how to tackle it with the help of the AWS Ansible Collection. You’ll learn more about the usage, features and perks, or just find additional examples that cover various use cases featuring the collection.
Say Hello to Enterprise AWS Ansible Collection briefly introduces the collection and why you should start using it.
Getting Started with the AWS Ansible Collection provides a first glimpse into the collection and guides you through the first steps - from the setup process to a simple up-and-running deployment on AWS.
Getting started with IPv4 for Amazon VPC leads you through the process of automating the setup of a basic VPC environment based on a guide by AWS, with the help of the AWS Ansible Collection.
Dynamic EC2 Inventory introduces the EC2 Inventory Plugin, an Enterprise feature of the collection.
Enforcing Compliance using the AWS Ansible Collection explains how you you can use the modules from the collection to detect and resolve configuration drift.
In Keeping your secrets out of Ansible playbooks you will learn about the different means of authentication with AWS via the AWS Ansible Collection, and how to approach it securely.