Ansible providing more AWS/Eucalyptus support!
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I thought the Ansible 1.0 development cycle was busy but 1.1 is crammed full of orchestration goodness. On Tuesday, 1.1 was released and you can read more about it here: http://blog.ansibleworks.com/2013/04/02/ansible-1-1-released/
For those working on AWS and Eucalyptus, 1.1 brings some nice module improvements as well as a new cloudformation and s3 module. It’s great to see the AWS-related modules becoming so popular so quickly. Here are some more details about the changes but you can find info in the changelog here: https://github.com/ansible/ansible/blob/devel/CHANGELOG.md
Security group ID support
It’s now possible to specify the security group by its ID. This is quite typically behaviour in EC2 and Eucalyptus will support this with the pending 3.3 release. The parameter is optional.
VPC subnet ID
VPC users can now specify a subnet ID associated with their instance.
Instance state wait timeout
In 1.0 there was no way to specify how long to wait…
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