Podman containers with systemd and Ansible
Johannes is a Linux trainer and consultant and has been with B1 Systems since 2017. His topics include configuration management (Ansible, Salt, Chef, Puppet), version control (git), Infrastructure as Code (Terraform) and automation (Jenkins) as well as testing (Inspec, anyone?). At daytime he works as a sysadmin and fixes problems, at night he tries new technologies like Kubernetes (openSUSE Kubic!), podman or transactional-updates.
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Podman is a wonderful tool to work with containers. Podman containers can easily be managed as a systemd service. Podman can generate the systemd unit, so the user does not have to.
In case you are managing your infrastructure and configuration with Ansible, you can also create the Podman container configuration with Ansible, thanks to the containers.podman collection.
This talk gives a short introduction in both Podman containers and Ansible.