Modern UI for Ansible
If your project has grown and deploying from the terminal is no longer for you then Ansible Semaphore is what you need.
New UI for a good old Ansible
Ansible Semaphore is beautiful web interface for running Ansible playbooks. You do not need to change your playbooks to start using it.
Using the dashboard on your phone is just as convenient as using your computer.
A minimum of steps to complete basic tasks.
Intuitive and beautiful design language developed by Google.
Secure tasks running
As the number of people working on a project grows, the issue of security begins to play an important role. Ansible Semaphore will enable secure deployment and configuration.
Give anyone self-service access to the operations capabilities that previously only you could perform.
All activity is recorded in the system. And if necessary, you can easily restore the sequence of events.
Receive notifications about the completion of tasks to the telegram or by e-mail. Nothing escapes your sight.
The shift to CI/CD
Each successful project will ultimately require the use of CI/CD practices. We understand this and therefore are actively developing Ansible Semaphore in this direction.
Build & Deploy
The separation of task into build and deployment allows you to safely update your production environment.
You can always restore a working configuration.
The pipeline is a key element of any CI/CD system. Thanks to it, the system goes from code to finished product.
Designed for DevOps
Ansible Semaphore started out as a self-service project. Therefore, if you are a DevOps engineer, you will love our development stack.
Ansible Semaphore is written in Pure Go. This means that you can cross-compile it for many platforms. And this is one of the reasons why DevOps engineers choose Go.
We use Docker for integration testing. For each release, an Docker image is automatically created on Docker Hub.
PostgreSQL and BoltDB
You will be able to choose the database that suits you. You don't have to maintain another database.
Our code is easy and understandable.
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