Imagine this scenario: You invested in Ansible, you wrote plenty of Ansible roles and playbooks that you use to manage your infrastructure, and you are thinking about investing in containers. What should you do? Start writing container image definitions via shell scripts and Dockerfiles? That doesn’t sound right.
Some people from the Ansible development team asked this question and realized that those same Ansible roles and playbooks that people wrote and use daily can also be used to produce container images. But not just that—they can be used to manage the complete lifecycle of containerized projects. From these ideas, the Ansible Container project was born.
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