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Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time – La démo arrive le 16 septembre

8 septembre 2020 Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time Juste avant le lancement officiel du jeu le.
8 septembre 2020 Tagged Bandicoot, crash, Crash Bandicoot , Crash Bandicoot 4, Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, It’s About Time Leave a comment Crash Bandicoot 4 : It’s About Time – Remontez dans le temps avec les niveaux “Flashback”.
28 août 2020 Crash Bandicoot 4 : It’s About Time Activision et Toys For Bob viennent tout.
28 août 2020 Tagged activision, , , Bandicoot, crash, Crash Bandicoot , Crash Bandicoot 4, Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, It’s About Time, , Toys For Bob Leave a comment Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time sera disponible le 2 octobre.

22 juin 2020 Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time Bandicoots

tenez-vous prêts.
Crash débarque en 4-ième vitesse.
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Tropy, Neo Cortex, Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled : Du nouveau contenu est disponible.
26 mars 2020 Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled Le Grand Prix de Gasmoxia est terminé, mais la course.
26 mars 2020 Tagged , , crash, Crash Bandicoot , Crash Team Racing, Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, CTR, , Nitro-Fueled, Team Racing Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled : Le Grand Prix de Gasmoxia dévoilé.
19 février 2020 Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled Chers Bandicoots, préparez-vous à célébrer l’histoire de Crash avec.
19 février 2020 Tagged activision, , , crash, Crash Bandicoot , Crash Team Racing, Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, Gasmoxia, Grand Prix, Grand Prix de Gasmoxia, , Nitro-Fueled Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled – Lancement du Grand Prix de la Rouille.
15 janvier 2020 Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled Bienvenue au Grand Prix de la Rouille, la toute nouvelle.
15 janvier 2020 Tagged activision, , , Bandicoot, crash, Crash Bandicoot , Crash Team Racing, Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, CTR, , Nitro-Fueled, Team Racing Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled – Le Grand Prix Terrifiant arrive.
2 octobre 2019 Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled Méfiez-vous des Bandicoots, avec cette dernière saison du Grand Prix,.
2 octobre 2019 Tagged activision, , , Bandicoot, crash, Crash Bandicoot , Crash Team Racing, Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, Grand Prix, Grand Prix Terrifiant, , Nitro-Fueled, Terrifiant Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled : le jeu contiendra du contenu remasterisé de Crash Nitro Kart !.
29 mars 2019 Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled Au moment où vous pensiez que les surprises étaient dans.
29 mars 2019 Tagged actualitesjeuxideo.fr, , Bandicoot, Beenox, CNK, crash, Crash Bandicoot, Crash Team Racing, Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, Nitro-Fueled Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled arrive le 21 juin 2019 !.
7 décembre 2018 Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled Crash est de retour et fonce cette fois-ci à toute.
7 décembre 2018 Tagged activision, , , Bandicoot, Beenox, Coco, Cortex, crash, Crash Bandicoot, Crash Team Racing, Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, , Nitro-Fueled Crash Bandicoot N.
Sane Trilogy est disponible sur Xbox One, Nintendo Switch et PC !.

29 juin 2018 Crash Bandicoot N

Sane Trilogy A partir d’aujourd’hui, les fans et les joueurs de.
29 juin 2018 Tagged activision, , , Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot N.
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Sane Trilogy arrive le 10 juillet sur Nintendo Switch, Xbox One et Steam !.

9 mars 2018 Crash Bandicoot N

Sane Trilogy Les fans l’ont réclamé, et Activision, filiale à part.
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Sane Trilogy prend d’assaut le Comic-Con de San Diego !.

21 juillet 2017 Crash Bandicoot N

Sane Trilogy Les fans de Crash sont prêts à relever le.
21 juillet 2017 Tagged , , Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot N.
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Crash est enfin de retour avec Crash Bandicoot N

Sane Trilogy !.

30 juin 2017 Crash Bandicoot N

Sane Trilogy Boo-yah.
Les fans peuvent se réjouir de la sortie dès.
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Crash Bandicoot 2 : Cortex Strikes Back

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Sane Trilogy arrive cette semaine sur le Playstation Store !.

28 juin 2017 Crash Bandicoot N

Sane Trilogy Cette semaine, c’est le retour de l’icône de PlayStation,.
28 juin 2017 Tagged activision, , , Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot N.
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Sane Trilogy, , Playstation Store, PS Store E3 2017, Activision présente ses blockbusters à l’E3 2017 !.
9 juin 2017 Activision Activision est prêt à donner le coup d’envoi de l’édition 2017 de l’E3.
9 juin 2017 Tagged activision, , , call of duty, Call of Duty WWII, Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot N.
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Sane Trilogy sera disponible le 30 Juin !.

16 février 2017 Crash Bandicoot N

Sane Trilogy Votre marsupial préféré, Crash Bandicoot, sera de retour le.
16 février 2017 Tagged activision, , , Bandicoot, crash, Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot N.
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Sane Trilogy, 1 Comment Crash Bandicoot est de retour dans Crash Bandicoot N.
Sane Trilogy !.

5 décembre 2016 Crash Bandicoot N

Sane Trilogy Votre marsupial favori, Crash Bandicoot, est de retour.
Il Il.
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Sane Trilogy, , vicarious visions 1 Comment E3 2016, Crash Bandicoot est de retour dans Skylanders Imaginators !.
14 juin 2016 Skylanders Imaginators À l’occasion de son 20ème anniversaire, Crash Bandicoot fait son grand retour.
14 juin 2016 Tagged 2016, activision, , , Bandicoot, crash, Crash Bandicoot, , E3 2016, Imaginators, , Skylanders, Skylanders Imaginators 1 Comment Chroniques, Let’s Play Let’s Play : Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 14.
30 juillet 2015 Thaalys Moor vous présente le 14e épisode de son Let’s Play sur Crash Bandicoot.

30 juillet 2015 Tagged Crash Bandicoot

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16 juillet 2015 Thaalys Moor vous présente le 12e épisode de son Let’s Play sur Crash Bandicoot.
16 juillet 2015 Tagged , , chronique, Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 3, Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped, episode 12, let’s play, Let’s Play : Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 12, Thaalys Moor, Warped Chroniques, Let’s Play Let’s Play : Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 11.
8 juillet 2015 Thaalys Moor, vous présente, aujourd’hui même, le 11e épisode de son Let’s Play sur Crash.
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29 juin 2015 Thaalys Moor, vous présente, aujourd’hui même, le 10e épisode de son Let’s Play sur Crash.
29 juin 2015 Tagged , , Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 3, Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped, episode 10, Let’s Play, Let’s Play : Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 10, Thaalys Moor, Warped Chroniques, Let’s Play Let’s Play : Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 9.
12 juin 2015 Thaalys Moor, vous présente, aujourd’hui même, le 9e épisode de son Let’s Play sur Crash.
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13 mai 2015 Thaalys Moor, vous présente, aujourd’hui même, le 7e épisode de son Let’s Play sur Crash Bandicoot.
13 mai 2015 Tagged , , Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 3, Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped, Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 7, episode 7, Let’s Play, Let’s Play : Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 7, Thaalys Moor, Warped Chroniques, Let’s Play Let’s Play : Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 6.
7 mai 2015 Thaalys Moor, vous présente, aujourd’hui même, le 6e épisode de son Let’s Play sur Crash.
7 mai 2015 Tagged , , chronique, Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 3, Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped, Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 6, episode 6, Let’s Play, Let’s Play : Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 6, Thaalys Moor Chroniques, Let’s Play Let’s Play : Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 5.
30 avril 2015 Thaalys Moor, vous présente, aujourd’hui même, le 5e épisode de son Let’s Play sur Crash.
30 avril 2015 Tagged , , chronique, Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 3, Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped, Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 5, let’s play, Let’s Play : Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 5, Thaalys Moor Chroniques, Let’s Play Let’s Play : Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 4.
23 avril 2015 Thaalys Moor, vous présente, aujourd’hui même, le 4e épisode de son Let’s Play sur Crash.
23 avril 2015 Tagged , , chronique, Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 3, Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped, let’s play, Thaalys Moor, Warped Chroniques, Let’s Play Let’s Play : Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 3.
12 avril 2015 Thaalys Moor, vous présente, aujourd’hui même, le 3e épisode de son Let’s Play sur Crash.
12 avril 2015 Tagged , , chronique, Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 3, Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped, let’s play, Thaalys Moor, Warped Chroniques, Let’s Play Let’s Play : Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 2.
30 mars 2015 Thaalys Moor, vous présente, aujourd’hui même, le 2e épisode de son Let’s Play sur Crash.
30 mars 2015 Tagged , , chronique, Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 3, Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped, let’s play, Thaalys Moor, Warped Chroniques, Let’s Play Let’s Play : Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped – Episode 1.
23 mars 2015 Thaalys Moor, vous présente, aujourd’hui même, le 1er épisode de son Let’s Play sur Crash.
23 mars 2015 Tagged , , chronique, Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 3, Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped, let’s play, Thaalys Moor, Warped Chroniques, Retro Retro #19 – Crash Bandicoot !.
4 janvier 2014 Aujourd’hui on se retrouve pour le dix neuvième rétro test de notre nouveau chroniqueur MotorX24 qui.
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First Batman Arkham Knight DLC launches on 14th July

6th July 201520th July 2015 Warner Bros and Rocksteady will bring Batgirl to the Bat-family on 14th July in the first DLC for Arkham Knight.
Set before Arkham Asylum and before Batgirl/Barbara Gordon becomes Oracle after being shot by the Joker, the DLC.

Entitled Batgirl : A Matter of Family

will allow players to take on the role of Batgirl for the first time in the Batman: Arkham franchise.

The DLC features an all-new location with multiple missions

side quests and secrets; a new hacking feature to progress through the world and solve puzzles; and Dual Play functionality with Robin for dynamic take-down manoeuvres.
Batgirl : A Matter of Family will be available 14th July for fans who have purchased the Batman: Arkham Knight Season Pass or it can be purchased separately on 21st July for £5.79 on PSN and Xbox LIVE.
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Steep – Season Pass Trailer.
2nd December 20162nd December 2016 Ubisoft explains the season pass content for their new snow sports open world game, Steep, in this latest trailer.
New costumes, challenges and helicopter tickets will be available as part of the pass to take you deeper into the snowy world of Steep.

Steep is available today (2nd December) on PS4

Xbox One and PC.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Life in the Ruins Trailer Destiny gets The Dawning holiday themed update 8th September 2020 0 Review: Hotshot Racing.
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Líder Sim.
Líder Sim é um projeto experimental que foi desenvolvido com financiamento da Rede Nacional de Pesquisa e a Capes e está também disponível para download no portal do REMAR.
O jogo tem o objetivo de estimular as funções executivas, como planejamento, memória de trabalho, atenção sustentada, entre outras, de alunos universitários.

O Líder Sim foi desenvolvido na Unity

pode ser executado em sistema Windows e é um jogo em 2D, no qual o jogador vai simular o gerenciamento de uma empresa que desenvolve aplicativos.
Ao imergir no universo do jogo, o jogador vai ser desafiado a desenvolver um aplicativo e para isso, precisa tomar decisões, planejar, executar e acompanhar o seu projeto.
O Líder SIM ainda é um protótipo, por isso, suas contribuições e sugestões são muito importantes para continuarmos o desenvolvimento.
Envie suas sugestões e contribuições para nosso email Clique aqui para baixar o jogo Guardiões da Floresta – Gamebook.
Quando a pequena Lyu se perde dos pais durante uma expedição na Floresta Amazônica a ajuda vem de forma bem inusitada.

Guardiões da Floresta: Gamebook é uma mídia híbrida destinada ao público infantil

com elementos do folclore nacional.
Nesta aventura, o jogador-leitor vai ser desafiado a solucionar problemas que irão exigir o treino das funções executivas.
abrir site Janus.
O Janus é um jogo financiado pela Secretaria de Educação do Estado da Bahia e desenvolvido pelo Grupo de Pesquisa Comunidades Virtuais e a Virtualize.
O jogo trabalha questões ligadas a situações que envolvem o cotidiano dos adolescentes.
D.
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O D.
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M é um jogo financiado pela Secretaria de Educação do Estado da Bahia e desenvolvido pelo Centro de Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento Comunidades Virtuais.
O D.
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é um Game do tipo Sci Fi para aprendizagem de matemática.
Viaje nessa aventura espacial junto com D.
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Baixar as Orientações pedagógicas Baixar jogo 2 de Julho – Tower Defense

Game sobre as batalhas da Independência do Brasil na Bahia financiado pela Secretaria de Cultura do Estado da Bahia através do Edital 2012 de Culturas Digitais.

Baixar as Orientações pedagógicas abrir site Industriali

O Industriali é um jogo financiado pela Secretaria de Educação do Estado da Bahia e desenvolvido pelo Centro de Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento Comunidades Virtuais.
Neste jogo, o jogador tem o desafio de administrar cidades inglesas à beira do período histórico conhecido como Revolução Industrial, gerenciando aspectos como o desenvolvimento agrícola, a construção das fábricas, o aumento do desemprego, a urbanização e a reivindicação de grevistas.
Será necessário lidar com contextos que envolvem distintas áreas do conhecimento, focando sobretudo em desafios ligados ao ensino da História como modo de produção, capitalismo e industrialização.

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A movimentação do jogador pelo cenário e desafios presentes no jogo desenvolvem a construção da noção de espaço, lateralidade e relação entre objetos.
Além de conter elementos sobre a fauna, flora e lendas amazônicas.

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In Situ.
O In Situ é um espaço de aprendizagem sobre o sistema imunológico humano.
O jogador deve controlar as células de defesa do organismo defendendo o corpo de ataques virais e bacterianos.
A partir da imersão no game, o jogador terá a possibilidade de conhecer as funções das estruturas celulares.

Baixar as Orientações pedagógicas baixar jogo Salvador Sim 2014

Salvador Sim é um jogo financiado pela Secretaria de Educação do Estado da Bahia e desenvolvido pelo Centro de Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento Comunidades Virtuais, em 2011.
Neste jogo o jogador precisa solucionar os problemas da cidade de Salvador a fim de realizar os jogos da Copa do mundo em 2014, para tanto é preciso administrar recursos financeiros, mantendo estáveis as variáveis de saúde, educação e segurança.

Baixar as Orientações pedagógicas Baixar jogo Búzios

O jogo simula o contexto político e social da sociedade baiana no século XVIII, destacando especificamente, a Revolta dos Búzios e resgatar esta revolta popular que se ocorreu na Bahia, criando um espaço para que os alunos possam construir conceitos e significados acerca desse conteúdo histórico mediado por um jogo digital.

Baixar as Orientações pedagógicas abrir site Aventura no Pólo

O Aventura no Pólo foi criado para situar as crianças na faixa etária de 7 a 13 anos sobre as matérias primas que são produzidas no Pólo Petroquímico, compreendendo que estes produtos retornam para o seu dia-a-dia de diferentes formas.
A intenção é que as crianças compreendam também o papel social e econômico das empresas que compõem o Pólo Petroquímico.

Abrir site Braskem Game Quiz

O jogo Braskem Game Quiz mostra de forma lúdica e didática como se processa a cadeia produtiva do plástico que é desenvolvido pela empresa Braskem.
A interação acontece com um tabuleiro dinâmico que contém perguntas relacionadas aos processos de transformação, envolvendo assuntos desde a retirada da matéria-prima do petróleo (a Nafta) até o processo de reciclagem dos plásticos.

O jogo foi desenvolvido em 2008 em comemoração aos trinta anos do Pólo Petroquímico

Tríade.
A idéia do Tríade é possibilitar a imersão dos alunos no universo do século XVIII, especialmente na Revolução Francesa, despertando nos alunos do ensino fundamental e médio o desejo de aprender de forma lúdica e prazerosa.
Este conteúdo rico e importante para entender o contexto da sociedade contemporânea é apresentado através de um jogo de simulação.
Este tipo de game possibilita aos jogadores experimentar situações que não podem muitas vezes ser concretizadas no cotidiano.
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Ansible Install and Configure Ansible AWX on CentOS 8

Ansible .

Install and Configure Ansible AWX on CentOS 8

How To.
Linux Tutorials.
Install and Configure A nsible AWX on CentOS 8.
By Kibet John – August 1, 2020 685 0 Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Linkedin ReddIt Email Tumblr Telegram Mix VK Di.
Download the guide as PDF Close As a system administrator , chances are that there are some tasks that you do repetitively every single day that takes up a lot of your time that could have been invested elsewhere.
What if you could solve problems once and then automate your solutions going forward.

That is what Ansible is good at and once you get to see its benefits

you will never look back again.
Ansible is a simple, yet powerful IT automation engine that thousands of companies are using to drive complexity out of their environments and accelerate DevOps initiatives .
Be it the deployment of application s, routine maintenance of your servers, Configuration Management, Continuous Delivery, Orchestration or any repetitive work that you can describe, Ansible can handle it for you.
To add beauty to this beast.

AWX (Ansible Web eXecutable) provides a web-based user interface

REST API, and task engine built on top of Ansible.
The AWX Project is an open source community project, sponsored by Red Hat, that enables users to better control their use of Ansible project in IT environments.
AWX is the upstream project from which the Red Hat Ansible Tower offering is ultimately derived.
“Don’t wait.
The time will never be just right.”– Napoleon Hill Prerequisites.
Before you can run a deployment, .

You’ll need the following installed in your local environment Ansible Version 2.8+

A recent version of Docker.
docker Python module.
GNU Make.
Git Version 1.8.4+.
Python 3.6+.
Node 10.x LTS version.
We should be now ready to roll up our sleeves, put on our boots and get to work .
Step 1: Install Epel Release Repo and Dependencies.
We need packages from Epel repository, so let us install it as follows: sudo dnf -y install epel-release AWX has some packages required as dependencies.
We can have all of them installed by running the command below.
sudo dnf install -y git python3-pip curl ansible gcc nodejs gcc-c++ gettext lvm2 device-mapper-persistent-data pwgen bzip2 Disable SELinux.
This is optional if you can handle SELinux with ease.
To disable it, run the command below and reboot your server .
sudo sed -i ‘s/^SELINUX=.*/SELINUX=permissive/g’ /etc/selinux/config Step 2: Install Docker and Docker Compose.
AWX is supported and can only be run as a containerized application using Docker images deployed to either an OpenShift cluster, a Kubernetes cluster, or docker-compose.

We shall use Docker in this guide to get us AWX up and running

First, download Docker repository file to /etc/yum.repos.d/docker-ce.repo and update RPM index cache before installing Docker.
sudo curl https://download.docker.com/linux/centos/docker-ce.repo -o /etc/yum.repos.d/docker-ce.repo sudo yum makecache sudo dnf -y install docker-ce –nobest Start and enable Docker Service to start at boot and check if it is running $ sudo systemctl enable –now docker $ systemctl status docker ● docker.service – Docker Application Container Engine Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/docker.service; enabled; vendor preset: disabled) Active: active (running) since Mon 2020-07-27 20:21:51 UTC; 5s ago Docs: https://docs.docker.com Main PID: 52836 (dockerd) Tasks: 22 Memory: 49.8M CGroup: /system.slice/docker.service ├─52836 /usr/bin/dockerd -H fd:// └─52843 containerd –config /var/run/docker/containerd/containerd.toml –log-level info The docker group is created, but no users are added to the group.
Add your user to this group to run docker commands without sudo.
sudo usermod -aG docker $USER Find out more about Installing Docker and Docker Compose on CentOS 8 guide to get both Docker and docker-compose installed on your Cent0S 8 server.
Next, we shall use pip3 command to get docker-compose and docker python module installed as shown below.
sudo pip3 install -U docker docker-compose Confirm installed version.
$ docker-compose version docker-compose version 1.26.2, build unknown docker-py version: 4.2.2 CPython version: 3.6.8 OpenSSL version: OpenSSL 1.1.1c FIPS 28 May 2019 Step 3: Clone AWX from git.
So far, we have covered all the prerequisites that AWX needs to breath.

We can finally safely clone and install Ansible AWX

Let us get AWX’s files from Git using the command below.
cd ~ git clone –depth 50 https://github.com/ansible/awx.git Change to installer directory.
The installer directory has a config file we need to modify and execute, therefore, navigate into the directory.
cd ~/awx/installer/ Before we edit the inventory file, generate a secret encryption key we shall use by running the command below.
$ pwgen -N 1 -s 30 yBs76VurxRiBwtDHrrF2JJlLgVrcv3 Edit the inventory file and customize it to suit the needs of your environment.
$ vim inventory [all:vars] dockerhub_base=ansible awx_task_hostname=awx awx_web_hostname=awxweb postgres_data_dir=”~/.awx/pgdocker” host_port=80 host_port_ssl=443 docker_compose_dir=”~/.awx/awxcompose” pg_username=awx pg_password=awxpass pg_database=awx pg_port=5432 admin_user=admin admin_password=SuperSecret create_preload_data=True awx_alternate_dns_servers=”8.8.8.8,8.8.4.4″ secret_key=yBs76VurxRiBwtDHrrF2JJlLgVrcv3 awx_official=true Alter Firewall Rules.
In case you have Firewalld running, add-masquerade and allow http and https services.
This is very important, do not skip it.
In case you changed the port in the previous inventory file, allow it in your firewall as well.
sudo firewall-cmd –zone=public –add-masquerade –permanent sudo firewall-cmd –permanent –add-service={http,https} sudo firewall-cmd –reload Execute playbook.

Run the install Ansible Playbook to deploy the AWX docker containers

Run ansible-playbook command followed by option -i which tells it the inventory file to use.
The name of the playbook file is install.yml.
sudo ansible-playbook -i inventory install.yml The above command will take some time to complete.
After it is done you can then check created docker containers and their status using the docker ps command.
$ docker ps CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS NAMES feb21b5e6c62 ansible/awx:13.0.0 “tini — /usr/bin/la…” 3 minutes ago Up 24 seconds 8052/tcp awx_task 423d8c6e4550 ansible/awx:13.0.0 “tini — /bin/sh -c …” 3 minutes ago Up 22 seconds 0.0.0.0:80->8052/tcp awx_web 11d2953d4f67 postgres:10 “docker-entrypoint.s…” 3 minutes ago Up 22 seconds 5432/tcp awx_postgres 724d5c4f8162 redis “docker-entrypoint.s…” 3 minutes ago Up 25 seconds 6379/tcp awx_redis Step 4: Access AWX Web Interface.
To have access to AWX web console, .

Point your browser to your Ansible’s AWX server IP: http://your-server-ip-address

In case you changed the port configuration in the inventory file, then point your browser to http://your-server-ip-address: You should be welcomed to a Login page well illustrated below.
Once open, enter the admin username and admin_password password that you specified in the inventory file.
Once the authentication is successful, you’ll get to AWX administration dashboard.
Therein, there is a lot of stuff to do and we shall cover just a few.
Along the left side of the Dashboard is the navigation menu, where you can quickly navigate to your Projects, Inventories, Job Templates, and Jobs Step 5: Create User and Team.
AWX provides a default user called admin that you can use to do your tests.
But if you are need a different user, you can create another one.
To add a new user apart from the admin one you find by default, click on Users tab found on the left menu.
A new page will be displayed where you can add a new user.
Click on the green + icon then fill in the details of the new user to be added.
After you are done, click “Save“.
The same applies for creating a new Team.
Click on “Teams” tab found on the left menu.
A new page will be displayed where you can add a new team.
Click on the green + icon then fill in the details of the new team to be added.
After you are done, click “Save“.
Step 6: Create an Organization.
An organization is a logical collection of users, teams, projects, and inventories.
It is the highest level object in the AWX object hierarchy.
From the left navigation bar, click the Organizations icon.
You will find that a default organization has been automatically created and is available to all users of Ansible AWX.
It can be used as is or edited as needed.
Let us edit it by changing its name and adding users, permissions and more.
Click on the “Users” tab and add a new user.
I had not created a new user before, so admin default user appears.
But you can create other users as shared in Step 5.
If you had other users, they would be populated therein Clicking on Users displays all the Users associated with this Organization.

A User is someone with access to Ansible AWX with associated roles and Credentials

Adding a user to an organization adds them as a member only, specifying a role for the user can be done in the the Permissions tab, as shown in the example below: Step 7: Create credentials.
In order for Ansible to log in and execute tasks, it will need credentials to access the remote hosts.
AWX provides this feature for us.
Click on “Credentials” on the left menu and then click the green + to add a new server credential.
Fill in the name, description, organization, username, password and the type of credential which is a long list.
We shall choose machine since we intend to configure a single host in this example.
You can add your ssh keys in case you prefer key-based authentication mechanism.
Also add privilege escalation below to sudo.
Click “Save” once done.
Step 8: Create a new Inventory and add it to the Organization.
An inventory is a collection of hosts managed by Ansible.
Inventories are assigned to organizations, while permissions to launch playbooks against inventories are controlled at the user and/or team level.
To create and review existing inventories click the Inventories icon from the left navigation bar.
To create a new inventory, click the add (+) button and select Inventory from the drop-down menu list.
Enter the name and Organization that this Inventory will belong to.
Click “Save” so that the other tabs can be activated.
For this example, we are going to add one host but know that you can create a group that contains one or more hosts you would wish to execute something on them simultaneously.
Click on “Hosts” tab and click on + to add a new host.
On the new page loaded, add an IP or resolvable hostname and a description.
We are going to install nginx on the given host in this example thus the intuitive name.
Click “Save” once done and the new Inventory should be created.
The concept of Groups and Hosts.
Note that inventories are divided into groups and hosts.
A group might represent a particular environment (e.g.
“Datacenter 1” or “Testing Bed”), a server type (e.g.
“Web Servers” or “DB Servers”), or any other representation of your environment.
Step 9: Setting up a Project.

A Project is a logical collection of Ansible playbooks

represented in Ansible AWX.
You can manage playbooks and playbook directories by either placing them manually under the Project Base Path on your Ansible AWX server, or by placing your playbooks into a source code management (SCM) system supported by Ansible AWX, including Git, Subversion, and Mercurial.
To create a new project, follow the same procedure as the rest we have seen thus far.
Click on the “Projects” tab on the left menu and then click on add(+) to create a new project.
Once there, fill the details to suit your needs.
On the Source Control Manager (SCM) type, you can create a git repo that has all of your playbooks or create a local folder on your server as advised when you choose manual under SCM type.
I preferred adding a git repo in this example.
Note that we are still referring to the Organization of your choice in case you have several.
Enter all the details then click “Save“.
The file created on the git repo (nginx.yml) has the following: — – hosts: all gather_facts: true become: true become_user: root tasks: – apt: name: nginx when: ansible_os_family == “Debian” Attached screenshot below: Step 10: Setting up a template and launching it.
Thus far, we have done a lot and what remains is putting it all together into a template.
A job template combines an Ansible playbook from a project and the settings required to launch it.
Create a new job template by clicking on “Templates” tab on the left navigation menu.
Click on he green add (+) to add a new template just like the others.
When the window opens, it is just a matter of picking the Inventory, Project, Credential and Playbook we had already configured in the previous steps.
Give your template a name and an optional description as well.
When done scroll down and hit “Save“.
Once you save, you can “Launch” it as a job immediately.
Once you hit Launch you will be redirected to the “Jobs” page where you will see it executing live with output being displayed as it happens.
If everything goes well, the playbook should be run successfully by Ansible behind the scenes.
All errors encountered along the way will be displayed on the right side.
Login to the server being tested on and check if nginx was installed successfully Amazing stuff, .

Ansible AWX installation is officially setup and running properly

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Annabelle Meek, CRN Women In Channel Award Nominee 2020.
At Computacenter, we have a strong commitment to promoting, encouraging and progressing the careers of women in tech, and are delighted that this year we have 9 amazing nominees in the.
To even be nominated is a fantastic achievement for our talented, hard-working and passionate group of nominees and we would like to send a huge congratulations to all of them.
We are highlighting their individual achievements and journeys to show just how well-deserved these nominations are.

The next blog in this series is written by Annabelle Meek

our Lead Security Manager, who reflects on her achievements with Computacenter so far and how it feels to be nominated for such an important award.

Annabelle Meek has been with us at Computacenter for almost 3 years

currently working as the Lead Security Manager for one of our most high-profile customers.
“This is a highly complex account which challenges me in every aspect of security management,” she says.
“It varies from incident management, patch management, vulnerability management, change management and continual project innovation.” Within her role, she has played a big part in mentoring a number of our Industrial Placement Students over the years; a role she took on as an addition to her technical day-to-day responsibilities.
“I love to inspire people into pursuing technology careers and enabling our junior members of the team to grow in the cyber security sector.” Over her 15 years’ experience working in various managed services companies.

Annabelle has worked with a range of high-profile customers

which has given her the opportunity to develop her skills, helping her build the foundations that have enabled her to get to where she is in her career today.
“Computacenter has been a roller-coaster of a journey in the short time I have been here,” she says.
“I cannot believe how fast time flies when you are having so much fun working in a role you absolutely love.”  Being nominated for this award is something that Annabelle doesn’t take lightly, .

And she is immensely proud to be up there among other Computacenter colleagues

“I am absolutely over the moon to have been nominated by Computacenter for the CRN Women in Channel Awards 2020.
To have this kind of significant recognition has made me so proud to represent women who work in technology.” Having had a mentor herself, .

Annabelle is now a role model in her own right

One of our Cyber Security Industrial Placement students shared just how much of an impact Annabelle has had: “I feel a deep sense of gratitude for Annabelle.
She has shown indispensable support and encouragement throughout my time at Computacenter and beyond.  She taught me how to work hard and keep going during adversity.
Annabelle is a kind, caring, and nurturing person.  Without her, I would not have been so lucky to receive the opportunities I have experienced to this date.
I can proudly say that you are one of my role models.’’ When she isn’t protecting our top customers from cyber crime and cyber security attacks, .

Annabelle is a mother to two children

Raising children, running a home and working full time keeps her extremely busy, but she still finds time to enjoy plenty of time for dog walks and exploring at the weekends.
When asked about her nomination, .

Annabelle said: “I am honoured to be recognised as an inspirational woman in tech

I truly hope I can inspire others to mentor young women to step in to the world of technology, .

As I have loved every minute of my career in Computacenter.” Back to computacenter.com

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Workspaces of the near, not far, future.
Predicting the future is a notoriously difficult business.
Nostradamus got away with it by being supremely ambiguous but if you need to be more specific it makes sense to keep timescales tight and start from where you are today.
You’ll be unsurprised then, to find that this blog is not about the workspace of 2030, but what will happen in the next 12 months.
Considering that the last six months have turned how we work upside down; and things are unlikely to go back to how they were, we need to plan realistically for all that this implies.
I have previously written about the importance of the office.
How the tech giants were spending billions creating campuses to entice people to spend more time working collaboratively in one physical space.
The world has changed somewhat since then, but those organisations are now well placed to adapt because the workspaces they created are flexible enough for people to work in the ways they want, plus they have the potential to adapt to meet these needs as they evolve.
Speaking to colleagues and friends, what has been obvious is that everyone’s experience of lockdown has been different.
It varies wildly depending on factors such as your family circumstances, the environment you work in, the stage you’re at in your career, not to mention the type of work you do.
People are social animals and the importance of that should not be overlooked.
After the initial enthusiasm for remote working, organisations are also starting to find out that it is not a panacea.
Problems can take longer to resolve when people aren’t physically together.
New staff and those at the start of their careers aren’t developing and integrating as quickly as they would if they were office-based.
Video meeting fatigue is a real thing and productivity is starting to wane as hopes of a quick end to this situation dissipates.
At present, most organisations are not rushing staff back to the workplace.
Strategies around the numbers that should return are also being hampered by external factors like childcare and public transport arrangements.
Whatever the actual numbers turn out to be, the workplace of the near future needs to be able to flex to accommodate this.
Designs, once the exclusive reserve of tech giants and media companies, will need to become a reality for the more ‘traditional’ organisations.
Accepting that it’s unlikely we will ever return to the workplace in the numbers we used to, how do our workspaces need to change.
In an article on the BBC website Barclays’ boss Jes Staley has said that the pandemic “has led to a rethink of the bank’s long term ‘location strategy’”.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he predicts that 50% of the company’s employees could be working remotely within the next five to 10 years.
It makes sense to me then that more focus is put on regional offices.
The headquarters then become a hub: a central location to bring people together, host customers and hold executive meetings.
For this to work, however, we need to re-think how those spaces are used and what experience they offer: Collaboration with remote participants will be the norm.
Office spaces must better support new hybrid workstyles.
Buildings need to be smarter to adapt to this changing use and support sustainability targets.
Employees will need help to make the most of the physical spaces as much as they will the technologies that underpin them.
As companies learn to trust staff to be able to know where and how to work most efficiently, there will be a step change in people’s work/life balance.
For the organisations themselves there are obvious benefits in a reduction in office space, fewer expenses, happier and more productive people.
Customers too are accepting that most things can be done remotely and spending three hours, each way, travelling to an hour-long meeting is not the best use of anyone’s time.
There are investments that need to be made now to make the workspace safe and begin the return.
But the long-term investments need to be in changing how our workspaces operate for the continued benefit of everyone.
The office will undoubtedly still be important and play a crucial role in both colleague wellbeing and organisational success.
Workspaces will have to adapt to this to thrive and businesses will have to look at investing to compete.
The environment you create will be key in both attracting and retaining talent as well as creating an advantage against your competition.
Don’t try and predict the future.
Plan and invest for what you know will happen.
Prioritise those that need to return, make investments to allow those that want to return to do so and ensure that those working for home don’t suffer from a degraded user experience.
Unless of course, like Nostradamus, you have foreseen the apocalypse in which case you have other things to worry about.
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Claire Harlow, CRN Women In Channel Award Nominee 2020.
At Computacenter, we have a strong commitment to promoting, encouraging and progressing the careers of women in tech, and are delighted that this year we have 9 amazing nominees in the.
To even be nominated is a fantastic achievement for our talented, hard-working and passionate group of nominees and we would like to send a huge congratulations to all of them.
We are going to be highlighting their individual achievements and journeys to show just how well-deserved these nominations are.
The next blog in this series is written by Claire Harlow, IT Technical Services Manager, .

Who reflects on her nomination and career with us at Computacenter so far

My name is Claire Harlow and I am hugely proud and excited to be representing Computacenter at the in the Manager of the Year category.
In my current role as IT Technical Services Manager within Group IS, I manage both a Technical and a Support team, and was bowled over to have been nominated by 4 of the amazing women in my team.
Here we are celebrating International Women’s Day earlier this year: My career with Computacenter.

I joined Computacenter back in 2014 and immediately felt at home

I was lucky to be surrounded by great colleagues and was supported by a manager who was more than happy to help me progress.
During the first couple of years.

I learnt more about Computacenter as a company and GIS

taking on the role as chair of the GIS Employee Forum and becoming an Induction Champion.
We had some fun times, including organising a charity “Lunchtime Olympics” event, Senior Management Q&A sessions and of course those delicious Christmas Buffets… I had expressed an interest in taking on more responsibility and in 2016 was offered the chance to lead a new team, giving me my first official management role.
This was a huge moment for me, and I really enjoyed the challenge.
It was especially exciting when my old team was incorporated into my “new” team a year later – followed by the Support team shortly after.
Computacenter provided a suite of management training courses and I was lucky enough to be able to learn from experienced role models in my own management chain.
But, looking back, what helped the most was the great bunch of people I was managing.
I was delighted to read the following quote from Nick, our GIS Apps Director, during the awards submission process: “Claire is a pleasure to work with.
Since joining the Group Information Services (GIS) Division in 2014 as a systems consultant, she has rapidly progressed as a leader.
Claire is a key member of the divisional extended leadership team.
Claire’s success is driven by many factors, including her endless levels of day to day enthusiasm and ‘we can do this’ attitude, her excellent organisational and motivational skills, and her high levels of creativity.” Having had nothing but support and encouragement in my own development journey over the last 6 years, I think one of the reasons I was nominated for the CRN Women in Channel Award is because I’m also passionate about helping others.
Not everyone wants to progress up the career ladder at high speed, but most people do want to be supported, respected and given the opportunity to learn and improve in whichever way suits them best.
This is what I try to do with everyone in my team and I’m proud of the way the whole team works, both together and within the wider division.
I like to think the team is well respected within the division and seen as a team who really ‘gets things done.’ Reading the initial nominations and the (later) supporting statements from the team and management was humbling and something that you don’t often get to do.
This kind of experience is a bit strange, because it’s somehow unnatural to shout about yourself from the rooftops; but equally, it made me look back on what I’ve achieved over the last few years with real pride.  Working through the COVID-19 crisis.
The last few months has been enormously challenging, both for me and members of the team.
Everyone has had to get used to working from home, juggling childcare, keeping in touch.
Strangely, it feels like we have never been busier.
I suppose in a way, that’s a good thing, and everyone has been doing an amazing job both on new customer projects and keeping things ticking over on the BAU side.
However, I look forward to a time when we will be able to go back to the office, bounce ideas off each other, spend time in face to face meetings (not too much though) and go out for lunch… Outside of work.
When I’m not at work I enjoy relaxing at home, baking, taking my 2 mini schnauzers out for long walks, and catching up with family and friends.
At work, I have office running buddies, and it’s proved a lot harder to motivate myself at home.
I would like to finish with a quote from one of my team, which encapsulates the kind of manager I aspire to be: “It’s truly motivating to have a manager who is always willing to contribute, as opposed to delegation by default, and I think that this is the perfect time and opportunity for Claire’s efforts to be recognised.” Having this kind of testimonial from a team member and getting this far in the CRN Women in Channel Awards is truly an honour.
I hope it inspires other women to pursue or continue their careers in tech.
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THAT’s the real promise of Gamification

Getting Inside the Game – The promise of Gamification in the Enterprise

15 03 2012 [tweetmeme]You’ve probably started hearing the terms “Gamification” or “Game Mechanics” in increasing frequency in your corporate hallways of late.
This is especially so if I’ve been working with you, as Gamification theory and practice (not to be confused with the Economics based “Game Theory”) is quickly becoming a cornerstone of the next generation of highly engaging collaborative Innovation programs.
I probably get asked about Gamification (aka the application of Game Mechanics/Game Design to a particular system, process, or program) at least once a day now – Spigit has quite the reputation for incorporating Gaming Mechanics into its product design – and the Collaborative Innovation consulting practice I run at Spigit has now also pioneered the development a host of new techniques and methods to apply Game Design techniques into the successful design and execution of various types of challenges, communities and collaborative competitions with some quite astounding results.
Done properly, it’s probably one of the greatest tools in a Social Strategist’s arsenal – giving great insight into that hallowed (and much overused) word “Engagement”.
Yet as a topic it’s rarely understood – and even more rarely applied – properly by most including those claiming to be in the field.
First and foremost, let’s tackle some of the misconceptions: –       Gamification is NOT the same as Social Gaming.  Whilst popular games like Farmville, Cityville, etc incorporate gaming techniques and could in themselves be the end result of the Gamification process – Gamification itself is a much bigger subject matter.
–       Gamification IS a Social process –       Gamification IS a design methodology – it’s about how you incorporate Game Mechanics into a system to make it more ENGAGING.

–       Gamification is NOT about specific technology features and functions

Buying Bunchball, Badgeville, or any of a host of new companies cashing in on the Gamification trend and blindly incorporating their software into your website does not make you a Gamification King.
The key to comprehending why Gamification is so important to businesses in the future – is understanding that that there is something incredibly and intrinsically addictive about a well-designed game that engages us as humans at the very core of our beings.
At some point in our lives, we’ve all been deeply engrossed in board games, video games, or what have you – looked up at the clock.

Seen it was 1AM and uttered the words “Crap

how did that happen?” A good game not only engages us, but it physically and emotionally satisfies a part of us.  Left alone we will create games from whatever we have around us (“I spy with my little eye…”).
We actively WANT to, and some might even say need to, play games.
Given options, we will choose to spend time playing games above all other activities We will even PAY to play a good game – and we have whole cities designed to cater to our desire to play games.
What if we could capture the mechanics that make a good game so addictive to us, so engaging, and bring those into a business system that actively creates value for the company.
THAT’s the real promise of Gamification.
Games come in many forms though – some very obvious (Monopoly, Blackjack, World of Warcraft.
etc) , and others not so (political games, dating games, etc).
In fact, if you think about it – we are actually surrounded by games all around us everyday, although most of the time we don’t necessarily perceive or think of them as being games.
For example – take your morning commute – you get up and leave the house with the aim of getting to work on time.  There’s a path to follow, and there are choices along that path: –      Do you decide to drive or to take the train.
–      If you drive, which route do you take.
–      Do you go the direct route over the hill that can be slower but has less traffic or do you go around on the main road that can be quicker but is more prone to traffic jams.
–      How fast do you drive – do you increase your speed when you hit the highway to make up for your lateness but also increase the risk of getting a ticket that would make you even later.
(and poorer financially.) –      And so on… You make decisions and take actions to beat your fellow competitors (other commuters) to get to your ultimate goal – getting to work on time.
It is, in essence, a game.
Of course, we don’t associate it as a game because it’s not structured and presented to us as a game – but essentially it has the same structure: A goal, a story, a reason to act, and multiple actions and decisions to get to that goal which ultimately delivers you a reward – in the example above, not getting told off by your boss for being late to work.
Almost everything else you do during your day could also be reframed as a game: –      Lunchtime: When do you leave your desk to avoid the lunchtime rush/get the best grub.
–      Airport Security: Which queue do you join to get through as fast as possible and not miss your plane –      Travel – Whom do you fly with.
Do you go with the most direct flight, or do you go with the one you fly the most in case you can pull off an elusive upgrade.
–      Sales Reporting: What percentage certainty do you report that elusive deal you’ve been working on in your CRM system.
Do you raise your boss’s expectation and hope not to disappoint.
Or do you low-ball it and aim to surprise.
–      At Work: Which order do you attack your workload to be the most efficient with the least amount of pain (and most acclaim from your peers and bosses!) –      At Home: How do you get your child to eat the brussel sprouts that they hate.
Cue the airplane game.
Consider that all of these activities you choose to engage in during your day have the same elements as a good game: –       They have a clear start and end to it –       There’s a pay-off for “playing” it well and achieving a “win” –       There’s a clear storyline/reason to play that’s clearly communicated –       A good activity isn’t repetitive –       A good activity doesn’t throw complexity at you all at once, but rather in stages with mini-pay-offs to keep you interested and wanting to “throw the dice” until you finish.
And so on.
We play these games, and we “game” these games (incidentally – people “game” every game out there – given the option of two routes with an equal reward, we will always pick the shortest/easiest route to the prize – maximizing the prize wherever possible), and ultimately we win/lose the games we play.
The problem (or opportunity) with most business systems though, is that, as we don’t envision them as games, we don’t design them as games. That doesn’t make them any less of a game; it just makes them “crappy” games that no one wants to play.
They’re “crappy” for the participants because they’re tedious and unrewarding to play/participate.
They’re “crappy” for the business because participation is low or non-existent, compliance to the task at hand is minimal, and because ultimately the system is being gamed for the participants’ benefit and not the company’s benefit.
Instead by building and designing business systems with the mindset that we’re really creating a game, with a specific outcome, and incorporating the same rules and mechanics that naturally engage us in games – we actually end up building a system that is a win-win for all.
The net effect.
Imagine creating systems that are so addictive that people will gladly spend their own free time to participate in something that is adding value to the company – and enjoying the challenges involved in doing so.
That they will even give up their own time on the weekends to submit ideas into your innovation system.
Sound impossible.
It’s not – we’ve been able to achieve this effect at companies like Citi, Cisco and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt as we applied these new design techniques to the practice of Collaborative Innovation at each of them.
More on this to come….

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