Using Ansible collections
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Welcome to the Ansible guide for working with collections.
Collections are a distribution format for Ansible content that can include playbooks, roles, modules, and plugins. You can install and use collections through a distribution server, such as Ansible Galaxy, or a Pulp 3 Galaxy server.
- Installing collections
- Installing collections in containers
- Installing collections with
- Installing collections with signature verification
- Installing an older version of a collection
- Install multiple collections with a requirements file
- Downloading a collection for offline use
- Installing a collection from source files
- Installing a collection from a git repository
- Configuring the
- Removing a collection
- Downloading collections
- Listing collections
- Verifying collections
- Using collections in a playbook
- Collections index