Ansible Community Forum: A Hub for Ansible Enthusiasts

Connecting Ansible Enthusiasts on the newest Ansible Community Forum: Your Gateway to Automation Excellence.

Luca Berton



Are you an Ansible enthusiast, developer, or someone looking to dive into the world of automation? If so, you’re in for a treat! The Ansible Community Forum has arrived, poised to become your go-to destination for all things Ansible. In this article, we’ll explore the exciting launch of this forum, its features, and why it’s already making waves in the Ansible community.


A Community Dream Come True

The Ansible community has been buzzing with anticipation for over six months, and now, the moment has arrived. The Ansible Community Forum is live and here to unite the ecosystem. This forum aims to gather where Ansible users, experts, and beginners can discuss, seek assistance, learn about events, and actively participate in the Ansible community. It is based on the Discourse software used by Python, Fedora, Mozilla, Ubuntu, Nextcloud, Pulp, LetsEncypt, Sailfish , etc.

One of the standout features of the Ansible Community Forum is its user-friendly design, which allows for efficient navigation and interaction. Here are some key features that make this forum a powerful tool for the Ansible community:

Tagging and Filtering

With robust tagging and filtering options, users can easily locate and follow discussions relevant to their interests. Whether you are interested in networking, automation playbooks, or Ansible modules, you can find and participate in discussions that matter to you.


Stay in the loop with customizable notifications. You can receive notifications for new posts, replies, or specific topics of interest. This ensures that you take advantage of important discussions or updates.

Search Functionality



Luca Berton

I help creative Automation DevOps, Cloud Engineer, System Administrator, and IT Professional to succeed with Ansible Technology to automate more things everyday