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Ansible makes it easy to crack the code in the cloud

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Whether you call it software-as-a-service or the cloud, Web-hosted code has been around for nearly a decade and has delivered on two key promises: As an end user, your browser is connected to a vastly more powerful computer than you could otherwise afford, and you’re always running the latest version of the software because it’s been updated across all servers. But up there in the cloud, a lot of work is going on behind the scenes.

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