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You need something that will do basically CI/CD. There are few options (in no particular order): Gitlab + autodeploy (or custom deployment) skaffold + git-sync + kaniko There are more, but basically, you need a component to watch for changes, something that knows how to build an image, and something else that can deploy it (some of these might be done by ...


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Get the latest version of Tomcat: $ curl -s 'https://api.github.com/repos/apache/tomcat/tags?per_page=1' | jq -r .[].name 9.0.20 Get the latest version of Tomcat 9: $ curl -s 'https://api.github.com/repos/apache/tomcat/tags?per_page=100' | jq -r '.[] | .name' | sort -V | grep ^9 | tail -n 1 9.0.20 Get the latest version of Tomcat 8.5: $ curl -s 'https://...


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I created a vagrant file to build a test environment for ansible. Please find details at https://github.com/malyabee/IaaC/tree/master/ansible_lab


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I'm not a Windows user, but I'd start at Comparison of GUI testing tools, looking for those supporting Windows for both testing and tested system.


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Use the --limit option to select a subset of hosts: ansible-playbook -i /path test.yml --tags automation --limit host2 Its description from ansible-playbook documentation: further limit selected hosts to an additional pattern


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