Overview: Create an execution environment with the following requirements
Create the needed definition files to build the EE according to the specs above.
You can adapt the files from here (from the
Simple EE example linked to in the Tips section).
In your EE definition file set the base image to (Red Hat Registry access required)
build_arg_defaults: EE_BASE_IMAGE: 'registry.redhat.io/ansible-automation-platform-22/ee-minimal-rhel8'
ansible-builder to build the EE, for example:
ansible-builder -f /path/to/your/definition.yml -t yourname:1.0.0
ansible-navigatorto use the previously created EE either by specifying it on the command line or by creating an
ansible-navigator.ymlconfiguration file (you have one from Track 1).
ansible-navigator, e.g. to get the list of included collections, ansible versions etc.
azure.azcollectionto create objects in Azure
In a production environment we typically recommend to use the
ee-minimal-rhel8 as a base image and only add the collections we specifically need. To make this lab not too complex, we decided to use the EE supported as a base image though.
resource groupwhich will remove all objects created within.