Overview Virtualenvs make considerable sense, discussed in more depth here, in any complex python or Ansible environment. In the HOWTO, or lab, we’ll quickly get a python 3 virtualenv up and running on a RHEL or CentOS system. This article is written making use of one of Red Hat’s Lab Environments running RHEL, in this case on AWS, however this should run fine on CentOS standalone systems. Obviously your repo configurations may vary so adjust to taste, I’ve assumed a pretty minimal install and have opted for CentOS available repos.
A collection of personalized, and hopefully,pragmatic, cheatsheets reflecting the workflow and tools of choice of a DevOps Cloud Automation engineer… pip