Unittesting Ansible collections with Pytest

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I'm fresh to the cloud/devops world.

I created an ansible collection with two functions.

The roles are concerned with getting a Linux virtual machine to a specific condition.

I've tried these roles on a target VM, and they function fine.

The next step is to run a sanity and unit test.

How can I put the Ansible connection with Sanity and Unittest(pytest)?

Thank you very much.
Dec 15, 2022 in DevOps on Cloud by Nicholas
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