Store ec2 instance IP using ansible playbook

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I've created a few instances, now I need to store their IP's. How do I write a playbook get and save their IP's?
Mar 25 in Ansible by Himanshu
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Hey @Himanshu, you can use something like this:

- name: Store EC2 instance IPs to provision against
  add_host:
    hostname: "{{ item.public_ip }}"
    groupname: ec2_instance_ips
  with_items: "{{ ec2_instances.tagged_instances }}"

Let me know if it helps :)

answered Mar 25 by Yesha

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