Month: April 2019

Better Ansible Playbook Output in Teamcity

We’re using some good amount of Ansible playbooks in my company and we use TeamCity as our main CI service. On TeamCity, our playbook output looks like this: 🤨🙁😞 I don’t know about you, but I quite dislike the Ansible playbook default output. It’s quite packed and big and it’s hard to check where Ansible Read More