Ansible Tower and Jenkins are doing two different things.  Jenkins can
compile and do unit testing of code.  Ansible Tower is more for
orchestration, deployment, and running of code.  There is a ton of other
things Tower can also do well, but you need a good Ansible foundation to
use it effectively.  It is common to see them both used together because
Tower has a very well build API that Jenkins can use to push code out in a
controlled manner.

Learn Ansible first.  Learn how to get around the bash shell.  Disable the
GUI on all your servers and force yourself to do everything from
powershell/bash.  This will help you to think about solving problems in a
manner that can be translated to code.

Nathan


On Fri, Oct 4, 2019 at 7:08 AM Greg Pirker <greg.pir...@gmail.com> wrote:

> FWIY - i always felt Ansible Tower was a work in progress. There are
> limitations to doing creative deployments using tower. You would be better
> served to stand up a Jenkins server and leverage CI/CD properly.
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