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Create multiple Azure vnet (Virtual Network) using ansible

This is a second part of Deploy create Virtual Network vNET in Azure cloud using Ansible, in this part I am creating multiple vNets with single Ansible script. All the info and details related to new vNet added in separate vnet variable yml file in json format as shown below.

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Next in below ansible yaml script, I am using foreach loop on the provided json information and create mutliple Virtual Network on the Microsoft Azure. You can use ansible-playbook command to deploy this yaml playbook.

Azure.azcollection vnet variables azure virtual network ansible redhat azure_rm_virtualnetwork subnet address prefixes cidr loop configuration.jpg

Download this mutli-azvnets.zip here or it is also available on github.com/janviudapi.

# multi-azvnets.yaml - Ansible yaml code to create multiple AZ vnets
---
- name: Create Azure vNets (Virtual Networks)
  hosts: localhost
  connection: local
  gather_facts: false

  collections:
    - azure.azcollection

  tasks:
    - name: Include variable file
      ansible.builtin.include_vars:
        file: vnet_var.yml
        name: vnet_var

    - name: Create a vNets (Virtual Networks)
      azure.azcollection.azure_rm_virtualnetwork:
        resource_group: "{{ item.resource_group }}"
        name: "{{ item.name }}"
        location: "{{ item.location }}"
        address_prefixes_cidr: "{{ item.address_prefixes_cidr }}"
          # - "10.23.0.0/16"
          # - "10.24.0.0/16"
      loop: "{{ vnet_var.vnet_resources }}"


# vnet_var.yaml - json variables info of AZ vNet resource
---
# resource_group: vcloud-lab.com
# vnet_name: global_vnet_eastus
# location: eastus
# vnet_address_prefixes_cidr: 10.10.0.0/16
# subnet01_name: prod01-10.10.1.x
# subnet01_address_prefix: 10.10.1.0/24

vnet_resources:
  - {
      resource_group: rg-globalnetwork-prod,
      name: prod-vnet-wus3-01,
      vnet_address_prefixes_cidr: ["10.252.0.0/16"],
      location: West US3
    }
  - {
      resource_group: "rg-globalnetwork-prod",
      name: "prod-vnet-weu-01",
      vnet_address_prefixes_cidr: ["10.253.0.0/16"],
      location: "West Europe"
    }

Useful Articles
How to install and configure Ansible on Ubuntu
Get Started: Configure Ansible for Azure Cloud Infrastructure
Install the Microsoft Azure CLI on Ubuntu Linux

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Quickstart How to authenticate Ansible with Microsoft Azure
Ansible authenticate to Microsoft Azure using credential profiles Part 1
Ansible authenticate to Microsoft Azure using credential profiles Part 2
Ansible authenticate to Microsoft Azure using credential inside yaml file

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