In the previous article, Automate Red Hat JBoss Web Server deployments with Ansible, I discussed how to fully automate the deployment of Red Hat JBoss Web Server with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform. However, this initial installation and configuration is only the beginning. Once the Java server is in use, it must be maintained and updated. Otherwise, critical bugs could affect its operation, or a security vulnerability might expose it to bad actors.

Fortunately, we can utilize Ansible and the JWS collection to mitigate these concerns, enabling it to fully patch your deployment by automation and to upgrade the server itself. In this article, we will cover, in detail, how to implement such automation.

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