Ansible StackStorm role v1.0.0 released

Jan 15, 2019
By Eugen

We’re very excited to announce that Ansible roles to deploy StackStorm have been promoted to major version 1.0.0!

Surprisingly, 1.0.0 is not too much about announcing role stability, – the repository stackstorm/ansible-st2 was actively maintained for more than 3 years and there is no reason to say that Ansible deployment is not stable yet. Because it already had more than 30 releases, this time there were no versions left for a major change and so finally v1.0.0 was shipped. A great chance to celebrate this big milestone! 🎉

With over 55+ Github stars, 150+ pull requests and 700+ commits from 25 contributors we want to thank our community for their support: reporting bugs, generating ideas as well as submitting pull requests. It wouldn’t be possible without you, our users! With over 100K Ansible Galaxy downloads, ansible-st2 became one of the most popular and discussed production-ready StackStorm deployments.

What’s changed? In recent releases there was a lot of ongoing maintenance related to StackStorm version to version differences: nodejs 6 -> 8 version update for st2chatops role, support for new st2 services like st2workflowengine , st2timersengine, st2scheduler, fixes, improvements and more.

There are some more user-facing changes in v1.0.0: minimum required Ansible version was bumped to v2.5 that led to some unavoidable syntax changes, – as you may know Ansible v2.4 reached end of its life and officially unsupported. Besides that, the BWC sub-role which installs and configures StackStorm Enterprise offering was renamed to EWC, – don’t forget to update role references in your plays if you’re using Enterprise. If not, – it’s time to Try StackStorm Enterprise with a free 90-day trial.

Not an Ansible user?
Check out other methods to deploy StackStorm: Puppet, Chef, Docker, Kubernetes / HA, Vagrant / OVA.

As usual, you can download it all at Ansible Galaxy: and find source code as Github repository: We recommend to pin the role to specific version in your infrastructure to avoid sudden surprises. Read more about evolution of ansible-st2 role in Releases Changelog.

That’s all,
Happy Automating!