We’re happy to announce the release of the Ansible 9.2.0 package!
Ansible 9.2.0 includes ansible-core 2.16.3 as well as a curated set of Ansible collections that provide a vast number of modules and plugins.
This release is available on PyPI and can be installed with pip:
python3 -m pip install ansible==9.2.0 --user
The sources for this release can be found here:
Collections that have opted to join the Ansible 9 unified changelog will have an entry on this page:
For collections which have not opted-in to the unified changelog, you may find more information on
or on the collection source repository. For example, the community.crypto collection is available at
and you can find a link to the source repository under the “Repository(Sources)” button.
The changelog for ansible-core 2.16 installed by this release of Ansible 9 can be found here:
The next release roadmap can be found at
From now on, the Ansible community package release schedule will follow the Ansible Core release schedule, including (for example) delays for holidays. This means Ansible releases happen every four weeks through most of the year, but release dates may be delayed when Ansible Core release is.
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A unified porting guide for collections that have opted in is available here:
Ansible 9 includes ansible-core 2.16. Depending on your needs, you can get collection updates as they ship in the Ansible “batteries included” package while continuing to use older versions of ansible-core.
An ansible-galaxy requirements file based on the collections from Ansible 9 has been made available for this use case:
After you download the requirements file, the collections can be installed by running this command:
ansible-galaxy collection install -r galaxy-requirements.yaml
On behalf of the Ansible community, thank you and happy automating!
Ansible Release Management Working Group