You have to maintain an active subscription in order to be able to use the repository!
While RHEL 8 is being quite fresh, there are no packages available for many things.
But how do you get up to rock and roll latest stable Ansible on RHEL 8 based system, running as control node?
sudo yum install python3 sudo alternatives --set python /usr/bin/python3 python --version sudo yum install python3-virtualenv
In your Ansible-powered project, create virtualenv:
virtualenv venv . venv/bin/activate pip install ansible
Now Ansible is safely installed to
venv of your project. Whenever you need to run it, make sure to activate the virtual environment first, e.g.:
virtualenv venv ansible --version
If you’re using the actual RHEL 8, things are easier:
sudo subscription-manager repos --enable ansible-2.8-for-rhel-8-x86_64-rpms sudo dnf install ansible