Many applications now use PostgreSQL as a database; the price, features, and community have long made for a compelling use case. But what if you need several, or many, PostgreSQL servers? How can you best deploy such servers? One answer is to use Ansible, a provisioning system written in Python that has become an increasingly popular alternative to such well-known systems as Chef and Puppet. In this talk, Kenny Gorman describes why you would want to provision your PostgreSQL servers with Ansible, and then how you can do so.