system administration and linux/unix, Basic Computer Science

Write a system using script written in asuitable scripting language to automate taking a basic linux server instance and provisioning it with particular applications based on its IP address. Your system should be able to automatically create and provision many instances using a configuration file. Submit evidence that at least five instances are running your system with internal documentation,a "man" page for external documentation and a how-to guide written in a light weight markup language.
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