Introducing the Ansible Content Collection for Red Hat OpenShift

Increasing business demands are driving the need for automation to support rapid, yet stable and reliable deployments of applications and supporting infrastructure.  Kubernetes and cloud-native tools have quickly emerged as the enabling technologies essential for organizations to build the scalable open hybrid cloud solutions of tomorrow. This is why Red Hat has developed the Red Read more about Introducing the Ansible Content Collection for Red Hat OpenShift[…]

What’s new in Ansible Automation Platform 2: automation controller

Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2 is the next generation automation platform from Red Hat’s trusted enterprise technology experts. We are excited to announce that the Ansible Automation Platform 2 release includes automation controller 4.0, the improved and renamed Red Hat Ansible Tower. Automation controller continues to provide a standardized way to define, operate and Read more about What’s new in Ansible Automation Platform 2: automation controller[…]

Introducing Ansible Automation Platform 2

  For the last two years, the Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform product team has been hard at work developing the next major release. We are incredibly excited to introduce Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2, which was just announced at AnsibleFest 2021. What’s new in Ansible Automation Platform 2? The main focus was to enhance Read more about Introducing Ansible Automation Platform 2[…]

What you can expect: AnsibleFest 2021 for Telco Customers

This year, we are adapting our signature automation event, AnsibleFest, into a free virtual experience. Seasoned pros and new Ansible enthusiasts alike can find answers and learn more about Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, the platform for building and operating automation at scale and creating an enterprise automation strategy. This year, we have a content Read more about What you can expect: AnsibleFest 2021 for Telco Customers[…]

Blog: Spotlight on SIG Usability

Author: Kunal Kushwaha, Civo Introduction Are you interested in learning about what SIG Usability does and how you can get involved? Well, you’re at the right place. SIG Usability is all about making Kubernetes more accessible to new folks, and its main activity is conducting user research for the community. In this blog, we have Read more about Blog: Spotlight on SIG Usability[…]

What’s New in the Ansible Content Collection for Kubernetes – 2.0

As the adoption of containers and Kubernetes increases to drive application modernization, IT organizations must find ways to easily deploy and manage multiple Kubernetes clusters across regions, both residing in the public cloud and/or on-premises, and all the way to the edge. As such, we continue to expand on the capabilities of our Certified Ansible Read more about What’s New in the Ansible Content Collection for Kubernetes – 2.0[…]

Monitoring as code with Sensu + Ansible

A comprehensive infrastructure as code (IaC) initiative should include monitoring and observability. Incorporating the active monitoring of the infrastructure under management results in a symbiotic relationship in which failures are detected automatically, enabling event-driven code changes and new deployments. In this post, I’ll recap a webinar I hosted with Tadej Borovšak, Ansible Evangelist at XLAB Read more about Monitoring as code with Sensu + Ansible[…]

What’s New in the Ansible Content Collection for Kubernetes – 1.2

Businesses continue to have a high demand for automation. This is not limited to infrastructure components, but stretches across the entire IT, including the platforms supporting application deployments. Here often Kubernetes is the way to go – and why in November we released the first Certified Content Collection for deploying and managing Kubernetes applications and Read more about What’s New in the Ansible Content Collection for Kubernetes – 1.2[…]

Fast vs Easy: Benchmarking Ansible Operators for Kubernetes

With Kubernetes, you get a lot of powerful functionality that makes it relatively easy to manage and scale simple applications and API services right out of the box. These simple apps are generally stateless, so the Kubernetes can deploy, scale and recover from failures without any specific knowledge. But what if Kubernetes native capabilities are Read more about Fast vs Easy: Benchmarking Ansible Operators for Kubernetes[…]