Importing/Exporting Collections in automation hubs

This article discusses how to export and import Collections from one automation hub to another. Ansible automation hub stores Collections within repositories and the Collections are versioned by the curator, so therefore many versions of the same Collection can exist in the same or different repositories at the same time. Ansible automation hub repositories store Read more about Importing/Exporting Collections in automation hubs[…]

3 new Ansible automation hub updates

Beyond the buzz at AnsibleFest 2022 around event-driven automation, availability of Ansible in  AWS and Azure marketplaces, and Project Wisdom, some important changes were happening within Ansible automation hub, so let’s take a closer look at the latest developments.    Content signing for enhanced security Content signing is a new feature currently available in technology Read more about 3 new Ansible automation hub updates[…]

Private automation hub – Multi-Hub for resilience

Ansible Content Collections have become the new standard for distributing Ansible content (playbooks, roles, modules, and plugins). Collections have been fully supported since Ansible 2.9 and for the last 2 years, the Ansible community has been on a journey to move to this new way of packaging and consuming Ansible content. With Ansible 2.9, Collections Read more about Private automation hub – Multi-Hub for resilience[…]

Introducing Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2.1

We are thrilled to announce the general availability of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2.1. This is the follow-on to the Ansible Automation Platform 2.0 Early Access released this summer, and announced at AnsibleFest 2021. Red Ansible Automation Platform 2.1 introduces major features that allow customers to onboard more easily with even more flexible automation Read more about Introducing Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2.1[…]

Fun with private Automation Hub – Part 2

In the previous blog post, I provided a brief history on Ansible Content Collections and demonstrated how to upload a Collection to a private Automation Hub. We ended the blog by synchronizing content from Ansible Galaxy and Automation Hub. Today, we will configure Ansible Tower to communicate with private Automation Hub. “Great things are done Read more about Fun with private Automation Hub – Part 2[…]

Fun with private Automation Hub – Part 1

With the introduction of Ansible Automation Platform 1.2 at AnsibleFest 2020, Ansible released private Automation Hub. This enables a means to deliver, manage and curate Ansible Automation Platform Certified Content via a central on-premises, self-hosted solution for use by internal automation communities. This sparked my interest in digging deeper into what private Automation Hub is Read more about Fun with private Automation Hub – Part 1[…]

Now Available: Red Hat-Maintained Content Collections on Automation Hub

Today marks an important milestone for Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform subscribers: The initial release of Red Hat-maintained Ansible Content Collections have been published to Automation Hub for automating select platforms from Arista, AWS, Cisco, IBM, Juniper, Splunk and more. The addition of these 17 Red Hat-maintained Collections on Automation Hub brings the total number Read more about Now Available: Red Hat-Maintained Content Collections on Automation Hub[…]