Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Microsoft Azure – Network Access – blog #2

Thank you to Hicham Mourad and Scott Harwell for co-authoring this blog. Introduction In this blog series, we will continue discussing the deployment of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Microsoft Azure. The first blog covered the deployment process as well as how to access a Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Azure deployment that was Read more about Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Microsoft Azure – Network Access – blog #2[…]

Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Microsoft Azure – Network Access – blog #1

Thank you to Hicham Mourad and Scott Harwell for co-authoring this blog. Introduction In this blog series we will discuss the deployment of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Microsoft Azure, specifically focusing on the deployment access types and what that means for accessing Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Azure after deployment completion.   Read more about Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Microsoft Azure – Network Access – blog #1[…]

Introducing a brand new way to automate your Azure Cloud

In December of 2021, Red Hat and Microsoft announced the Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Microsoft Azure.  This year during Red Hat Summit 2022, Red Hat announced the General Availability of the Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Microsoft Azure in North America with global availability coming soon.   I’d like to spend some time Read more about Introducing a brand new way to automate your Azure Cloud[…]

Introducing the Azure Key Vault Credentials Provider for Jenkins

Azure Key Vault is a product for securely managing keys, secrets and certificates. I’m happy to announce two new features in the Azure Key Vault plugin: a credential provider to tightly link Jenkins and Azure Key Vault. huge thanks to Jie Shen for contributing this integration with the configuration-as-code plugin. These changes were released in Read more about Introducing the Azure Key Vault Credentials Provider for Jenkins[…]

Managing Jenkins Artifacts with the Azure Artifact Manager Plugin

Jenkins stores all generated artifacts on the master server filesystem. This presents a couple of challenges especially when you try to run Jenkins in the cloud: As the number of artifacts grow, your Jenkins master will run out of disk space. Eventually, performance can be impacted. Frequent transfer of files between agents and master may Read more about Managing Jenkins Artifacts with the Azure Artifact Manager Plugin[…]