Learn about Event-Driven Ansible at Red Hat Summit and AnsibleFest 2023

As you may have heard, AnsibleFest will be taking place at Red Hat Summit in Boston May 23-25. This change will allow you to harness everything that Red Hat technology has to offer in a single place and give you even more tools to address your automation needs. Join Ansible and automation-focused audiences to hear Read more about Learn about Event-Driven Ansible at Red Hat Summit and AnsibleFest 2023[…]

Kubernetes Meets Event-Driven Ansible

In today’s fast paced world, every second counts and the ability to react to activities in a timely fashion can mean the difference between satisfying the needs of consumers and meeting Service-Level Agreements. Each are goals of Event-Driven Ansible, which seeks to further the reach of Ansible based automation by responding to events that meet Read more about Kubernetes Meets Event-Driven Ansible[…]

Using Red Hat Insights as a source of events for Event-Driven Ansible automation

One of the key announcements at AnsibleFest 2022 was the introduction of the Event-Driven Ansible developer preview. This technology is currently available on GitHub and accessible by technology providers and end users to provide feedback and drive the ecosystem. ISVs and consulting/service partners are specifically invited to create event driven automation content that makes it Read more about Using Red Hat Insights as a source of events for Event-Driven Ansible automation[…]

Creating custom Event-Driven Ansible source plugins

  We’re surrounded! Our modern systems and applications are constantly generating events. These events could be generated by service requests, application events, health checks, etc. With the wealth of information from event traffic surrounding everything we do, Event-Driven Ansible allows for automated responses to incoming events. But not only are we completely engulfed in event Read more about Creating custom Event-Driven Ansible source plugins[…]

Addressing NetOps issues with Event-Driven Ansible

A simple example – No Shut, No Problem Since the announcement of Event-Driven Ansible, I cannot stop thinking about potential use cases. Can I get events to automate scaling? Could I use a filesystem event to trigger filesystem integrity checks? Could I get a slackbot to trigger my choice of heavy metal playlist based on Read more about Addressing NetOps issues with Event-Driven Ansible[…]

The Top 10 Ansible Blogs of 2022

Introduction If you’re looking to brush up on the most popular Ansible information from 2022 (or just grasping at any excuse to break away from your relatives for a few minutes during the holidays), you’ve come to the right place. What follows are the top 10 blogs that have captured the most attention from Ansible.com Read more about The Top 10 Ansible Blogs of 2022[…]

Introducing the Event-Driven Ansible developer preview

Today at AnsibleFest 2022, Red Hat announced an exciting new developer preview for Event-Driven Ansible. Most customers are on a journey toward full end-to-end automation and there are many paths you take along this journey.  Event-Driven Ansible is a new way to enhance and expand automation. It improves IT speed and agility, while enabling consistency Read more about Introducing the Event-Driven Ansible developer preview[…]

Getting Started with Event-Driven Ansible

 As one technology advances, it expands the possibilities for other technologies and offers the solutions of tomorrow for the challenges we face today. AnsibleFest 2022 brings us new advances in Ansible automation that are as bright as they are innovative. I am talking about the Event-Driven Ansible developer preview. Automation allows us to give our Read more about Getting Started with Event-Driven Ansible[…]

It takes a community: how partners play a key role in event driven automation

Event-driven automation is increasingly being adopted because of the strong benefits it delivers in managing huge amounts of complexity across multi-clouds, a multi-device remote workforce, and growing edge implementations. In a digital world, maintaining resilience and reliability is essential and event driven automation helps teams meet these needs while working around resource and skills gaps.   Read more about It takes a community: how partners play a key role in event driven automation[…]

Why Event-Driven Matters

Life comes down to moments. These events are often how we define our achievements, successes, and failures throughout life. Just like our daily lives, IT organizations and teams can also have these defining moments, where you will often hear phrases like the “great database crash of ’98.” Many of these memorable IT  moments occur from Read more about Why Event-Driven Matters[…]