When it comes to DevOps, one of your most important assets is time. It’s something you simply can never get enough of. And, one of the best ways to conserve time during your next DevOps project is through automation. Targeted automation can help free you up to focus on the more strategic parts of your project, while leaving those more tactical – yet time consuming – tasks to automated technology.
Why might you need greater DevOps automation? Consider these key indicators…
- If you’re doing the same task over and over
- If you’re configuring and patching multiple systems at the same time
- If you need to respond faster to match the speed of the business
- You need to scale more rapidly with minimal manpower impact
- If you need to provide an audit trail for greater accountability and compliance
Learn top tips for speeding time to application delivery with Red Hat Ansible.
Learn how you can improve your efficiency and cut costs for such all-consuming tasks such as provisioning, capacity tracking and chargebacks in your next DevOps project. Watch the on-demand webinar: “Feeding the Beast: Managing DevOps Environments.” It showcases how you can leverage Red Hat Ansible Automation to achieve greater workload densities and vastly improve efficiency. It explores examples and best practices using Ansible and offers insight into some of the key benefits of DevOps automation.
Ansible is radically simple, yet powerful IT automation engine to power cloud provisioning, configuration management, application deployment and more. With Ansible, the power is in its simplicity. It’s mature, easy to use and agentless and is fully extensible with 3rd party modules and the integrated ability to write your own extensions. The open source solution also has a large community for additional guidance and Ansible content.
If you’re eager to see automation in action, this webinar will give you command line demos on how Ansible works, including CLI commands and playbooks. It’s a quick guide for anyone new to Ansible, plus it also shows how to leverage the hundreds of Ansible modules that are available as well as tips for writing your own.