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Posted 5 months ago by Alina Buzachis
As the technology landscape continues to evolve, the latest release of the Red Hat Ansible Certified Content Collection for amazon.aws introduces a suite of powerful modules that redefine the boundaries of automation within Amazon Web ... [More] Services (AWS) while redefining how organizations approach security deployments and seamless migrations within the AWS ecosystem. [Less]
Posted 5 months ago by Alina Buzachis
When it comes to Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure automation, the latest release of the certified amazon.aws Ansible Content Collection for Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform brings a number of enhancements to improve the overall user experience and speed up the process from development to production.
Posted 5 months ago by [email protected] (Ben Forrester)
Integrating observability tools with automation is paramount in the realm of modern IT operations, as it fosters a symbiotic relationship between visibility and efficiency. Observability tools provide deep insights into the performance ... [More] , health, and behavior of complex systems, enabling organizations to proactively identify and rectify issues before they escalate.  [Less]
Posted 6 months ago by [email protected] (Ben Forrester)
Over time, application owners find themselves compelled to continuously refine their applications and the underlying infrastructure to enhance the products they deliver, whether to internal or external customers. These modifications ... [More] inevitably lead to changes in the configuration of both applications and infrastructure. While some of these changes may be benign, others can unintentionally steer the systems away from their securely configured state, a phenomenon commonly referred to as "configuration drift." Left unaddressed, the extent of this drift can introduce substantial risks to the organization. [Less]
Posted 6 months ago by [email protected] (Tricia McConnell)
Infrastructure automation is an area where systems administrators and  IT operations teams can see some of the biggest benefits from automation, including time savings, reducing tedious manual work, and improving the overall health of their ... [More] systems. In this blog, I've identified the top 5 infrastructure automation use cases for Ansible Automation Platform that you can deploy in your own environment, and I've incorporated new capabilities like Event-Driven Ansible to make managing your infrastructure even easier.  [Less]
Posted 7 months ago by [email protected] (Nuno Martins)
The use of Event-Driven Ansible to enable fact gathering from events is considered a “Getting Started” type of use case, but it can be extremely powerful. This use case is simple and it is what we consider a “Read Only” type of action ... [More] , meaning that we are not making any changes, but we are using the event to trigger a fact gathering process which we can later publish to the IT Service Management system.  [Less]
Posted 7 months ago by Tony Dubiel
Posted 7 months ago by Tomas Znamenacek
This blog is co-authored by Tomas Znamenacek and Hicham (he-sham) Mourad
Posted 7 months ago by Jerome Marc
Event-Driven Ansible became generally available in Ansible Automation Platform 2.4. As part of the release, Red Hat Insights and Ansible teams collaborated to implement and certify a Red Hat Insights collection integrating Insights events as ... [More] a source of events for Ansible Automation Platform. This provides a consistent way to receive and handle events triggered from Insights to drive and track automation within the Ansible Automation Platform. The collection is available for installation on Ansible automation hub. [Less]
Posted 8 months ago by Phil Griffiths
In a previous blog, I announced the tech preview of containerized Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform. With that we introduced a new feature to enable you to pre-seed configuration and content at installation time. This blog will take you through how that works.