3 ways agentless IT automation streamlines infrastructure control

Infrastructure Control with Red Hat Ansible Tower


While automation’s benefits are many—faster app deployment, efficient systems management, and the alike—with extensibility comes challenges, particularly for team-based use.

Consider this scenario: When you first started working with Ansible, your team of users may have been small. Now a variety of users are writing their own playbooks or trying to configure your organization’s entire infrastructure—which means maintaining control becomes unmanageable as user demand outpaces Ansible’s command line interface.

In this paper, discover a framework for controlling, securing, and managing your Ansible automation. Download now to see how this framework provides a single language for DevOps, continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD), and more. 

Red Hat
27 Oct 2017
27 Oct 2017
10 Page(s)
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