has adopted Red Hat Ansible
Tower to automate its network infrastructure and reduce operations dependent on manual efforts, the company said.
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Red Hat, Inc., the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that Red Hat Ansible
Automation has been named a Leader by Forrester Research in the Forrester Waveao: Infrastructure Automation Platforms, Q3 2019.
- Reduce risk and cost of using Ansible
plus eliminate dependence on Ansible
Tower with the most secure Ansible
integration of any cloud and container management platform
Red Hat's pioneering business model helped bring open source--including technologies like Linux, Kubernetes, Ansible
, Java, Ceph and many more - into the mainstream for enterprises.
Red Hat's pioneering business model helped bring open source -- including technologies like Linux, Kubernetes, Ansible
, Java, Ceph and many more -- into the mainstream for enterprises.
Automation--simple, agentless IT automation technology that can improve business processes, migrate applications for better optimization, and provide a single language for DevOps practices across the organization using a simple, human-readable language that anyone in IT can understand
- DevOps Ready An API first architecture allows DevOps teams to programmatically integrate DNS changes into their CI/CD deployment processes and tool stack, including Terraform and Ansible
. This eliminates the need to send change request tickets to DNS administrators, and is just one of the many benefits unlocked by automation.
Deployment automation and management tools, such as Chef, Puppet, or Ansible
are examples which can be used in both public and private cloud environments.
This possibility is enabled by FusionLayer's patented technologies and REST API allowing integration with market leading private clouds, public clouds, SDNs, cloud orchestrators, and DevOps solutions, as well as physical network devices through orchestrators such as Ansible