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Policy as Code has never been more important due to the high cost of downtime, the need to stay ahead of security risks, and the need to manage staff and IT costs more efficiently. Yet, in a highly complex multi-cloud environment, this can be a challenge. What if you could automate the implementation of internally-mandated and external regulatory controls so they are seamlessly implemented at every turn? How can you ensure that team members of all skill levels in development and operations can act consistently and according to your policies?

Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform can help you do this as we continually release new capabilities–and you can start preparing now.

We will cover how to:

  • Build policy compliance into Ansible Playbook development using Ansible Lightspeed with IBM watsonx Code Assistant
  • Trigger automated response using Policy as Code capabilities along with event-driven automation so compliance gaps and risks are addressed very quickly
  • Enforce policies in cloud operations to reduce risk and control costs
  • Prepare for and get started with Automated Policy as Code
  • Implement this by showing a demo of automated Policy as Code


Live event date:  Tuesday, June 18, 2024 | 11 a.m. ET

On-demand event:  Available for one year afterward.

Phil Griffiths

Phil Griffiths

Product Manager, Red Hat

Phil Griffiths is a Product Manager for Ansible Automation Platform with nine years of experience at Red Hat. Phil has held roles as a solution architect and technical consultant both at Red Hat and for other organizations.

Roger Lopez

Roger Lopez

Principal Technical Marketing Manager, Red Hat

Roger Lopez is a seasoned Principal Technical Marketing Manager with over a decade of experience in the computer industry. Roger has been instrumental in developing high-value solutions for customer success. As a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE), Roger brings deep expertise in crafting advanced solutions with technologies such as Ansible Automation Platform, OpenShift, and OpenStack.