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Manage thousands of network devices at one time

Watch recording from July 9, 2019

Network management has remained largely the same for decades. Many network operations teams use a manual approach to network configuration and updates. However, this method is too slow and error prone to keep up with the needs of modern network infrastructures. 

Red Hat® Ansible® Automation allows network management across virtually any device platform via a secure shell (SSH) or an application programming interface (API). With Ansible Automation, you can scale with a global network infrastructure, giving you the ability to manage nearly all network devices at one time. 

Join this webinar to:

  • Learn challenges that you may face when starting network automation.
  • Develop a network automation architecture and strategic framework.
  • Hear about one customer's successful adoption of global network automation.


Live-event date: Tuesday, July 9, 11 a.m. ET

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.

Piyush Patel

senior architect, network automation practice, Red Hat

Piyush is a senior architect within the Red Hat® automation practice, focusing on network automation adoption. Piyush began his IT career with FedEx, where he worked on all aspects of system administration, including performance benchmarking and troubleshooting. He was the lead architect in the automated server build effort, part of the datacenter modernization and consistent environment initiative. From there, he enhanced his virtualization and networking skills working at VCE and then at Cisco, where he led the WiFi-as-a-managed-service offering. 

Sean Sackowitz

consultant, Red Hat

Sean is currently a Red Hat consultant in the Southeast region, specializing in the delivery of automation engagements. He will soon move to the Red Hat automation practice where he will focus on network automation and security. Since joining Red Hat, Sean has worked in application development, hybrid cloud infrastructure, and cloud automation—primarily network automation.