Evento

Creating a network automation framework

  • 28 de Noviembre de 2017
  • Webinar

As more organizations move to public cloud service providers, they expect the same level of automation and self-service from their datacenters. Ranging from network configuration and provisioning virtual network resources to self-healing networks, network automation is fast becoming a top priority for efficiency and productivity for many organizations. 

In this webinar, we’ll offer a framework that shows how network automation can change the way you do business. Using TripleO to deploy an OpenStack® lab environment and Ansible to manage the cloud resources, you’ll learn how to: 

  • Develop an automation strategy that includes network discovery and configuration auditing. 
  • Adopt a holistic approach to configuration and workload management. 
  • Automate new network device provisioning. 
  • Integrate existing orchestration tools and systems with Red Hat® Ansible Tower. 
  • Provide a better way for teams to deploy and manage their own workloads.

 

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Part three of the three part webinar series titled Modernize your IT with a holistic automation framework and strategy.

Part oneUsing Ansible to modernize and automate workflows

Part twoHow to get more out of CloudForms with Ansible automation

Luke Short, cloud consultant, automation practice, Red Hat

Luke Short is a Cloud Consultant on the Automation Practice team with a background in automation, Python programming, DevOps, systems administration, and cloud technology. He is a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE®). Luke's two favorite technologies are Ansible and OpenStack, and he spends his free time contributing back upstream to Ansible, Ansible Container, and other open source projects. His goal is to help spread the adoption of automation to increase efficiency, lower administrative overhead, and help people scale out their applications. You can find most of Luke's notes, “Root Pages”, published online on GitHub as a free and open source resource. He spends his free time contributing back upstream to Ansible, Ansible Container, AWX, and other open source projects.