Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today shared that enterprises in APAC countries such as Australia, China, India and Singapore have adopted Red Hat Ansible Tower, its enterprise-grade, agentless automation platform.
"Today’s business demands can mean even greater complexity for many organizations. Such dynamic environments can necessitate a new approach to automation that can improve speed, scale and stability across IT environments. Several organizations in APAC have embraced automation as an essential component of digital transformation, and have deployed Red Hat Ansible Tower to automate applications and IT infrastructure, while providing a simple language to help facilitate DevOps practices.”
Red Hat Ansible Tower helps enterprises cut through the complexities of modern IT environments with powerful automation capabilities that can improve productivity and reduce downtime. New additions to the latest version of the platform enable enterprises to better scale DevOps and other automation and offer the ability to link multiple Playbooks into longer, more complex jobs, enhancing productivity across the business. Red Hat Ansible Tower internally uses the popular Ansible open source automation project to help teams more effectively manage systems and optimize multi-tier deployments while adding control, delegation and security capabilities.
Customers across industries, including telecommunications, communications service providers, financial services and beyond have deployed Ansible Tower to automate repetitive and manual tasks, orchestrate complex workflows, improve processes and offer agility to deploy applications faster with less human interventions. In APAC, this includes organizations such as:
● Datacom (Australia and New Zealand);
● China Foreign Exchange Trading System (China);
● China Industrial Bank (China);
● China Merchant Bank (China);
● Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. (China);
● Shanghai Pudong Development Bank Credit Card Center (China);
● STT Connect (Singapore); and
● Zyme Solutions (India).
Frank Feldmann, head of APAC office of technology, Red Hat
“Today’s business demands can mean even greater complexity for many organizations. Such dynamic environments can necessitate a new approach to automation that can improve speed, scale and stability across IT environments. Several organizations in APAC have embraced automation as an essential component of digital transformation, and have deployed Red Hat Ansible Tower to automate applications and IT infrastructure, while providing a simple language to help facilitate DevOps practices.”
David Robinson, chief technology officer, STT Connect
“Our core business relies on software and the ability to deploy and evolve on demand. Speed, accuracy and precision are critical and this wouldn't be possible without automation. Red Hat Ansible Tower is a key component in the automation of our cloud infrastructure.”
Yong Gu, head of system group, China Foreign Exchange Trading System
“We started using Red Hat Ansible Tower when we were building our configuration management database, mainly for automation discovery. It helped us in laying out a good foundation for our roll out in the follow-up operation and maintenance. With Red Hat's support, Ansible Tower has played an important role in increasing our workplace efficiency and has also helped enhance the overall performance in the automation of our operations.”
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