Strategies for adopting IT automation across your organization

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A recent Harvard Business Review Analytic Services survey highlights the importance of IT automation: "80% of respondents say adopting IT automation is ‘extremely important’ or ‘very important’ to the future success of their organization [...] However, only 34% of respondents say that IT leaders are actually embracing that role¹."

As companies strive to become more agile and transform their operations to a digital environment, IT automation has become essential to businesses and a critical element in digital transformation. IT leaders should not focus solely on technical matters like selecting the right technology, but also on developing a strategic vision for IT automation, serving as proponents of culture change at their organizations.

In this webinar, we’ll cover:

  • How Red Hat® Ansible® Automation Platform supports agile business practices and a shift to digital operations 
  • The ways that organizational change and culture impact the advancement of IT automation
  • The top priorities in IT automation and the roles IT leaders can play to advance IT automation

Live event date: Wednesday, March 16, 2022 | 11 a.m. ET

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.

Kaete Piccirilli

Kaete Piccirilli

Director, Red Hat Ansible Automation Product Marketing, Red Hat

Kaete is the Director of Product Marketing for Management and Automation at Red Hat. Prior to joining Red Hat, she was the Product Marketing Manager for a DevOps implementation training and consulting company.

Kaete has years of experience communicating how customers’ business needs align with the capabilities of Red Hat’s product and service offerings. Her background gives her insight into how companies have successfully used Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform to build business value.


Walter Bentley

Senior Manager, Automation Practice, Red Hat

Walter is a Red Hat Automation Practice Senior Manager with a diverse background in production systems administration and solutions architecture. Walter helps enterprise organizations build automation strategies with repeatable patterns and blueprints focused on developing an automation-first mindset.

At Red Hat, Walter manages an automation team who work with clients to promote using automation as a universal language between IT organizations.