Which button should I click on?

Which button should I click on?

 

As a CloudForms user, do you ever get frustrated, wondering which button to click on or how to get to your selected location?

 

If your answer to any of these or similar questions is yes, then let me tell you that your life is going to get easier. Why does CloudForms need to be that complicated? The truth is that it doesn’t and we (with your help) are working on it.

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Tips from the tour part 3: Automating complex processes with Ansible

Introduction

 

Red Hat held an event on the infrastructure part of our portfolio in Milan and Rome on April 17th and 19th, 2018. Part of the demos presented was focused on the Automation topic managed with Red Hat Ansible and Red Hat Ansible Tower:

 

The event information and agenda is available at:

https://www.redhat.com/en/events/infrastructure-tour-milan-2018

https://www.redhat.com/en/events/infrastructure-tour-rome-2018

 

This is the third part of the series of articles written by my colleague Rinaldo Bergamini you can find them here and here.

In this part, I would like to show you how you can Automate “everything” with Red Hat Ansible and Ansible Tower.

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GitLab output from 2018 CloudForms Hackathon in Berlin

CloudForms Hackathon

 

Last week we held a Hackathon in Berlin thanks to Christian Jung and Fabien Dupont. We had 35 attendees contributing to 12 tracks covering tons of topics related to State Machines, Ansible, Dynamic Resource Object and High Availability

 

If you want to join us next time, please let us know! We will be more than happy!

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