Red Hat Summit will start tomorrow!

We hope to see you there!

If you are around, please don’t forget to come to the Management & Automation booth and say hello! We´ll have something for you!

Red Hat Summit is almost here!

Are you coming to Red Hat Summit? We are!

This will be my first summit and I cannot be more excited! I will meet a lot of interesting people and I am sure there will be outstanding announces as well. I can’t wait for it

Please check-out the labs our team is delivering during Red Hat Summit… they’re super interesting!

You can find the full agenda here  but here are some of my personal favorites:

 

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CloudForms in AWS Summary and recap

For the last few posts Laurent Domb has been explaining how to squeeze CloudForms and AWS integration by teaching you how to:

  • Upload the CF images to AWS
  • Create all the needed config files in AWS
  • Deploy CF on AWS
  • Configure the new in 4.6 SmartState Analysis (SSA)
  • Use that SSA to add a compliance policy to an instance
  • Use AWS authentication in CF

 

You can find the blog posts here:

Please let us know what are your thoughts and which other series would you like to read in the blog

Ansible Automation inside Red Hat CloudForms (Summary)

This blog post concludes our series on Ansible Automation inside Red Hat CloudForms. We hope that the content and demo videos were able to get you a grasp on how Ansible Automation, the leading simple, powerful, and agentless open source IT automation framework, adds value to Red Hat CloudForms and extends its capabilities.

 

Red Hat CloudForms natively supports Ansible Automation and eases the deployment of infrastructure and  IT services across clouds. Users can automate multi-cloud management by defining a wide range of policies and processes with no coding or scripting required.

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Debugging Ansible Automation inside Red Hat CloudForms

Debugging might not be one of your favorite things to do, but when your automation fails it is good to know where to look to find information and troubleshoot. In this blog post, we investigate how to make sure Ansible Automation is correctly configured inside CloudForms, and how to troubleshoot issues that might occur when running Ansible Automation. Content for this blog post is based on the knowledge base article published on Red Hat Customer Portal.

 

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Multi-tier Application Deployment using Ansible and CloudForms (Video)

This article is a follow up on our previous blog post VMware provisioning example using Ansible, where we deployed a simple virtual machine on VMware using Ansible from the CloudForms service catalog. In this week’s demonstration, we go a step further and provision a multi-tier application on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Once provisioned, the application lifecycle, as well as all day 2 operations are performed from Red Hat CloudForms.

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