Today’s hybrid cloud infrastructures must move at the speed of business. Implementing automation has become table stakes for the enterprise. Reducing repetitive, error-prone, manual tasks and streamlining infrastructure management allows IT personnel to focus on more strategic initiatives.
Together, Cisco and Red Hat are enabling our mutual customers to deploy systems that are resilient, manageable, and observable, while also leveraging automation to make changes quickly and predictably with minimal effort.
Join Cisco virtually for part two of Red Hat Summit from June 15-16, 2021, and see how these integrated and validated solutions empower IT to deliver positive business outcomes with speed and scale while setting the foundation for efficiency and competitive gain.
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While the DevOps model accelerates application deployment and achieves higher efficiency in operating data centers, the infrastructure needs to change and respond faster to business needs. Together, Ansible and Cisco ACI enable a true DevOps model. DevOps can help you achieve an agile operational model by improving on automation, innovation, and consistency. Architected around a robust REST API, Cisco’s Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) lends itself particularly well to being automated by a variety of programming languages, SDKs, and tools. This session will show you how ACI benefits from a very broad feature coverage in Ansible, to a point where it is entirely possible to bring up a zero-configuration fabric to production-ready using only Ansible. Many tasks will be orchestrated by Ansible Tower / AWX with infrastructure code committed into a Git repo to provide a proper DevOps experience.
Distinguished Engineer, Cisco
Cisco and Red Hat work with companies to provide choices in how their business evolves. We deliver the most comprehensive open solutions for data center modernization, hybrid cloud, and big data.
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