Ansible Tower Cluster Configuration Guide

Overview In this article we will setup and configure an Ansible Tower cluster on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). If you are interested in a single all-in-one deployment, I...

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Video vom 4. Anwendertreffen online

Das Video vom 4. Anwendertreffen in Frankfurt ist jetzt online auf Youtube.  

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Ansible Getting Started Guide

Overview Automation is one of the most critical areas of improvement in most organizations. Today, most companies are in the process or re-inventing themselves in one way or another...

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IT Monitoring is Terrible: We Can Fix it with Machine Learning

In IT operations, we need to know when something isn’t working. But, humans are just bad at identifying anomalies over time. A typical person’s ability to identify an anomaly...

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How to Simplify Systems Integration in an Enterprise Environment

Getting heterogeneous systems to talk to each other can be a make or break exercise, especially in hybrid cloud infrastructures, critical to supporting digital transformation processes. We are seeing...

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Ansible package moved from EPEL to extras

A few days ago the Ansible package was removed from EPEL and many ask why that happened. The background is that Ansible is now provided in certain Red Hat...

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OpenShift: Accessing External Services using Egress Router

Overview Egress traffic is traffic going from OpenShift pods to external systems, outside of OpenShift. There are two main options for enabling egress traffic. Allow access to external systems...

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How to Simplify Systems Integration in an Enterprise Environment

Getting heterogeneous systems to talk to each other can be a make or break exercise, especially in hybrid cloud infrastructures, critical to supporting digital transformation processes. We are seeing more and more of the current generations of IT professionals involved in this transformation, who have a growing expectation of a frictionless enterprise IT experience. A …

Ansible package moved from EPEL to extras

A few days ago the Ansible package was removed from EPEL and many ask why that happened. The background is that Ansible is now provided in certain Red Hat channels. What happened? In the past (pre-2017-10) most people who were on RHEL or CentOS or similar RHEL based systems used to install Ansible from the EPEL repository. … Continue reading Ansible package moved from EPEL to extras