Event Date: July 27, 2017
Hosted By: Red Hat & Carahsoft
Location: New York, NY
Learn to automate all things with Ansible and Ansible Tower at our complimentary, one-day, hands-on technical workshop.
Join us and our technical experts from Ansible by Red Hat for a one-day, interactive workshop. You’ll get a comprehensive overview of Ansible and then dive into an overview of Ansible Tower and how they work together. You will be equipped with the skills to take this back to your agency and implement right away.
During the workshop, you will learn:
What Ansible, Ansible Tower, and The Ansible Way are
How to install Ansible and Ansible Tower
How Ansible and Ansible Tower work and their key components
How to reuse and redistribute Ansible content with roles
This event is BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). Please bring a laptop with admin rights and the ability to connect via Secure Socket Shell (SSH) to a lab environment hosted in a public cloud.
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