Author Archives: Cindy Russell
Author Archives: Cindy Russell
Since connectivity is critical to all types of business applications including cloud apps, managing and maintaining the network often falls into the overnight hours. This is great for the business, but it puts a large wrinkle in your work-life balance. Luckily, AnsibleFest is here to help you get more sleep!
Continued use of an overnight network management work model can leave you wondering what other technology career options are available… which may mean that your team is smaller than it used to be due to turnover. Search LinkedIn jobs for “Ansible engineer” and you will find as many as 166,000 roles that ask for some form of Ansible skills. Udemy published the 2020 Workplace Learning Trends Report: The Skills of the Future that describes increased enthusiasm for learning technologies such as automation (page 20) and Cisco cites market research showing nearly 23% growth in network automation from 2022 to 2028. If you are in networking, automation can be very important to boost your career.
Across networking domains, automation plays a key role in helping to balance working hours, so Ansible skills can be good to develop. Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform makes management and other tasks faster and Continue reading
This year, we are adapting our signature automation event, AnsibleFest, into a free virtual experience. Seasoned pros and new Ansible enthusiasts alike can find answers and learn more about Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, the platform for building and operating automation at scale and creating an enterprise automation strategy. This year, we have a content topic designed specifically for attendees from telecommunications and media companies with our Telco topic within the Network track.
Let’s take a closer look at this content topic for AnsibleFest 2021.
Telecommunication service providers have extremely critical and complex workflows that require specialized attention for automation. Attendees can expect to learn about targeted use cases, especially for Telecommunications customers, partners and vendors. You will hear from like-minded companies about their experiences with automation, understand advanced automation use cases like AIOps, pair programming, provisioning for Red Hat OpenShift, NetOps with continuous innovation/continuous delivery (CI/CD) and more.
In addition, you can take advantage of the Telco content topic where Telco customers can learn how to get started with network automation, how to expand their network automation use cases, what’s new for those developing the automation for network projects, and how they Continue reading
This year, we are adapting our signature automation event, AnsibleFest, into a free virtual experience to connect our communities with a wider audience and to collaborate to solve problems. Seasoned pros and new Ansible enthusiasts alike can find answers and learn more about Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, the platform for building and operating automation at scale and creating an enterprise automation strategy. Have you already automated some type of server or infrastructure management? Use the network automation track to understand the benefits that come with automating network management the Ansible way.
Let’s take a closer look at this track for AnsibleFest 2021.
Gone are the days of hand-typing commands into network devices one by one, because you simply can’t keep up. Manage your network infrastructure using Ansible Automation Platform throughout the entire development and production life cycle, and free time as a result to focus on your top priority network engineering challenges. This AnsibleFest track focuses on network automation topics for automation content developers as well as network and cloud engineers or operators.
Attendees will learn how network automation can no longer be a point tool, but instead part of a holistic Continue reading