What is Ansible?

MANAGEMENT

Ansible by Red Hat

Deploy apps. Manage systems. Crush complexity.

In a complex IT environment, even the smallest tasks can take forever. Sprawling systems are hard to develop, deploy, and maintain. Business demands only increase complexity, and IT teams struggle with management, availability, and cost.

Ansible is simple, agentless IT automation technology that can improve your current processes, migrate applications for better optimization, and provide a single language for DevOps practices across your organization.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

Automation across IT

Repetitive tasks are automated using a simple, human-readable language that anyone in your IT organization can understand.

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Tackle complex challenges

Ansible and Ansible Tower by Red Hat are a complete automation platform capable of provisioning, deploying applications, orchestrating complex workflows, and managing the configuration of your IT systems, networks, and apps all of which help you solve real business problems.

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Reduce repetition

Ansible is extremely powerful, talking to the systems, applications, and tools you’re already using and reducing the complexity of existing environments and processes.

Get started simply

Ansible is agentless, so there’s no software to install on the things you’re automating. This makes it easy to get started and helps IT teams collaborate—whether their focus is networking, development, infrastructure, applications, or security.

The power of community

Ansible is the most popular automation tool in GitHub. With thousands of contributors, hundreds of modules, and many thousands of community-provided automation roles in Ansible Galaxy, you can not only learn and begin to use Ansible quickly, but benefit from community-contributed roles that will help you automate even faster. And best of all, you can trust that Ansible is backed by Red Hat, the world’s leader in open source.

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