The best of all possible worlds
Hybrid cloud and the need for a single management framework
Webinar There's no law that says just because you move workloads to a cloud you have to manacle yourself to that cloud's management framework. But neither is it a given that you shouldn't benefit from the kind of automation that big cloud providers give their customers because you run applications in your own datacenter.
You too can span those two distinct spheres and reap the rewards of a hybrid, scalable infrastructure by using Red Hat's Ansible Automation Platform running on Amazon Web Services. Not only that but you can do this without any limitations around the services you can use on AWS or those that can be deployed on premises.
Sound too good to be true? Then let your host, Timothy Prickett Morgan of The Next Platform, convince you otherwise in discussion with Hicham Mourad, Ansible Automation Platform Product and Technical Marketing Manager at Red Hat, and Nicholas Lowman, Senior Partner Solutions Architect for Red Hat software at Amazon Web Services on 6 June 5pm BST/8am PDT/12pm EDT.
The trio will explain the features and benefits of Ansible on AWS and demonstrate how automation reduces the time and complexity of infrastructure and application deployment, offering a programmatic consistency. They will advise you on how to manage your AWS environment, cut costs and address skills gaps in setting up infrastructure, as well as accelerate the speed of infrastructure deployment from multiple days to minutes just as flagship customer NASA has done already.
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