How can Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform training take your IT career to the next level?

Automation is everywhere. With the speed of modern business continuously accelerating, companies must deliver better products to market faster. But extended release cycles, error-prone releases, and unauthorized shadow IT make keeping up with market demands difficult. In this new digital landscape, automation has become a critical part of DevOps ability to enact and enforce best practices, and take advantage of appropriate skills that can support IT and help businesses overcome these challenges.

The release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 brought with it a renewed focus on the power of enterprise automation with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform. With this change in mind, the Red Hat Training team has evolved our course offerings to make automation foundational to our course material and certifications and best prepare IT professionals at any stage in their career for an industry shifting towards automated systems. 

Discover how our new Ansible training offerings can help you reach your unique career goals.

Linux Professionals

We recommend RH294 Red Hat System Administration III: Linux Automation with Ansible

This updated course is designed for Linux system administrators and developers who need to automate provisioning, configuration, application deployment, and orchestration. Students will learn how to install and configure Ansible on a management workstation; prepare managed hosts for automation; write Ansible Playbooks to automate tasks; and run playbooks to ensure servers are correctly deployed and configured.

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Network Administrators

We recommend DO457 Ansible for Network Security

This course is designed for network administrators or infrastructure automation engineers who want to use network automation to centrally manage the switches, routers, and other devices in the organization’s network infrastructure

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Windows Administrators

We recommend DO417 Microsoft Windows Automation with Ansible

This course is designed for Windows Server professionals without previous Ansible experience.  In this course, you will use Ansible to write automation playbooks for Microsoft Windows systems to perform common system administration tasks reproducibly at scale.  You will use Red Hat Ansible Tower to securely manage and run your Ansible Playbooks from a central web-based user interface.

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Advanced Automation Professionals

We recommend DO447 Advanced Automation: Ansible Best Practices 

This course is for experienced Red Hat Ansible Automation users who want to take their Ansible skills to the next level, enabling scalable design and operation of Ansible Automation in the enterprise. It allows students to explore better ways to automate tasks and use Red Hat Ansible Engine effectively, as well as how to leverage advanced features of Ansible to perform more complex tasks. 

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Current RHCEs

We recommend DO407 Automation with Ansible

This course is designed for Linux system administrators and developers who need to automate provisioning, configuration, application deployment, and orchestration. You will learn how to install and configure Ansible on a management workstation and prepare managed hosts for automation.

 

Next steps to get trained on Ansible

Take our Ansible skills assessment or explore our Ansible learning path to find out how our new Ansible courses can help get you and your team upskilled to meet the automation demands on the horizon.

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