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Many customers today are using Ansible Tower to manage their network infrastructure, but have since asked for full support for the networking modules they use most.
Today, Red Hat Ansible Engine Networking Add-on provides support for select networking modules from Arista (EOS), Cisco (IOS, IOS XR, NX-OS), Juniper (Junos OS), Open v Switch, and Vy OS.
In our experience, the most integrated and effective automation teams were both operationalizing and scaling their automation, as well as developing Ansible Playbooks beyond what was found in any Git Hub repository.
Today, Red Hat Ansible Tower is now optionally bundled with Red Hat Ansible Engine for Dev Ops enterprises that seek full-stack automation support. Network operations teams need enterprise automation Ansible was born 5 years ago to automate Linux servers.
The Ansible project has always been an important part of the Ansible Tower “built-for-enterprise” story, but over the past few years a pattern has begun to emerge.
The Ansible project has grown over time, moving from just managing Linux servers to managing different types of devices: servers, virtual machines, containers, networking hardware, Windows platforms… With the breadth of abilities to automate highly heterogeneous environments we received more requests for additional Red Hat offerings for diverse automation use cases.
Smaller teams need support too There is a considerable knowledge and experience “jump” when going from using the Ansible open source project to the enterprise-class Ansible Tower.
Without a supported entry point, we found that potential customers often stayed on an unsupported product based on their needs early in their automation journey.