4.5 out of 5 (6 Ratings)

6 Verified Reviews

Ansible by Red Hat

Multi System control from a single point

Vendor documentation was easy to follow. Which allowed us to deploy this quickly and adapted it to our enviorment.

Ansible by Red Hat

Ansible is a very friendly tool and it doesn't require a lots of training to use it

Overall Ansible is a very powerful tool and simple that is easily implemented to aupport the IT automation. We used to use Puppet but for a small company it's beneficial to have a tool that many people can just pick up and use. The tool works very good for what we do from legacy distributed Linux environment to containerized platform. So far nothing much to say about negative side.

Ansible by Red Hat

Easy to learn and flexible and scalable tools

For programmer, there are lots of community modules/contributions to speed up deployment process. For non-programmer, it is easy to pick up since it is not a programming language and it is processed in sequencial. Once processes/tasks are "playbook"lized, changes will be implemented in the same manner. Benefit, 1. standardized infrastruction/implementation. 2. make large scale implementation easy. 3. easy on new on-board team members. 4. once everything standardize, errer rate is either zero or 100% which make troubleshooting easy.

Ansible by Red Hat

easy to scale across multiple teams

used 3rd party will work with red hat and open source community moving forward.

Ansible by Red Hat

Was easy to implement but needs more customer support

Biggest driver for our initial pilot imlementation of the this software is the Agentless nature of the product along with the ease of learning and implementing.

Ansible by Red Hat

The heart of our automation

Overall we have been very successful using Ansible Tower. It is used to automated all of our AWS cloud infrastructure and application deployments. The early versions RBAC was/is horrible and in our case caused serious performance issues. Don't even consider running an older version. We have had much better luck with the 3.x versions. Every new version seems to be getting exponentially better. Even with the older versions, stability was never an issue.