With AnsibleFest less than a month away we wanted to take a closer look at each of the session tracks to help you make your experience as personalized as possible. We talked with Track Lead Bill Nottingham and asked him a few questions about the Ansible Integrations Track and sessions within the track.
Who is this track best for?
In Ansible Integrations, we’re highlighting integrations of Ansible with other technologies. This track is best for people who manage a large variety of varied infrastructure, and are interested in how Ansible can help manage in new areas. It’s also useful for those interested in building integrations with Ansible for their own platforms.
What topics will this track cover?
In Ansible Integrations, we’ll highlight the impact of Ansible combined with a variety of technologies and use cases. We will highlight how Ansible allows easy management of application lifecycles, how Ansible helps enable management of containers in the public cloud, how XLAB worked to build certified collections for Ansible, how to customize your base operating system image and much more!
What should attendees expect to learn from this track?
Attendees should expect to learn how Ansible works to extend the capabilities of the technologies they already use, and how other technologies can expand their usage of Ansible.
Where would you expect to find attendees to this track to hangout online?
If attendees are looking to learn more or have questions after AnsibleFest, online communities like Stackoverflow, reddit, Twitter, github, or docs.ansible.com are great resources.
What workshop would you recommend that would complement the sessions in this track?
Ansible Network Automation Workshop or Ansible F5 Automation Workshop are great compliments to this track. However, workshops have limited space and fill up quickly, so make sure to register for AnsibleFest so you can sign up for workshops!