Thank you to everyone who joined us over the past two days for the AnsibleFest 2020 virtual experience. We had such a great time connecting with Ansible lovers across the globe. In case you missed some of it (or all of it), we have some event highlights to share with you! If you want to go see what you may have missed, all the AnsibleFest 2020 content will be available on demand for a year.
This year at AnsibleFest 2020, Ansible Community Architect Robyn Bergeron kicked off with her keynote on Tuesday morning. We heard how with Ansible Content Collections, it’s easier than ever to use Ansible the way you want or need to, as a contributor or an end user. Ansible 2.10 is now available, and Robyn explained how the feedback loop got us there. If you want to hear more about the Ansible community project, go watch Robyn’s keynote on demand.
Ansible’s own Richard Henshall talked about the Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform product updates and new releases. In 2018, we unveiled the Ansible certified partner program and now we have over 50 platforms certified. We are bridging traditional platforms, containers and edge with a new integration between Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes and Ansible Automation Platform. Learn more about the new integration from our press release. This year at AnsibleFest, we also introduced private Automation Hub, where users can now manage and curate Ansible content privately, from trusted sources. You can learn more about this and other Ansible Automation Platform updates from our press release. You can also listen to Richard’s full keynote in the AnsibleFest platform on demand now.
AnsibleFest 2020 showcased six channels of content; with something for everyone. Some popular talks included the Ansible Automation Platform Roadmap, Managing your own Private Ansible Content, Ansible Automation Platform Technical Content Strategy, How to manage your Ansible automation and how your automation is performing with analytics, and much more! All 70+ breakout sessions are available on demand now.
We hope everyone enjoyed our first virtual AnsibleFest. Thank you to all our attendees who helped make AnsibleFest 2020 the largest and most successful AnsibleFest to date. To see more highlights of the event, you can visit the AnsibleFest homepage. Don’t forget, all the content will be available until October 2021, so you can go back and watch the content whenever you would like. Thank you for connecting with us this year and happy automating!