New Case Study: NASA and Ansible Tower

September 17, 2014 by Dan London

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In our latest case study we show how NASA uses Ansible Tower to better manage their environment, provide better security as well as to increase efficiency. 

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"NASA WESTPRIME’s initial focus was to move roughly 65 applications from a traditional hardware based data center in a rapid time-line to a cloud-based environment. The rapid time-line resulted in many applications being migrated ‘as-is’ to a cloud environment.

This allowed for NASA to gain significant cost savings from the change in infrastructure but did not allow for immediate cloud optimization of the applications and sites. As a result of the rapid migration requirement we had an environment spanning multiple virtual private clouds (VPCs) and AWS accounts that could not be easily managed. This resulted in scenarios where even simple things, like ensuring every system administrator had access to every server, or simple patching, were extremely burdensome."

To read more of the NASA and Ansible Case Study, click here.

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Dan London

Dan has been a featured Speaker at Google AdWords Client Forum and at numerous search marketing and social media events on the East Coast including the 2011 Kenan-Flagler Business Symposium at the University of North Carolina, Internet Summit, Business Journal Social Media Madness Launch Event and Triangle Entrepreneurship Week. You can find him on twitter at @danlondon.


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