Automation Analytics provides a visual dashboard, health notifications, and organizational statistics across different teams using Ansible. Analyze, aggregate, and report on data for your Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform deployments, and see how your automation is running in your environment.
Reveal most used Ansible Playbooks, modules, and deployment pass/fail rates from an intuitive dashboard.
Visualize how groups within an organization consume and use automation across an enterprise.
Gain an understanding of what automation success looks like, how much time and money you've saved by automating and convert automation jobs into real-world currency. Read more about the ROI calculator here.
View information about automation health, usage, and performance across your enterprise.
Automation Analytics is hosted within the cloud.redhat.com dashboard, where other Red Hat management solutions live.
Notifications let you know when events are happening across all enterprise Ansible Tower Clusters. Get alerts when a node or cluster is down and determine severity.
Drill down to the individual cluster for information about job performance.
See what modules are being used, when and where. Gain awareness into when a non-stateful command or shell module is being used, and correct automation behaviors early.
See what job templates are being used, on which cluster, and by which groups. Enable groups to adopt other group’s automation and measure success.
Will automation analytics work with AWX?
No, AWX is the upstream open source project for Ansible Tower. Automation Analytics and other cloud.redhat.com services require a valid Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform subscription.
Does Automation Analytics cost extra? Is this an add-on?
No, free and unlimited use of Automation Analytics is included in your Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform subscription. If you have questions about your current subscription, contact your Red Hat trusted advisor.
Do client/target servers need access to cloud.redhat.com, or does just Ansible Tower need access?
Only the Ansible Tower cluster needs to have access to cloud.redhat.com
Learn more about what data Red Hat collects through Automation Analytics
Introduction into Automation Analytics
Explore Automation Analytics docs