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How to Automate Application Stack Deployments

Many organizations are facing a difficult challenge to automate their systems. They worry it will require ample resources to write custom code they think is required.

Fortunately, there is another option. Organizations can use Red Hat® Ansible® Automation to write simple task descriptions that even new team members can understand the first time. Using Ansible Automation saves upfront costs and makes it easier to react to change over time.

In this webinar, we will discuss how to:
> Look at an app and its dependencies to construct a common framework for deployment.
> Deploy multitier applications reliably and consistently, all from a singular common framework.
> Configure services and push application artifacts from a common system.
Recorded Feb 19 2019 60 mins
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