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5 Ways Ansible Automation Can Help Education Right Now

Education organizations face urgent challenges. Red Hat can help agencies automate IT infrastructure, modernize applications, scale for disaster-related communications, and store and analyze data to meet mission-critical goals. In this webinar, Red Hat Solution Architect Debbie Hall will share five ways higher education automate now through the following:

- Infrastructure
- Applications
- Networking
- Cloud
- Security

Debbie will share examples of ways similar organizations have achieved automating their networks with zero downtime.

The first 20 registrants who attend this webinar will receive a $20 Amazon gift card or a charity donation. If you are unable to accept the gift card and/or would prefer a charity donation, please let us know by emailing jwhite@redhat.com.
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