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Sunday, August 11 • 12:00pm - 12:50pm

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Ansible is a (GPL) IT orchestration, deployment, and config management framework that is built on Python, SSH, and YAML.
Fedora's already using it for infrastructure, this talk will focus on Ansible features from a higher level as well as go into upcoming roadmap features in Ansible 1.2 and 1.3.
We'll talk about best practices organization, language features, module development, extension, and lots more.
This talk is from Michael DeHaan -- I created the Ansible project, used to work on Fedora systems management bits for Red Hat for about four years (built Cobbler, helped build Func, some virtualization stuff along the way), and am now CTO at AnsibleWorks.
If you attend this talk, you'll not only learn how to simplify your IT infrastructure, you will also learn how to cowsay enable your DevOps.
For more details on Ansible, see http://ansible.cc/

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Michael DeHaan

NC State University
Previously I created some popular DevOps tools like Cobbler and Ansible. Much of this talk comes from my experience both before and after Ansible, however, so this won’t be a talk about Ansible at all, which I was really tired of talking about. I know people are really tired of hearing about config management frameworks too, so I’m glad to be talking about something else :)

Sunday August 11, 2013 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Auditorium in Stern Building

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