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Optimizing Ansible Playbooks for Ansible Tower

Appropriate for all levels / 30-minute breakout session
Gonéri Le Bouder head shot

Michael Raugh

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Session abstract

Red Hat Ansible Tower is a wonderful thing... until it gets overburdened with too many playbooks trying to execute at once. But it doesn't have to be that way. Hear about simple things you can do to optimize the performance of your playbooks within Ansible Tower and from the command line. From Ansible configuration itself to trips and tricks within playbooks, see how to make every line count.

Session speaker

Gonéri Le Bouder head shot

Michael Raugh


Runs the Red Hat, VMware, and Storage infrastructure for the NESDIS Admin LAN.

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