AnsibleFest, PowerShell, monitoring, and more Ansible news

Ansible around the web: Edition four.
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"What happened to the September Ansible news roundup?" we hear you asking. That is a fine question! In short, vacations and AnsibleFest. Bonus for you though, dear reader, is more fantastic content. Read on…

If you spot an interesting Ansible story on your travels, please send us the link via Mark on Twitter, and the Ansible Community team will curate the best submissions.


Windows, networks, monitoring. What's the common theme? They're all simpler to manage and glue together with Ansible!

Using Ansible like PowerShell

A self-confessed "Ansible Noob" shares his tales of beginning the network automation journey

Automate your monitoring with Nagios and Ansible

"The easiest way to learn Ansible automation is to dive in and give it a try"–so Jörg Kastning starts with DNS configuration


AnsibleFest in Atlanta had so many great talks this year.

Red Hat's head of community Greg DeKoenigsberg and Ansible community architect Robyn Bergeron sat down with The Cube at AnsibleFest to discuss the Ansible community.


Some of the meetups that took place recently:

Pune, India, had popular meetups in September and October. The group's regular cadence for meetups is really encouraging.

Europe had interesting meetups in Copenhagen and Utrecht. Topics included GitOps and Molecule.

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Oh, but it is, thank you!

Found something interesting you'd like us to share next month? Drop me a message on Twitter with the link, please!

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