- Red Hat Ansible Tower 3.5 is now generally available. The release now includes support for RHEL 8, external credential vaults via credential plugins, and Become plugins. In addition, Red Hat noted that the Ansible Tower 3.5 release saw over 160 issues closed.
- Red Hat Ansible Engine 2.8 is now available. In addition to several enhancements, the release includes several new features such as Ansible content (Collections), BECOME being the default privilege escalation path, no longer depending on paramiko, and BECOMEplugins, and other notable improvements and changes.
- TeamCity 2019.1, the first major release of this year, is here. The release features a redesigned UI, native GitLab integration, and support for GitLab and Bitbucket server pull requests as well as token-based authentication, detection and reporting of Go tests, faster build agent upgrades, and AWS Spot Fleet requests.
- Join AWS and Flux7 as they present a one day workshop on how Serverless Technology is impacting business now (and what you need to get started). Serverless technology on AWS is enabling companies by building modern applications with increased agility and lower total cost of ownership. Find additional information and register here.
- Flux7 has been ranked by Growjo as one of the fastest growing companies in the Austin area. Read more about Flux7’s customer and business momentum.
Written by Flux7 Labs
Flux7 is the only Sherpa on the DevOps journey that assesses, designs, and teaches while implementing a holistic solution for its enterprise customers, thus giving its clients the skills needed to manage and expand on the technology moving forward. Not a reseller or an MSP, Flux7 recommendations are 100% focused on customer requirements and creating the most efficient infrastructure possible that automates operations, streamlines and enhances development, and supports specific business goals.
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