NEW COURSE: Developing Advanced Automation with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform (DO374)

sharkoslinux
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Developing Advanced Automation with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform (DO374)

Overview

The latest release from Red Hat Training & Certification, Developing Advanced Automation with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform (DO374), is geared toward site reliability engineers and automation developers eager to leverage the new, container focused tools from Red Hat® Ansible Automation Platform. This course instructs students how to efficiently develop automation code that can be managed by the automation controller. Learn recommended practices for automation development using reusable code, advanced playbook techniques, shared execution environments, and preparing for scalable automation with the automation content navigator.  

 

Training Personas

 

Training Personas

Enterprise

Persona

Alice Adminton

Currently

Alice Adminton is an experienced automation content developer who is familiar with the Ansible Automation Platform. To scale their automation, Alice will need to learn how to automate for larger enterprise environments with the new, containerized architecture.

Job Goal

To scale and distribute automation through the organization using recommended practices, reusable code, and containerized automation execution environments.

Education Goal

Alice Adminton will use Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform to develop automation in a way that scales to large teams and complex enterprises. She seeks skills to effectively manage and optimize playbooks, create execution environments and collections, and  use the automation content navigator for managing the automation lifecycle.


This course builds upon Ansible foundations learned in Red Hat Enterprise Linux Automation with Ansible (RH294) and begins the replacement of the predecessor course Advanced Automation: Red Hat Ansible Best Practices (DO447). The recommended practices from DO447 are coupled with the product’s architectural shift of AAP into a containerized cloud-native enterprise platform.

2 responses
Walid
Flight Engineer Flight Engineer
Flight Engineer

May I suggest:

The best practices and guidelines from this course should be applied in all other courses that use Ansible, and when a bit complicated not simple e.g. jinja, filters, advanced topics, should be covered in important-to-know sections. I see other courses relax a bit on these.

msaha
Mission Specialist
Mission Specialist

@sharkoslinux @joelbirchler Is there any estimation when the exam for this new course will become available for RHCCD to attain RHCA status ? Currently it is only available for RHCE to attain RHCA status. Please refer the exams link for attaining RHCA status below.

https://www.redhat.com/en/services/certification/rhca?pfe-id0x1qar4=exams

About the Author
Experienced open source solutions engineer. Passionate about DevOps, open-source software, automation, Kubernetes and cloud-native. Led and participated in the evaluation, deployment, automation and daily operations of several large-scale Linux clusters(HPC). Customer-focused, particularly skilled at problem-solving. currently driving DevOps culture, infrastructure automation, and cloud-native technologies into the traditional enterprise. Currently a full-time expatriate in Saudi Arabia