Ansible London Thu 13th June meetup

Ansible London
Ansible London
Public group


33 Holborn EC1N 2HT · London

How to find us

Sainsbury's staff will show you to the auditorium

Location image of event venue



We've got talks, drinks and pizza, so come along and mingle with fellow Ansiblers :-)

Thank you to for providing the pizza and drinks.
NetApp are committed to optimizing your development lifecycle and improving the developer experience by enabling IT throughout six core capabilities: containers, configuration management, code and artifact management, continuous integration/continuous development, cloud / Platform as a Service (PaaS), and analytics.

Sainsbury's continue to provide us with our excellent meeting space and are hiring Ansible Cloud Engineers, see

Please arrive anytime between 6.00pm and 6.30pm when we will start with the first session.

1) Infrastructure as Code with Ansible + NetApp
By Tom Harris
NetApp is proud to be one of only six Red Hat Certified Supported Module Vendors, this session shows how Ansible modules enable our customers to automate and standardize deployments across clouds.

2) Our learnings since we started using Ansible @ FT
By Nayana Shetty
We started using ansible actively in my team toward the end of 2017 beginning of 2018. We are now answering questions on what is our standards around creating new ansible modules and playbooks, how do we test in a sensible and sustainable way. It would be interesting to share our story and what we would do differently if we started over this again.

3) Self-healing applications with Ansible
By Jürgen Etzlstorfer
In this session we will explore how to leverage Ansible as automation platform to automate remediation tasks. Upon of this, we will learn what is needed to build your own remediation workflow including monitoring, automation and orchestration tools to setup and control your remediation actions.

4) How does Ansible's agentless architecture work?
by Jiri Tyr
This talk will discuss how Ansible packs and propagates its code to the remote machine and how it runs it there.

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