Accelebrate's on-site Ansible training courses are taught at locations throughout the Austin area and other Texas venues.
Ansible is a powerful open-source engine for automating configuration management, software provisioning, and deploying applications. Accelebrate's Ansible training courses teach attendees how to implement Ansible. Attendees build playbooks, construct modules, configure roles, and more. In addition, attendees learn how to use Ansible Tower, which provides a highly usable web console for managing automation tasks.
All Ansible classes are hands-on, instructor-led, and may be customized to meet your team's needs and goals.
In Austin and elsewhere in Texas, we have trained for:
Here is feedback from past students in Texas:
I feel we learned things about Visual Studio.Net that we most likely would have never considered to use because we were not familiar with it.- Fabian K. - Texas Department of Transportation, Austin, TX
I was nervous about learning C# and wasn't sure I had the background required for the training. The instructor put me at ease and answered the dozens of questions I had. I felt very at ease during every part of the training.- Gus C. - McCombs School of Business, Austin, TX
This was the most comprehensive IT-related training class I've taken in the past 5 years.- Anthony H. - US Veterans Affairs, NDS, Austin, TX
This class was great! We had an instructor for the beginners and a consultant for the experienced.- Kyle - ESP Solutions Group, Austin, TX
I went into this class knowing next to nothing about web development, and now I feel like I have a solid enough foundation to do anything I might need to do.- Alex I. - 21CT, Austin, TX
If you missed our free, live Ansible Webinars you can still view the recordings here:
Our live, instructor-led lectures are far more effective than pre-recorded classes
If your team is not 100% satisfied with your training, we do what's necessary to make it right
Whether you are at home or in the office, we make learning interactive and engaging
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