Red Hat Touts New Automation, AI, and Security Tools

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Red Hat today introduced a flurry of new software and cloud services designed to make it easier for enterprises to deploy, manage, and secure their hybrid, multicloud workloads.

At the Red Hat Summit in Boston, Red Hat announced the forthcoming availability of Event-Driven Ansible, which simplifies IT management by automating IT tasks and proactively identifying and remediating problems before they cause service disruptions.

Red Hat also announced Ansible Lightspeed with IBM Watson Code Assistant, a new generative AI service available later this year that will enable IT administrators to use Red Hat’s Ansible automation software more easily by writing text using natural language to help automate IT management tasks, said Ashesh Badani, Red Hat’s senior vice president and chief product officer.

The IBM subsidiary also unveiled new cloud security services, including two designed to eliminate software supply chain vulnerabilities, and new management capabilities to simplify management of Red Hat Enterprise Linux across a hybrid cloud.

Today’s Red Hat Summit announcements are the latest innovations in Red Hat’s software portfolio for deploying and managing applications across a hybrid cloud, from internal data centers and edge environments to public clouds.

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