Ansible Pricing and License Cost

BoB Woodraska
Systems Engineer with 1,001-5,000 employees
Although Red Hat has an enterprise add-on to manage Ansible through a web application and offers commercial support, I have not used it. Like many Red Hat products, they have a no-cost version of the web application (AWX, formerly Ansible Tower), but you are on your own to install and it is a little more complicated than just installing Ansible. AWX will probably be required in most shops for the RBAC functionality. With AWX, non-admins can be limited to perform some tasks, but not be allowed free reign with Ansible. View full review »
Mohamed Ibrahim
Senior DevOps at RubiconMD
Ansible Tower is free. Until they lower the cost, we are holding off on purchasing the product. View full review »
Sergey Kletsko
Solution Integrator at Kpco
We went with product because we have a subscription for Red Hat. View full review »
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Daniele Morvillo
User at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
The cost is high but it sill works well. View full review »
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