Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform Pricing

NamePriceFeatures
Basic Tower$5,000per year
Up to 100 nodes
  • 30 Days of Support only
  • No response time SLA
  • Maintenance & Upgrades
  • Limited Features
Enterprise Tower$10,000per year
Up to 100 nodes
  • 8x5 Phone & Web Support
  • 24hr response non-critical issues
  • 4hr response critical issues
  • Maintenance & Upgrades
  • Support for Ansible core
Premium Tower$14,000per year
Up to 100 nodes
  • 24x7 Phone & Web Support
  • 8hr response non-critical issues
  • 2hr response critical issues
  • Maintenance & Upgrades
  • Support for Ansible core

Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform pricing & plans

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Pricing information was last updated on October 15, 2015

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Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform Pricing-Related Review

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What do you like best?

The thing that first stands out is that it uses native Linux SSH to communicate, no client to deploy and run on each server - yes, it does require a user but to be honest this is a good thing, it means that anything done with the tool is logged under that user.

I personally love the fact that it uses Python and the configurations (playbooks) are really easy to pick up. This tool has made it really simple to integrate all our servers into it and start doing things like updates and config management.

Looking forward to Ansible 2 :) Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

The price of Ansible Tower has put us off that - especially for what it does. Yes, it's a fantastic product and it does what it is meant to do very well but it is costly.

There is a bug at the moment which means you can't restart a server in a script - for some reason this got broken but it's expected to be fixed in 2.0 - it's a manageable issue.

There isn't much more that I don't like and that's just being honest. We've not found much we can't achieve with this tool. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

I would definitely consider moving to Ansible. I've seen so many people using Puppet that move to Ansible because it's less complex to manage and if you haven't used a Config Management application before then this is definitely the one to choose, in my opinion, because of the fact that it's so simple to deploy and maintain. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We currently use it for Linux updates and configuration management.

We're also starting to manage things like our Active Directory integration so managing what groups can access each group of boxes is simple.

We are now going to start using it for build automation to AWS which is quite exciting. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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