DO447 - Advanced Automation: Ansible Best Practices

DO447 - Advanced Automation: Ansible Best Practices

DO447 - Advanced Automation: Ansible Best Practices


  • Investigate recommended practices for effective and efficient automation with Ansible. 
  • Perform rolling updates with your Ansible Automation operations. 
  • Use advanced features of Ansible to work with data, including filters and plugins. 
  • Control applications through their REST API with Ansible Playbooks. 
  • Implement Red Hat Ansible Tower to centrally coordinate and scale Red Hat Ansible Automation. 
  • Leverage capabilities of Red Hat Ansible Tower to manage complex automation workflows. 
  • Implement a CI/CD pipeline for your automation with Git and Red Hat Ansible Tower.


1. Develop with recommended practices 
Demonstrate and implement recommended practices for effective and efficient use of Ansible for automation. 

2. Manage inventories 
Use advanced features of Ansible to manage inventories. 

3. Manage task execution 
Control and optimize the execution of tasks by Ansible Playbooks. 

4. Transform data with filters and plugins 
Populate, manipulate, and manage data in variables using filters and plugins. 

5. Coordinate rolling updates 
Minimize downtime and ensure maintainability and simplicity of Ansible Playbooks by using the advanced features of Ansible to manage rolling updates. 

6. Install and access Red Hat Ansible Tower 
Explain what Red Hat Ansible Tower is and demonstrate a basic ability to navigate and use its web user interface. 

7. Manage access with users and teams 
Create user accounts and organize them into teams in Red Hat Ansible Tower, then assign the users and teams permissions to administer and access resources in the Ansible Tower service. 

8. Manage inventories and credentials 
Create inventories of machines to manage, then configure credentials necessary for Red Hat Ansible Tower to log in and run Ansible jobs on those systems. 

9. Manage projects and launching Ansible jobs 
Create projects and job templates in the web UI, using these tools to launch Ansible Playbooks that are stored in Git repositories in order to automate tasks on managed hosts. 

10. Construct advanced job workflows 
Use advanced features of job templates to improve performance, simplify customization of jobs, launch multiple jobs, schedule automatically recurring jobs, and provide notification of job results. 

11. Communicate with APIs using Ansible 
Interact with REST APIs with Ansible Playbooks and control Red Hat Ansible Tower using its REST API. 

12. Manage advanced inventories 
Administer inventories that are loaded from external files or generated dynamically from scripts or the Ansible Tower smart inventory feature.

13. Create a simple CI/CD pipeline with Ansible Tower 
Build and operate a proof-of-concept CI/CD pipeline based on Ansible Automation and integrating Red Hat Ansible Tower. 

14. Maintain Ansible Tower 
Perform routine maintenance and administration of Red Hat Ansible Tower. 

15. Perform a comprehensive review 
Demonstrate skills learned in this course by configuring and operating a new organization in Ansible Tower using a provided specification, Ansible projects, and hosts to be provisioned and managed.


  • DevOps engineers 
  • Linux system administrators, developers 
  • Release engineers 
  • Other IT professionals with basic expertise using Ansible or Red Hat Ansible Engine to automate, provision, configure, and deploy applications and services in a Linux environment


  • Be a Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA®), or demonstrate equivalent Red Hat Enterprise Linux knowledge and experience 
  • Be a Red Hat Certified Specialist in Ansible Automation or Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE®) on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, or demonstrate equivalent Ansible experience


Red Hat Certified Specialist in Advanced Automation: Ansible Best Practices Exam-EX447


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