With two days of AnsibleFest instead of one this time around, we had 100% more time to talk about Ansible things !
I was recently writing that ARA was open to limited development for the stable release in order to improve the performance for larger scale users.
The OpenStack community runs over 300 000 CI jobs with Ansible every month with the help of the awesome Zuul.
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So I got an idea recently… Let’s rebrand Ansible Run Analysis to ARA records Ansible.
Back in August, I posted about what was the roadmap for ARA 1.0 and why it was a very important milestone for the project.
More and more users requested other ways of reaching the ARA community and I’ve finally given in !
Not long ago, I wrote that ARA: Ansible Run Analysis had it’s first birthday.
ARA is one year old, happy birthday ARA !
I’m excited to announce the release of ARA: Ansible Run Analysis 0.13.0!