Red Hat Announces Ansible Lightspeed with IBM watsonx Code Assistant

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The service aims to facilitate and accelerate IT automation.

Red Hat has released Ansible Lightspeed with IBM watsonx Code Assistant – a generative AI service for Ansible operators and developers, aimed at helping organizations accelerate IT automation.

Ansible Lightspeed “accepts prompts entered by a user and then interacts with IBM watsonx foundation models to produce code recommendations built on Ansible best practices,” Red Hat says.

The service also helps keep code bases updated. It “scans existing content and automatically provides update recommendations that are ready to review, test, and apply, making it easier to maintain quality and consistency across the development life cycle,” Red Hat says.
 
 
 

 
 
 

11/08/2023

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