Cool Update for Red Hat AAP Users: Spotter + AAP = Fewer Headaches

Hey everyone,

Guess what? For those of us knee-deep in Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform (AAP), there’s something new and pretty handy that might just make our lives a bit easier. We’ve got Steampunk Spotter linking arms with AAP now, which is a cool bit of news I thought was worth sharing here.

So, what’s the big deal? Well, integrating Steampunk Spotter with AAP means we can catch and fix our playbook issues without ever leaving the environment where they’re going to run. It’s kind of like having a spellchecker for our playbooks, confirming they’re good to go before we hit the execute button, ensuring we don’t run into those annoying errors during execution.

And for those who love diving into details or need a little guidance on making this integration work, there’s a short video floating around that breaks it all down. It’s pretty straightforward and could save you a bunch of time troubleshooting down the line.

I’m curious what you all think about mixing Spotter into our AAP workflow. Do you think it’s going to smooth out those playbook wrinkles? Or is it just another step in the process?

Would love to hear your experiences or any tips you’ve got for making the most out of this new combo.

Catch you in the threads!