Thank you for your interest in Ansible Tower, the open source IT orchestration engine. Whether sharing operations tasks with your team or integrating with Ansible through the Tower REST API, Tower provides powerful tools to make your automation life easier.
The Ansible Tower Quick Setup Guide covers basic steps for using Ansible Tower and running your first playbook. This document has been updated to include information for the latest release of Ansible Tower 2.3.0.
Ansible Tower Version 2.3.0; September 21, 2015; http://support.ansible.com/
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