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Chapter 7. Conclusion

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When you complete all of the previous procedures, you will have:

  • created a synclist for Red Hat Ansible Certified Content content.
  • synchronized that content to your private automation hub.
  • designated community collections from Ansible Galaxy to distribute to your users.
  • configured content signing on private automation hub.
  • signed and approved collections for your organization’s specific needs.
  • configured Ansible-Galaxy CLI to verify collections before signing them.

Users can now view and download collections content from your private automation hub.

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