Using content from our Red Hat® System Administration II (RH134) course, this Taste of Red Hat Training preview will show you how to manage SELinux modes on your system.
Using content from our Red Hat® JBoss® Application Administration II (JB348) course, this video shows you how to use the domain controller in Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP) 6 to support rolling upgrades in your cluster, which will result in zero downtime for your users.
Learn more about the performance and reliability improvements you can get from an in-memory distributed database like Red Hat JBoss Data Grid. See the infographic.
Combining Radware’s Virtual DefensePro attack mitigation platform with the Red Hat® and Intel network functions virtualization (NFV) infrastructure protects entire network infrastructures with real-time, all-inclusive detection and mitigation of known and emerging application and network-based cy
Red Hat® JBoss® BRMS is a powerful open source business rules management system (BRMS) that also includes complex event processing (CEP) technology.
Red Hat® JBoss® BPM Suite combines business process management (BPM), business rules management (BRM), and complex event processing (CEP) technologies into a single, integrated, open source platform.
Red Hat® JBoss® BRMS 6 is an open source platform for business rules management that lets users capture business rules and automate business decisions across physical, virtual, mobile, and cloud environments.
Red Hat® JBoss® BPM Suite 6 is an open source business process and decision management platform. It enables users to capture business policies and procedures, accelerate application development, and automate business operations across physical, virtual, mobile, and cloud environments.
Most companies are spending 80% of their IT budgets to maintain their current infrastructures. Cutting costs—without gaining efficiency—can bring innovation to a halt though.
As enterprises increasingly rely on open cloud environments and next-generation application architectures, conventional and agile IT can be at odds with one another. But what if you could operate more efficiently while becoming more agile? What if you could balance conventional and agile IT?