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?
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.
New Gartner research predicts that 75% of IT organizations will have a bimodal capability by 2017.
Containers offer significant opportunities to improve the speed and quality of development, testing, and deployment. But current approaches to container management can hinder getting the maximum benefit from them.
MorphLabs, Inc. needed to provide enterprise customers with an open source cloud environment based on a supported, highly
This solutions brief discusses how open source solutions can help enterprise IT leaders respond to the three primary challenges they face today:
To implement a stable and scalable ticketing platform in order to improve existing ticketing system on Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC) portal, Centre for Railway information Systems (CRIS) partnered with Red Hat and HCL Technologies for a scalable solution on
The Centre for Railway Information Systems (CRIS) is an autonomous organization under the Ministry of Railways in India.
Adopt new technology faster. Turn IT from a cost center into a profit center. View this infographic to learn about alternatives to proprietary vendors and why 90% of Fortune 500 companies use Red Hat products and services to innovate ahead of business demands.
Starting in 2002, at first in a slow trickle, and then in waves and sometimes floods, Linux became the pervasive operating system for enterprise computing, with Red Hat Enterprise Linux as the most common way it is deployed and managed.