It's a digital world and you're going to have to provide software services, whether to service the internal needs of your business or the demands of your customers.
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.
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.
This whitepaper discusses how application developers can use SELinux to strengthen datacenter security.
OpenStack can help government overcome some of its biggest challenges. Learn about:
The cloud is more than a marketing concept. Cloud computing is an intentional, integrated architecture comprising a suite of tools that help automate your business operations on a service-provider’s infrastructure, your infrastructure, or a hybrid combination of both.
Cloud computing is redundant and resilient; no single server failure can bring down your business. It can support applications-from email to sales automation-your employees rely on to get business done.
Standardization is critical to maintaining control over IT infrastructure.