A tight and uncertain economic climate has prompted organizations to seek out low-cost yet effective ways to meet their needs for application and data integration.
This solution brief reviews the benefits of Red Hat® Enterprise Virtualization 3 on IBM System x. IBM System x is designed to run Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, offering better performance and scalability.
The Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 6 technical notes identify known issues in this latest release and include technology previews.
Virtualization has revolutionized the way government, military, and commercial organizations deploy and manage software.
Datacenters need the ability to integrate systems and share data across the enterprise. An integration bus is the technology used for middleware-based integration. Middleware integration needs vary in complexity, data volume, and required performance.
One of the greatest challenges facing CIOs and IT directors is maintaining the security of their IT environments.
Red Hat has two programs dedicated to supporting higher learning institutions and the academic community. Red Hat provides a low-cost Academic Edition for associates and an Academic Discount program on production installations. Determining when to use these products can sometimes be difficult.
Open source virtualization is the answer to the high initial cost, complexity, and constraints of proprietary virtualization solutions.
This whitepaper provides an analysis of 5 organizations who migrated their enterprise applications from legacy UNIX systems to Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®.
To best manage the life cycle of your Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® systems, you need to keep up with technology advances and take advantage of new releases as they become available.