Sneak Peek: Red Hat customers talk OpenShift

In this Red Hat video, customers such as financial services company FICO share why OpenShift Enterprise is helping them succeed. Take a look at the video.

 

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Fueling innovation with open source technologies in the oil and gas industry

When Australian oil and gas producer Santos needed to get data more quickly into the hands and minds of its users, it turned to open source. By replacing a proprietary IT infrastructure that was distributed among data servers, application servers, and application workstations across several sites with an open source solution, Santos was able to cut IT costs and create new opportunities for faster data processing and simulation capabilities. In short, the open source move set up Santos for cost-effective, high-performing IT that can stimulate innovation. You can read about it in this case study.

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It’s raining open source innovation.

Perhaps you all know that song from the seventies written by popular British composer and artist Albert Hammond: It Never Rains in Southern California. Those of us lucky enough to live in California enjoy some of the best weather on the planet with a recurring exception – we have been in a drought for the last few years with or without El Nino. But when we occasionally do get some rain… oh, but it pours!

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M2M and wearable technology expected to push IoT services to $231 billion market in 2020.

A new report by 4G-reports projects big growth opportunities in the machine-to-machine (M2M) and wearable technology market, which the authors say will help IoT service providers garner an estimated $231 billion in IoT service revenue by the end of 2020. This growth is expected to open new opportunities in areas such as smart meters and patient monitors, and may expand the smart devices market overall, particularly within the framework of the Internet of Things (IoT) vision.

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Sneak Peek: Czech Savings Bank lowers IT costs with Red Hat technologies

Established in 1825, Czech Savings Bank (Česká spořitelna) is a banking institution in the Czech Republic, serving more than 5 million customers. When it came time to consolidate and modernize its server system, the company chose an open source, Linux solution for its flexibility, high return on investment and quick installation. Watch Czech Savings Bank’s story in this video.

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Presentation: Meeting new business model challenges in the financial services industry

Changing business models, Bank 3.0, and increased regulation are disrupting and transforming the financial services industry. At the Red Hat Summit 2015 this past summer, a group of panelists discussed how to respond to this changing landscape and you can now view their presentation online.

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Sneak Peek: ING Services Polska delivers optimal, secure IT to ING Group using Red Hat technologies

ING Services Polska, the IT arm of ING Group, a global financial institution, switched to an open source Linux infrastructure because its customers—ING business units all around the world—were asking for high-performing, highly secure IT services that were more cost-effective. After reviewing a variety of solutions and technologies, ING Services Polska chose Red Hat. Learn more in this video.

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Enterprise SDN market is on track to hit $10 billion by 2019.

Software-defined networking (SDN) abstracts low-level network functions into a software application so network administrators can more easily manage dynamic networks. The SDN market is still early days, but a new report estimates that by 2019, enterprises will spend about $10 billion on the technology.

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Call for proposals for Red Hat Summit is now open!

Red Hat Summit brings together thousands of customers, partners and open source industry leaders from around the world for a week of innovation, education and collaboration. Now is your chance to share your ideas and insights through a presentation! From now until January 11, you can submit a proposal for a session or sessions you’d like to present at the 2016 Red Hat Summit.

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Blog Roll: Red Hat JBoss Middleware Blog talks healthcare integration challenges and ways to overcome them

The healthcare industry has for years turned to IT to help improve patient care and become more efficient. Back in 2004, IT became the cornerstone of interoperability efforts set in motion when President Bush issued an executive order calling for widespread use of electronic medical records (EMR). IT continues to play a significant role in those efforts but integration challenges remain. Read more about the challenges and how healthcare companies are applying both old and new solutions to overcome them in this post from the Red Hat JBoss Middleware Blog.

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