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OpenShift under the hood: How global systems integrators like DXC Technology are using enterprise Kubernetes to build on the promise of PaaS
DXC Managed Container PaaS, powered by Red Hat OpenShift, lets developers build, deploy, and manage containerized applications at scale on a single platform—on bare-metal or virtual networks, as well as across private and public clouds.
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SD Times - ‘API First’ paves the way for agile integration
Red Hat's Integration [solution] has enabled, among other things, organizations to transform their traditional middleware architectures into a more agile framework. Sameer Parulkar, Red Hat's product marketing director for middleware integration, believes organizations that are looking to roll out modern, cloud-native apps should embrace agile integration as a core component of their app architectures.
What does an open source program office do?
Increasingly, organizations are recognizing the need for building centralized open source programs offices (OSPOs) that nurture, guide, and align open source best practices with business strategy.
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Triangle Business Journal - Sneak Peek: Inside Red Hat's new 'open studio'
Red Hat's Chief People Officer DeLisa Alexander describes [the space] as Red Hat's in-house "marketing agency." And the new space – 9,000 square feet directly adjacent to its lobby - is designed for them to collaborate, and publicly.