IT automation is more than just running scripts. Learn how to prepare for digital transformation with an enterprise-wide IT automation strategy.
In this issue
- From the editor: This year, resolve to create a culture of automation
- The automated enterprise
- How organizations are navigating IT automation
- Grab, a transportation company, scales to spectacular growth with IT automation
- More to explore
- New Red Hat offerings and releases
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From the editor: This year, resolve to create a culture of automation
IT automation is the use of tooling to perform repeated IT processes, replacing manual tasks. Without it, managing complex or large environments is costly and nearly impossible.
Automating IT processes is a good start. But real value comes from creating a culture of automation. Start by automating common tasks and work your way to automating entire environments.
This month, learn how to prepare for digital transformation with an enterprise-wide IT automation strategy, see how IT automation is benefiting 1 company, and find useful resources to help you get started.
Start with the basics
The automated enterprise
As you try to optimize resources, speed development, and adapt faster to market changes, your IT operations team bears the extra burden. Read this e-book to find out how automation can help.*
Build an automation foundation
How organizations are navigating IT automation
We asked our customers how their organizations are changing to meet digital technology advancements.
Source: Red Hat's totally unscientific Twitter polls. December 2017.
Grab, a transportation company, scales to spectacular growth with IT automation
Grab―Southeast Asia’s top ride-hailing platform―automated its entirely cloud-based IT to simplify its IT management and grow its business, increasing application uptime from 87% to 99.99%.*
See how they did it
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