How 3 companies freed their IT with open source solutions

Watch recording from September 26, 2019

Your existing IT infrastructure or applications could be keeping you from being more productive, especially if they’re bound to enterprise license agreements. These contractual obligations may be taking money away from other investments, like hybrid cloud interoperability or cloud-native app platforms. But migrating away from what you know piece-by-piece won’t lead to quick results, and a full-scale migration or modernization seems almost impossible to do alone.
Red Hat Modernization and Migration Solutions can help. By combining consulting and training services with products and migration tools, we’ve created a prescriptive process that can identify the unique ways you can migrate to open source software, escape enterprise license agreements, and start modernizing your IT using new, innovative technologies.
We explored how 3 companies used Red Hat Modernization and Migration Solutions to migrate infrastructure or apps to open source software, or used Linux technologies to adopt agile processes. Join this webinar as we break down how:

  1. A Brazilian managed service provider reduced virtual machine costs by more than 85% after terminating an enterprise license agreement and migrating to Red Hat Virtualization.
  2. A North American technology giant improved their app speed, deployment, and flexibility by migrating from proprietary servers to Red Hat Middleware.
  3. One of the world’s largest airlines provided better customer experiences after adopting DevOps, facilitated by Red Hat OpenShift.


Live-event date: Thursday, September 26, 2019 | 11 a.m. ET

On-Demand event: Available for one year afterward.

Gordon Tillmore

Senior principal product marketing manager, Red Hat

Gordon Tillmore leads Product Marketing for Red Hat's Horizontal Solutions team. Throughout his 15 years at Red Hat, he has served as a product marketing manager for many Red Hat products and technologies, and he also led the Account-Based Marketing and Services Marketing teams. A graduate of the University of Virginia and American University, Gordon resides in Raleigh, North Carolina with his wife and son.

Drew Stockdreher

Managing architect, Red Hat

Drew Stockdreher is a managing architect in the Red Hat Consulting service’s container practice, where he is a thought leader and helps Red Hat customers execute OpenShift projects. A career consultant with more than 15 years of experience in middleware, container, and private, public and hybrid cloud technologies, Drew has held many positions focused on delivering quality systems and products to clients. He spends much of his time guiding conversations and helping enterprises rethink what technologies to deploy, and how they can maximize the potential benefits of those technologies. Drew specializes in helping clients use new technologies inspire organizational change that furthers digital transformation goals.