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Your latest app innovation doesn't matter if it isn't up and running

Whether you like it or not, business transformation is happening. The competitive landscape is changing at a rapid pace and organizations like yours are under tremendous pressure to keep up.

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Your infrastructure and applications groups need to collaborate, but they have different goals and don't think of themselves as part of the same team. It's time to unite IT.

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Red Hat Open Innovation Labs can help your team understand the open source approach to development, agile workflows, and how these combine with open source tools to define a DevOps strategy.

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  • 1 "Gartner Highlights Five Key Steps to Delivering an Agile I&O Culture." 20 Apr. 2015,