Red Hat is the second-largest contributor to the upstream Kubernetes community and is the originator of many of its key features, components, and related container technologies. We contributed to the community prior to the formal launch and have supported leading organizations to run Kubernetes in production. Today, we are working with the cloud-native community to push the boundaries of what containers and Kubernetes can do, from serverless computing to machine learning.
By tapping into the collective talent and innovation of open source communities, we believe we can create better software, together. This collaboration helps fuel much of the technology we use today, from open source platforms like Linux and Kubernetes to open source browsers like Firefox and Chromium.
Payment modernization with Red Hat
Red Hat gives you capabilities (Figure 2) to streamline your payment infrastructure and adapt to what you cannot predict. A cloud-agnostic platform and growing ecosystem of core payment vendors maximize the options for reducing the running cost of your payment infrastructure.
Becoming more efficient
Microservices supported by container technology have made it possible for payment organizations to better adapt to changes by breaking large systems into smaller components. This makes it easier to test and deploy changes while improving overall system availability and performance.
To realize these benefits, organizations need an updated set of tools. For example: