Standardization is critical to maintaining control over IT infrastructure.
Performance deficits and the high costs associated with purchasing and maintaining servers were the catalysts for Munich Airport’s transition from UNIX to Linux® systems.
Dutch non-profit healthcare insurance company ONVZ needed to replace its home-grown infrastructure with a virtualization platform that worked in both Linux® and Microsoft environments, offering more flexibility, great performance, and easy
Filhet-Allard, a large insurance broker in France, was facing issues of agility, integration, and connectivity which made it difficult to deliver new applications to customers.
Red Hat is focused on delivering products and services that enable IT organizations to efficiently manage large deployments of applications, middleware, and infrastructure resources using agile and DevOps methodologies.
Businesses are constantly faced with the challenge of making the right decisions quickly and efficiently. Managing those business decisions is one of the key requirements for developing business processes that allow for the creation of better products and services to help meet demands.