Microservices break down applications into small, flexible pieces that can be run and managed independently. Learn how microservices are different from service oriented architectures (SOAs) and how they allow faster, easier application deployment.
Mobile applications offer speed to market, but concerns remain over security and data storage. In this video, learn how to integrate backend systems for data access and how mobile application platforms boost security.
Hear from Paul Smith, SVP & GM, North America Public Sector, Red Hat, at the 2016 Government Symposium.
Hear from Tim Yeaton, SVP, Infrastructure Business Group, speak at Red Hat's Government Symposium.
Red Hat's Government Symposium
DHS Digital Transformation
Michael Hermus, CTO, DHS
For two decades, Indian stock exchange, BSE, struggled to meet business needs with proprietary technologies. The exchange could not innovate, and the high cost of upgrades and vendor lock-in made its system economically inefficient.
Rarely does middleware security enter the conversation, but it should.
Migrating 4 million lines of JEE code from an application server running on Windows to Red Hat® JBoss running in Docker on OpenShift? A piece of cake. The Amadeus IT Group operates large JEE applications powering a number of major airline e-commerce sites.