Recent advancements in Linux including Linux containers are changing the way that companies will develop, consume, and manage applications. As with traditional applications, containerized applications interact with and depend on the operating system.
Performance tuning and scaling fundamentals do not change when you’re working with container-based applications. In this webcast, Red Hat senior principal software engineer Jeremy Eder helps you to gain a better understanding of the impact of containers on performance and scale.
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Everyone is trying to achieve high quality, fast deployment, and easy maintenance for their applications. Learn to get these benefits for your Java apps with DevOps-enabling technologies, containers, cloud platforms, and central management tools.
When it comes to adopting containers, security is the highest adoption barrier according to 53 percent of IT operations and development professionals working with containers today.
What key capabilities does Red Hat Atomic Enterprise Platform provide and what materials are available for you to get started? In this webcast, Red Hat Senior Principal Systems Engineer Scott Collier and Sr. Technology Strategist Subhendu Ghosh will walk you through:
When working with container-based applications, admins and developers need a place to store and share container images, a way to deploy them, as well as a way to monitor and administer them once they’re deployed.
Recruiting and managing technical talent is challenging. Red Hat certifications help organizations identify, develop, and retain professionals who are skilled, proven, and ready. Learn how Red Hat is helping customers find qualified professionals to work on Red Hat technologies.
In this Red Hat Consulting whiteboard series video, learn about the role of appliances in Red Hat CloudForms, as well as an architectural overview of high availability options for enterprise clouds.
Learn how OpenShift Enterprise 3.1 by Red Hat provides powerful networking and gives your applications and services dynamic availability.