In this demo, you will learn about the technologies we use to accelerate modern application development in Open Innovation Labs. And, you will learn how we use a push-button infrastructure to deploy a fully automated environment — in 60 minutes or less — for application development.
In this demo, you will learn how the automated framework we use in Labs, powered by Ansible Tower, leads to container-based continuous integration and continuous delivery.
In this analyst video sponsored by Red Hat, IDC provides insights into the options customers have for attaining the goals of both improving efficiency and modernizing their datacenter while realizing the promise of substantial improvements in developer productivity, operational agility, and less
Linux containers are on course to change DevOps forever. Container technology will also impact how we think about persistent storage for applications and microservices.
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.
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.
Learn about key considerations for designing a secure, highly available Ceph cluster in this Red Hat Consulting whiteboard series video.
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UBM Tech recently conducted a survey, sponsored by Red Hat, that asked IT decision-makers at large enterprises about their current efforts and future plans for bimodal IT.
- Learn why bimodal IT is going to be important for most organizations over the next three to five years.
There are 2 worlds in IT today, and Red Hat can help you face this new reality, and ensure both will thrive.
Find out more here: http://www.redhat.com/infrastructure