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Add and manage cloud infrastructure
Digital services and solutions make doing business easy. Use transformative technologies to create new business models, ecosystems, and revenue streams.
Cloud brings computing power, storage, and network systems to users on demand. Your cloud infrastructure must be elastic to support your organization where traditional, on-premise datacenter resources can’t.
Optimize the IT you have
As IT advances, you can't abandon your past investments and adopt new platforms or technologies.
Modernize your existing resources where you can, and reduce the time and money you spend maintaining them.
Integrate apps, data, and processes
Organizations rely on software to deliver innovation. New technologies, frameworks, and approaches—like containers, microservices, and DevOps—need capabilities and speed that a legacy enterprise service bus (ESB) can’t meet.
Quickly integrate new applications and services with business data and legacy apps. This process should be agile and flexible to adapt to new technologies, methodologies, and needs.
Build more modern applications
If you're developing new apps using legacy platforms and processes, they could be outdated before they debut. Often, these systems aren't connected and applications can't share resources across environments. Maintaining a mix of old and new app stacks is inefficient and time-consuming.
Keep your staff growing skills and planning for your future with modern platforms and technologies.
Manage and automate your IT
Organizations must deliver faster and more consistently to meet demand—while also reducing cost and risk. Legacy tools compartmentalize control, rely on proprietary automation languages, and don’t scale.
Cloud-ready, agentless management and automation solutions make it easier to standardize, automate, and administer processes; accelerate service delivery; and ensure compliance with policy-driven IT.
Security & services
Applications & business processes
Automation & management
Middleware & application services
Physical hardware & cloud infrastructure
The moment we have an idea, we can start building the product. This agility is something we have never experienced before.
Red Hat has been a huge partner in helping us innovate and try technologies that are new to the industry. … We’re really excited about what the future brings.
As opposed to providing a solution in 18 months, we can start giving value back to the business within weeks or months.
App Dev resources
I think there’s an intrinsic attitude among tech people to make things better, to see actual results. Particularly with automation, when you show a colleague how they can stand up a test environment in just a few steps, you don’t need metrics—you can see on their face how happy they are with what the technology can do.
Automation & management resources
Red Hat and Ansible® have met or exceeded all of the measurable outcomes we set for this project. Our adoption of these solutions is increasing throughout our organization.
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Open technology built for change
It’s impossible to plan for everything. But with technologies founded on the enterprise Linux®, you can be prepared for anything.
Build the foundation to run your workloads wherever you want.
Adopt tools and techniques to create better applications.
Automate rote work and free your teams to focus on customers.
Modernize legacy systems or migrate to more current ones.
Unify data from diverse sources and use it to serve customers.
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