The United Kingdom's government departments need to quickly share information with each other, but many still rely on phone calls, printouts, and faxes to transfer sensitive data.
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.
Applications, and the infrastructure that they run on, are rapidly changing as new computing models are introduced. New models, like virtualization, cloud, containers, DevOps, and mode 1/mode 2 applications, each introduce new capabilities and new complexities into organizations.
With Red Hat's acquisition of Ansible, many customers are asking what it means for Red Hat® Satellite. In this session, we'll cover the ways in which Red Hat Satellite and Ansible Tower compliment one another.
With the advent of a true in-memory database SAP HANA, disruptive transformations are taking place in enterprise application space. In this session, you'll gain a comprehensive overview of SAP HANA and its features.
Compliance hasn't been something that can be easily automated, since most of the regulations are wordy documents that require an administrator to inspect the system. Lack of automation means that compliance becomes a hurdle to a secure system, rather than a validation.
Identity management and authentication are core elements of the security fabric that connects all layers of the modern enterprise.
With the many demands and rapid pace of change, proper automation is a necessity in large IT environments. By implementing Red Hat® CloudForms for virtual machine provisioning, General Mills provisioned 395 virtual machines in their lab, saving roughly 200 hours of work in 2015.
Get current with the latest in Red Hat's systems management platform. Red Hat® Satellite 6 is the best-in-class management platform for Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®-based systems, no matter what footprint: physical, virtual, or cloud.
Red Hat® Satellite was introduced in 2002 as a means to patch and provision systems and to build standard operating environments. While this is still a primary focus, the requirements for systems management are evolving and growing increasingly complex.