Infrastructure managers are constantly asked to push the envelope in how they deliver cloud environments. In addition to speed, scale, and flexibility, they are increasingly focused on both security and operational management and visibility as adoption increases within their organizations.
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.
Enterprise mobile apps are all about empowering employees, especially workers in the field that are mobile by nature.
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.
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.
In recent years, there has been an explosion in the number and types of remote devices generating and transmitting information. These devices–the Internet of Things (IoT)–will allow companies to monitor, react to, and control remote devices and processing in near real-time.
Container images will soon underpin all of our mission critical applications. Therefore, we must ensure that we are using the highest quality containers images at every stage of the development cycle on through to production.
Red Hat® OpenShift brings the benefits of Platform-as-a-Service to your datacenter and hybrid cloud.
Virtualization is one of the most sought-after technologies in the industry, with massive adoption growth over the past few years. While its wide-spread adoption has made it a critical system component, it has also led to increased complexity and risks.
SELinux is one of the key security features within Linux. It is a foundational part of many modern technologies like containers. With a history of more than 15 years, SELinux is well known among system administrators—yet too often not activated on outside facing, production systems.