Matt Yanchyshyn, director and lead architect at Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Chris Morgan, technical director, OpenShift ecosystem at Red Hat, talk about the announcement of the Red Hat and AWS alliance and conduct a live demonstration of the new Red Hat OpenShift services interface with native
Hear from Todd Mancini, lead product manager, Developer Tools, Red Hat, Pete Muir, technical director, Red Hat Developer Tools, and James Stachan, sr. consulting engineer, Red Hat, in this breakout session from Red Hat Summit 2017.
Pete Muir, technical director, Red Hat Developer Tools, and Gorkem Ercan, principal software engineer, Red Hat, present this breakout session on cloud workspaces in OpenShift.io at Red Hat Summit 2017.
Todd Mancini, lead product manager, Developer Tools, Red Hat, and SriKrishna Paparaju, sr. principal software engineer, Red Hat, talk about OpenShift.io analytics in this breakout session at Red Hat Summit 2017.
James Strachan, sr. consulting software engineer, Red Hat, and James Rawlings, principal software engineer, Red Hat, discuss and demo continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) in OpenShift.io in this breakout session at Red Hat Summit 2017.
Jim Zimmerman, Microsoft, and Steve Pousty, Red Hat, do a live demo of Red Hat OpenShift on Azure with fully integrated support. They demonstrate the freedom and choice that Microsoft and Red Hat offer together, which allows customers to develop and deploy when and where they want to.
Orhan Bıyıklıoğlu, 2017 Red Hat Certified Professional of the Year accepting his award on stage at Red Hat Summit from Jim Whitehurst, Red Hat CEO.
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Network device automation is a rapidly growing field, with Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and Netflix all having recently stepped into the field.
Due to recent developments at TIBCO, a multitude of their existing customers are looking to minimize operational risk by diversifying their middleware strategy. However, rewriting Tibco BusinessWorks applications in a trusted project like Apache Camel is often a daunting and complex undertaking.