IT has shifted from serving internal needs, like efficiency and cost control, to engaging with external customers and creating new business opportunities. That’s why Red Hat believes the traditional business automation model needs to evolve.
Developing applications in a silo can be slow and the focus of IT has shifted from serving internal needs, like efficiency and cost control, to engaging with external customers and creating new business opportunities.
UPS, a global leader in logistics, used Red Hat solutions and a DevOps approach to streamline package tracking and delivery.
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In this whiteboarding session, Anne Dalton and Andrew Becker from Red Hat Consulting discuss how using Ansible Tower workflows can help simplify common tasks. See how multiple teams automating tasks with Ansible can link their content together to save time and create repeatable processes.
Join Khary Mendez and Greg Tinsley from Red Hat Consulting as they walk through a high-availability (HA) architecture for Red Hat JBoss AMQ 7. they will explain how to deploy this infrastructure using Ansible and some of its most widely used modules.
Join Cameron Wyatt and Carolyn Thiel from Red Hat Consulting as they explore the integration between Ansible Tower by Red Hat, Red Hat CloudForms, and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. In this video, they will dive into four use cases of common challenges faced by customers today.
Red Hat Consulting presents, Tiffany Gray and Nick Poyant as they discuss use cases for integrating Ansible Tower and Satellite 6, providing an end-to-end automation solution.
Red Hat Consultants know that determining your cloud strategy can be complex. Important considerations must be made, balancing the needs of developers, and the existing infrastructure implementations.
In this Red Hat Consulting whiteboard video, John Hurlocker and Ian Tewksbury discuss integrating Apache Spark with Red Hat Decision Manager (formerly Red Hat BRMS) by taking a simple fraud use case and talking through how rules would be developed, tested, deployed, and integrated with the KIE (K