Government agencies can use containers to make their legacy applications portable, standardized, and automated.
Red Hat® JBoss® Fuse, a lightweight integration stack, helps government agencies integrate. The solution consists of Apache Camel, the integration glue, Active-MQ, the JavaTM Message Service (JMS) messaging bus, and CxF, the web services stack.
Kubernetes is an open source container management platform that helps manage workloads, schedule resources, and orchestrate technology. Learn more about Kubernetes, Red Hat’s role in the Kubernetes community, and how you can get started.
Mobile applications offer speed to market, but concerns remain over security and data storage. In this video, learn how to integrate backend systems for data access and how mobile application platforms boost security.
Red Hat is helping accelerate service delivery for traditional IT environments. Developers or line of business users request stacks daily to create new services or test functionality. Each of these requests results in lots of work being done by operations and security teams.
Microservices break down applications into small, flexible pieces that can be run and managed independently. Learn how microservices are different from service oriented architectures (SOAs) and how they allow faster, easier application deployment.
In this series of short educational videos, tech experts answer questions from government agencies about application development initiatives.
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Learn how Red Hat packages and secures container technologies. Hear from government technology experts about the Open Container initiative, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, and upstream communities--as well as Red Hat’s role in these groups.
Watch this demonstration to learn how to download the Red Hat CloudForms appliance for Red Hat OpenStack Platform.
Red Hat Government Symposium
Cloud First Faster with the Open Hybrid Cloud
Adrian Gardner, CIO, FEMA
Cameron Chehreh, Federal CTO, Dell EMC
Moderator: Timothy Olson, Manager, Public Sector Emerging Technologies, Open Hybrid Cloud, Red Hat