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Cloud-native application development is key to delivering your enterprise apps faster. Learn about cloud-native basics, and get advice and insights on how to succeed with cloud-native apps.
The Red Hat® Shares newsletter helps IT leaders navigate the complicated world of IT―the open source way.
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Get your applications to customers faster
To digitally transform your company and compete successfully in modern, fast-changing markets, you need to build expertise in cloud-native application development.
This approach to building and running apps takes full advantage of the cloud model. It helps you develop and deliver apps faster (a top priority for IT professionals we surveyed*), adapt to markets faster, and innovate faster.
So how do you create cloud-native success? For starters, rethink your strategies, including people, processes, and tools. This issue of Red Hat Shares offers helpful advice, insights, a free training course, and more.
*Source: Red Hat IT challenge survey, 2017.
The path to cloud-native applications
In this e-book, learn 8 steps to guide your journey to cloud-native application development.
Executive guide to selecting a cloud-native development platform
What you need to know about cloud-native application development, microservices, and app modernization approaches.
Free cloud-native training course
What IT pros are saying about cloud-native application development
1. Source: Red Hat IT challenge survey, 2017.
2. Source: Red Hat Twitter polls, 2018.
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