Mike Arterbury discusses the Dell EMC and Red Hat alliance.
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With the emergence of new technologies such as augmented and virtual reality, autonomous cars, drones and IOT with smart cities, data is increasingly being produced at the user end of the network.
Data Analytics have traditionally been built in vertically integrated infrastructures that scale well for data, but are prone to workload congestion when many data scientists are running analytics.
More than anything, says Ranga Rangachari VP and GM, Storage at Red Hat, CSPs need to to ensure that customers’ applications are portable across a variety of both private and public clouds.
‘If you are not feeling some pain, you are not driving fast enough’, says Red Hat CTO, Global Service Provider, Ian Hood. The race to 5G is definitely on, and the use cases are clear.
The British Army relies on IT to support its personnel deployed around the world. Its Information Application Services (IAS) Branch delivers software applications, hosting, and web services to the British Army.
Lufthansa Technik moved to a hybrid cloud infrastructure based on Red Hat’s enterprise-grade open source technologies running on Azure, Microsoft’s public cloud.
Radiologists spend hours looking through images every day, which means they have less time to interpret findings and treat patients. This was the reason for creating ChRIS.