Jonathan Donaldson, technical director, Office of the CTO, Google Cloud, discusses how a commitment to open source and a shared vision for containers aligns the Google, Red Hat partnership.
Mise en place d’une plateforme Cloud avec OpenStack: Magali Demartini, Responsable Pôle OpenStack, Pro BTP interviewée par Hervé Lemaitre, Business Strategist, Red Hat France.
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Across every industry and around the world, enterprises are getting speed, stability, and innovation by launching Red Hat containers.
Werner Gold, Emerging Solutions Evangelist, Telecommunications Sector, Red Hat speaks to TelecomTV about whether linear TV is ready for virtualization. According to Gold, while IP-based TV services are playing out, the media and telco industries are melting together.
Telcos have spent several years developing NFV and virtualizing network appliances to run in environments such as OpenStack. But while they were working away on that, says Chris Wright VP and CTO, Red Hat, containers evolved to become a critical part of the ecosystem.
The combination of OpenStack’s ability to orchestrate and manage infrastructure elements, combined with Kubernetes’ container management technology could deliver a seamless application environment for telco NFV deployments, says Red Hat chief architect for telco solutions, Azhar Sayeed.
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.
Once the team at Boston’s Children’s Hospital got their idea off the ground, they realized they’d need greater computing power. Enter the Massachusetts Open Cloud.
ChRIS needs plug-ins so users can access this data with the push of a button. Watch how the open source community is building hundreds of plug-ins and learn how you can get involved.
Máirín “Mo” Duffy is a principal interaction designer at Red Hat. She’s always been passionate about UX because of its potential to help people—but it was a sudden life event that inspired her to work on ChRIS.