Cathay Pacific moved its B2C applications to a Red Hat® OpenShift®environment operating on an AWS public cloud, increasing scalability to better meet customer demands.
DevOps is all about automating delivery and deployment, but where does the testing team fit into the picture?
Kirsten Newcomer, Senior Principal Product Manager at Red Hat, overviews the security basics to keep in mind as you get started with DevOps."
You know DevOps means bringing developers together with operations teams, but what are real benefits of this approach for your IT department?
Whether you call it DevOps or DevSecOps, one thing is certain: security has changed in the age of container-based, continuously delivered applications.
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.
The emergence of containers technology into applications and services environments will require a new approach to security architectures, says Red Hat Chief Security Architect Mike Bursell.
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.
Mike Arterbury discusses the Dell EMC and Red Hat alliance.
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Amazon Web Services (AWS) CEO Andy Jassy describes how the strategic alliance with RedHat delivers innovative, unique offerings so that customers can seamlessly deploy infrastructure solutions and development environments on premises and in the cloud plus our recent announcement of the expansion