Join Adam Clater, Chief Architect, Red Hat, Scott Van Velsor, Architect Accenture Federal Services, John Coble, SAIC Fellow & Solution Architect, SAIC, and Peter Levin, CEO and Former Sr.
Infrastructure-as-code is becoming extremely relevant for operational teams looking for consistent provisioning across environments, always-accurate documentation, granular control, enhanced security, repeatability, and low risk changes to production in hours instead of weeks.
The long-term business value of introducing cloud infrastructure to the enterprise remains clear and uncontested. Standardizing and automating a cloud infrastructure leads to a reduction in TCO and yields a high-performing, cost-effective, and stable platform that accelerates innovation.
Network functions virtualization (NFV) has revolutionized the way communications providers operate and deliver services.
To become agile and deliver cloud-native applications, your teams and your processes need to evolve and work together in a new way. Learn how you can modernize your IT to deliver more value and innovation to your business—faster.
Optimize IT with policy-driven automation to increase efficiency by standardizing operating systems so they’re easier to manage. Learn how your IT organization can automatically balance workloads, simplify management of workloads—both on-premise and in the public cloud.
Prepare for modern, cloud-native applications and operations with a scaled-out infrastructure. Gain agility to better meet customer needs now and in the future.
In this Red Hat Consulting Whiteboard video, Rob Washburn and Jose Simonelli first define three of the most important pillars of Cloud Computing - Virtualization, Configuration Management, and Self-Service Provisioning .
The value of a private/hybrid cloud is that it can be tailored to an agency’s users. Many developers forget this as they become enamored with the different technology options at their disposal.