Running modern cloud-based applications requires a level of agility that is not found in traditional on-premise datacenters.
As one of the biggest banks in Central Europe, BZ WBK uses hundreds of systems, many of which were developed years ago when virtualization wasn’t a commodity like it is today.
Traditional disaster recovery means maintaining underutilized datacenters, infrastructure, and software. During outages, your organization endures downtime while backup datacenters and applications come back online.
Network security is a primary concern for many enterprises trying to adopt a container platform in production. Talking to the security and compliance teams across different kinds of businesses, we often hear questions such as:
The first generation of microservices was primarily shaped by Netflix OSS and used by numerous Spring Cloud annotations all throughout your business logic. The next generation of microservices will use sidecars and a service mesh.
Elo Cartões S.A, a Brazilian payment card company, has grown rapidly since its foundation. However, the market faces increasing competition from innovative financial technology (fintech) startups.
OpenShift has become a strategic platform for running applications in large scale enterprises.
Watch Brian Roche and James Haefele of Cognizant discuss how they leverage Agile Product engineering teams and automated application assessment tools to determine cloud native suitability to accelerate the deconstruction of Java and .Net applications toward Red Hat OpenShift.
DevOps proves to be a game-changer for enterprise IT departments wanting flexibility and speed in supporting their product development teams.
AppAgile from Deutsche Telekom: Managed cloud services on OpenShift: Accelerate PaaS adoption for enterprises
It is easy to deploy OpenShift once – but it’s hard to set it up production ready for enterprises, deal with new versions, security, changes etc. within an enterprise environment.