In this video, Red Hat solution owner, Miguel Perez Colino, will cover an overview of the Red Hat CloudForms management platform and demonstrate its role in infrastructure migration.
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Containers provide a fantastic means of delivering applications, but they still need an infrastructure to support them. When looking at an on-premise solution, bare metal, virtualization, and private cloud are all viable choices.
A lot of monolith-to-microservices guidance glosses over the hard parts of strangling a monolith. The guidance we get about the single responsibility principle, smart endpoints and dumb pipes, etc., is quite useless. We're left to discover the nasty parts ourselves.
To simplify its data infrastructure and deliver better customer experiences, IAG streamlined its technology and became a more data-driven company.
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Direccion Nacional de Migraciones de la Republica Argentina (Argentina’s National Migration Department) built a data platform with Red Hat to predict potential threats.
Automating your Red Hat Virtualization environment with Red Hat CloudForms and Red Hat Ansible Engine
In the modern datacenter, virtualization must be able to integrate easily with other key pieces of the infrastructure in order to optimize and streamline operations.
Virtualization use cases have evolved from consolidation and IT optimization to include hybrid cloud and infrastructure enablement.
Since its introduction last summer, Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure (RHHI) has been enthusiastically received by the market and by the customers who've adopted it into their operations.
Modern enterprises are adopting the hybrid cloud to improve business flexibility and application portability. But how do you build an scalable infrastructure platform to deploy and manage cloud native applications? How do you do it cost-effectively using open, industry standard components?