Jim Zimmerman, Microsoft, and Steve Pousty, Red Hat, do a live demo of Red Hat OpenShift on Azure with fully integrated support. They demonstrate the freedom and choice that Microsoft and Red Hat offer together, which allows customers to develop and deploy when and where they want to.
Matt Yanchyshyn, director and lead architect at Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Chris Morgan, technical director, OpenShift ecosystem at Red Hat, talk about the announcement of the Red Hat and AWS alliance and conduct a live demonstration of the new Red Hat OpenShift services interface with native
Orhan Bıyıklıoğlu, 2017 Red Hat Certified Professional of the Year accepting his award on stage at Red Hat Summit from Jim Whitehurst, Red Hat CEO.
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.
In today’s market, businesses are increasingly challenged to merge legacy tooling, systems, process, and skills with the hallmarks of a seemingly elusive DevOps culture — and BPM is no exception.
Network functions virtualization (NFV) has revolutionized the way communications providers operate and deliver services.
In order for businesses to stay agile, developers must be able to deploy applications quickly, efficiently, and in a streamlined manner. Creating automated CI/CD pipelines is a widely accepted process to accelerate the release process, and is critical to success in adopting OpenShift.
Event Storming is a workshop format for quickly exploring complex business domains. With this method, practitioners can yield a comprehensive model, aligned with Domain-Driven Design, in an accelerated timeline while also bringing together people, process, and technology.
With a workforce that is always on the go, mobile solutions help keep track of maintenance needs, improve service delivery, and optimize operational efficiency.
Network device automation is a rapidly growing field, with Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and Netflix all having recently stepped into the field.