Testing with a small OpenShift POC environment is an easy way to experiment with container DevOps and the deployment process.
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:
Running modern cloud-based applications requires a level of agility that is not found in traditional on-premise datacenters.
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.
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.
Creating a next-generation data and analytics platform involves dealing with increasing amount of data, most of it being live-in-the-moment, generated at a very high speed by a variety of sources - structured, semi-structured, and unstructured.
A common saying is, "If it ain’t broke, don't fix it." But what if it is broken and you just don't know it? Waiting for something to break means late nights, lunches at your desk, or waiting for a maintenance window to fix issues.
OpenShift is one of the most adopted Kubernetes-based container platforms.
Traditional disaster recovery means maintaining underutilized datacenters, infrastructure, and software. During outages, your organization endures downtime while backup datacenters and applications come back online.
Women are becoming a driving force in the open source community as the industry becomes more diverse and inclusive. However, a recent study found that only 3% of contributors in open source were women.