Are you interested in integrating on-premise Red Hat® Enterprise Linux clients and applications with Microsoft Azure Active Directory? Do you have on-premise clients or applications to move to Azure that require active directory for identity management?
In recent years, there has been an explosion in the number and types of remote devices generating and transmitting information. These devices–the Internet of Things (IoT)–will allow companies to monitor, react to, and control remote devices and processing in near real-time.
Rarely does middleware security enter the conversation, but it should.
Virtualization is one of the most sought-after technologies in the industry, with massive adoption growth over the past few years. While its wide-spread adoption has made it a critical system component, it has also led to increased complexity and risks.
Identity management is a complex area. Doing it wrong could lead to constant problems, outages, and a resource drain.
Applications, and the infrastructure that they run on, are rapidly changing as new computing models are introduced. New models, like virtualization, cloud, containers, DevOps, and mode 1/mode 2 applications, each introduce new capabilities and new complexities into organizations.
Security and compliance requirements have only become more intense over the past few years.
Identity management and authentication are core elements of the security fabric that connects all layers of the modern enterprise.
With Red Hat's acquisition of Ansible, many customers are asking what it means for Red Hat® Satellite. In this session, we'll cover the ways in which Red Hat Satellite and Ansible Tower compliment one another.
One of the hardest challenges of mobile development in an enterprise is reusing legacy systems and processes. We used Red Hat Mobile Application Platform and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to build our integration architecture.