As technologies change and customer requirements shift, many businesses struggle to support an influx of new applications and services.
Join William Nix and Rich Jerrido of Red Hat, and Sean Halford of Dell Technologies to understand how the solutions together are enabling customers to consistently automate system maintenance, patches, and updates, as well as mitigate evolving risks to growing Red Hat infrastructure.
To power the largest retailer in the world, Walmart’s IT operation must manage systems at unprecedented scale. Walmart’s IT leaders will share how they use various automation tools, including Red Hat Satellite, to give them the capacity they need.
As organizations look to operationalize hybrid cloud strategies, it is critical to be able to interconnect clouds together. By using Ansible, organizations can be assured that applications are connected regardless of where the workload is running.
Business units and developers are leveraging cloud to drive business innovation and agility. And, they are seeing amazing results.
Security is a key concern for many customers, and it's applicable to all Red Hat products.
In this session, Mike Bursell of Red Hat describes Red Hat's security strategy—including technologies, architectures, and themes you can expect to hear about over the coming years.
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.
OpenShift has become a strategic platform for running applications in large scale enterprises.
While networking may not seem like a primary focus for Red Hat, nearly every product in the portfolio relies on networking as a key component. Currently, it all starts with Red Hat Enterprise Linux as a high-performance network host.
Automation’s best use cases are repeatable, yet time-intensive, processes with predictable outcomes that IT teams can build and run without constant attention. The next wave in automating the enterprise is dependent on intelligent automation.