The Red Hat Open Innovation Labs push-button infrastructure, powered by OpenShift and Ansible, is an implementation developed to eliminate most of the complexity infrastructure brings, and to allow developers to spend more time doing what they do best - developing software.
Infrastructure-as-code is becoming extremely relevant for operational teams looking for consistent provisioning across environments, always-accurate documentation, granular control, enhanced security, repeatability, and low risk changes to production in hours instead of weeks.
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One action can cause a ripple of reactions. It started with an out-of-the-box pitch for a 1:1 educational laptop program.
Diane Mueller and Joe Fernandes from Red Hat give an introduction to the OpenShift Commons Gathering Boston on May 1, 2017.
A visual re-imagining of an Emily Dickinson poem produced by the participants of Red Hat Co.Lab, shot on Raspberry Pi cameras they built themselves, curated and edited collaboratively by the the group.
Learn more: redhat.com/colab
What happens when 25 middle school girls from Roxbury get together, build and code their own Raspberry Pi cameras, learn about Emily Dickinson, and are asked to collaboratively interpret one of her most famous poems using the cameras they just built?
To help customers adopt cloud technology quickly and easily, Rackspace and Red Hat collaborated to build a hosted, on-premise OpenStack private cloud solution.
Learn more: red.ht/innovationawards
In this Red Hat Consulting whiteboard video, Kevin Franklin and Jose Simonelli introduce the details of Red Hat Enterprise Application Platform (EAP)’s security architecture, the many different security standards EAP supports, and how EAP’s security framework can help secure your mission critical