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.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is starting to be broadly adopted across industries, fueled by decreasing costs in computing, ubiquitous connectivity, and the rise of cloud computing.
The intelligent gateway for Internet of Things (IoT) systems is based on the principle of pushing as much computing to the edge as possible, removing the need to ship massive data to the cloud, or datacenter for real-time processing as required by industrial applications.
In today’s world of disruptive technologies, mobility is changing the way business is conducted. A mobile strategy properly defined and implemented can increase revenue and profitability, improve efficiency, and increase customer satisfaction.
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.
Container images will soon underpin all of our mission critical applications. Therefore, we must ensure that we are using the highest quality containers images at every stage of the development cycle on through to production.
How do you get your IoT data to the right place at the right time to automate processes and inform decision? You rely on an intelligent gateway. Watch why.
With the many demands and rapid pace of change, proper automation is a necessity in large IT environments. By implementing Red Hat® CloudForms for virtual machine provisioning, General Mills provisioned 395 virtual machines in their lab, saving roughly 200 hours of work in 2015.