DevOps proves to be a game-changer for enterprise IT departments wanting flexibility and speed in supporting their product development teams.
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.
In this presentation, Daniel Walsh, Jerone Young, and Lukas Vrabec of Red Hat provide an in-depth discussion on implementing Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) in enforcing mode in enterprise production environments.
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.
As technologies change and customer requirements shift, many businesses struggle to support an influx of new applications and services.
Direccion Nacional de Migraciones de la Republica Argentina (Argentina’s National Migration Department) built a data platform with Red Hat to predict potential threats.
Watch Brian Roche and James Haefele of Cognizant discuss how they leverage Agile Product engineering teams and automated application assessment tools to determine cloud native suitability to accelerate the deconstruction of Java and .Net applications toward Red Hat OpenShift.
BBVA updated its IT systems with Red Hat to support digital transactions, ultimately delivering faster, better financial services for customers.
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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.
AppAgile from Deutsche Telekom: Managed cloud services on OpenShift: Accelerate PaaS adoption for enterprises
It is easy to deploy OpenShift once – but it’s hard to set it up production ready for enterprises, deal with new versions, security, changes etc. within an enterprise environment.