Traditional disaster recovery means maintaining underutilized datacenters, infrastructure, and software. During outages, your organization endures downtime while backup datacenters and applications come back online.
Analytics, machine learning, and AI represent a fundamental transformation that will, over the coming decade, affect every aspect of society, business, and industry.
Airbus Civil Aircraft division, with 55,000 employees and €46 billion in revenue, faces many challenges: large and multitechnology environments including 27,000 servers, 430 OS releases, 2,500 databases, and 2,500 business-critical applications with frequent updates.
Most corporations have to modernize so they can reduce cost, manage their growth, and keep competitive in the market. Nevertheless, they still have to make sure their legacy systems and current infrastructure are operating while they make changes and innovate.
Network security is a primary concern for many enterprises trying to adopt a container platform in production. Talking to the security and compliance teams across different kinds of businesses, we often hear questions such as:
A Red Hat subscription gives you access to enterprise-ready open source innovations to help you along your digital transformation; but your management might be asking, "Why are we paying for open source?"
OpenShift is one of the most adopted Kubernetes-based container platforms.
Organisations are increasingly automating the deployment of assets on multi-clouds using APIs. Ansible provides an engine to make such automated configuration changes.
Google will discuss best practices for ensuring enterprise consistency between fast moving Ansible community and the always evolving services on GCP.
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