In this video, Cian Clarke, Red Hat Mobile software engineer explains the step-by-step process in building a mobile app to scan bar codes. Cian then proceeds to demonstrate the building of the client-side application from the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform.
Brent Compton, Director of Storage Solutions Architectures at Red Hat discusses Ceph Storage solutions during Red Hat Storage Day New York, January 19, 2016.
Recent advancements in Linux including Linux containers are changing the way that companies will develop, consume, and manage applications. As with traditional applications, containerized applications interact with and depend on the operating system.
Part 2 of "Building a Mobile App" is introduced by software guru Cian Clarke, where he demonstrates the development of the cloud app for the barcode application example. Using the Red Hat Mobile App Platform this tutorial builds the cloud side of the sample app.
Performance tuning and scaling fundamentals do not change when you’re working with container-based applications. In this webcast, Red Hat senior principal software engineer Jeremy Eder helps you to gain a better understanding of the impact of containers on performance and scale.
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Everyone is trying to achieve high quality, fast deployment, and easy maintenance for their applications. Learn to get these benefits for your Java apps with DevOps-enabling technologies, containers, cloud platforms, and central management tools.
When it comes to adopting containers, security is the highest adoption barrier according to 53 percent of IT operations and development professionals working with containers today.