Virtualization use cases have evolved from consolidation and IT optimization to include hybrid cloud and infrastructure enablement.
While networking may not seem like a primary focus for Red Hat, nearly every product in the portfolio relies on networking as a key component. Currently, it all starts with Red Hat Enterprise Linux as a high-performance network host.
Automation’s best use cases are repeatable, yet time-intensive, processes with predictable outcomes that IT teams can build and run without constant attention. The next wave in automating the enterprise is dependent on intelligent automation.
In this fireside chat, Steve Watt of Red Hat interviews Clayton Coleman (Chief Engineer for OpenShift) and Brandon Philips (previously CTO of CoreOS, acquired by Red Hat) on their long term view on platforms and where we’ll be taking Kubernetes and OpenShift in the future.
Learn how to use the natively integrated Red Hat management portfolio to improve efficiency, automation, and overhead.
Since its introduction last summer, Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure (RHHI) has been enthusiastically received by the market and by the customers who've adopted it into their operations.
Security is one of the most important requirements for cloud infrastructure today. A study shows that 99.9% of vulnerability intrusions could have been stopped by a patch that had been released more than a year prior.
Ansible allows network management across virtually any device platform. Any network device can be managed via SSH or an API.
In this whiteboarding session, Anne Dalton and Andrew Becker from Red Hat Consulting discuss how using Ansible Tower workflows can help simplify common tasks. See how multiple teams automating tasks with Ansible can link their content together to save time and create repeatable processes.
Red Hat Consultants know that determining your cloud strategy can be complex. Important considerations must be made, balancing the needs of developers, and the existing infrastructure implementations.