The British Army relies on IT to support its personnel deployed around the world. Its Information Application Services (IAS) Branch delivers software applications, hosting, and web services to the British Army.
In this video, Claus Ibsen explains the fundamental principles and the importance of distributed integration. As a key Committer to the Apache Camel open source integration framework, Claus provides his perspective on the role of Apache Camel in the Red Hat stack.
In this video, Steven Willmott outlines the business needs that are driving Red Hat customers to adopt application programming interfaces (APIs). Steven also explains how APIs can improve communications between partners to enable a more flexible business ecosystem.
For Satellite 6, you need to import a new manifest if you are installing Satellite for the first time, replacing a manifest with expiring or expired subscriptions, or have made changes to your subscription allocations and need Satellite to reflect those changes.
In this video, Christina Lin discusses the benefits of agile integration and provides a roadmap for achieving those benefits using a microservices reference architecture.
The Red Hat Training Partner Conference EMEA - 2018, took place in Prague. 169 Training Partners, Red Hat Academy Partners and Instructors participated during 3 days in a event in which we shared the latests updates in the Red Hat Training business, new trends, technical enablement and more.
Lufthansa Technik moved to a hybrid cloud infrastructure based on Red Hat’s enterprise-grade open source technologies running on Azure, Microsoft’s public cloud.
ChRIS needs plug-ins so users can access this data with the push of a button. Watch how the open source community is building hundreds of plug-ins and learn how you can get involved.
Máirín “Mo” Duffy is a principal interaction designer at Red Hat. She’s always been passionate about UX because of its potential to help people—but it was a sudden life event that inspired her to work on ChRIS.
Once the team at Boston’s Children’s Hospital got their idea off the ground, they realized they’d need greater computing power. Enter the Massachusetts Open Cloud.