This video will preview the content covered in our Automation with Ansible I (DO407) course and show a sample lecture, whiteboarding session and demonstration.
The Red Hat Open Innovation Labs push-button infrastructure, powered by OpenShift and Ansible, is an implementation developed to eliminate most of the complexity infrastructure brings, and to allow developers to spend more time doing what they do best - developing software.
Infrastructure-as-code is becoming extremely relevant for operational teams looking for consistent provisioning across environments, always-accurate documentation, granular control, enhanced security, repeatability, and low risk changes to production in hours instead of weeks.
See how a new Ansible validation is made available within the Red Hat OpenStack director UI.
Process-oriented mobile applications have the power to transform the way organizations approach digital business.
This video shows the Game of Life running in a heterogeneous environment using three 64-bit hardware architectures: aarch64 (ARM v8-A), ppc64le (IBM Power little endian) and x86_64 (Intel Xeon).
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Learn how to easily provision a security-compliant host and quickly detect and remediate security and compliance issues in physical, virtual, cloud, and container environments.
EMEA Partner Conference attendees will be able to experience just how easy it can be to help customers move workloads to the Red Hat's OpenShift container plattform or run SAP related workloads on RedHat Enterprise Linux.
With Red Hat Open Innovation Labs, Swiss medical company, easiER AG, was able to build 2 mobile apps with 3 developers and 1 designer in just 4 weeks.
Armughan Ahmad, senior vice president and general manager of Solutions and Alliances for Dell EMC, shares information about Dell EMC’s partnership with Red Hat and what the two companies are doing in the industry to drive differentiation with OpenStack and infrastructure.