Why mobile and containers? This short video gives a high level overview of how a container platform supports more efficient, consistent, and portable mobile app development. Running mobile workloads on OpenShift helps your developers avail of all the benefits of a container platform.
Frédéric Aatz de Microsoft et Carine Braun-Héneault de Red Hat, échangent sur l'avenir de l'Open Source, lors du Red Hat Forum 2016.
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Red Hat Forum is an annual celebration of everything Red Hat and open source, and the organizations that are at the heart of it in EMEA.
In this video, Cameron Wyatt and Henry Grover discuss the integration between CloudForms and Ansible. They discuss where each one fits in your environment, and how they can come together to enhance an organization’s automated provisioning workflow.
Join Carolyn and Ian as they discuss how to deploy Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on Amazon Web Services. In this video, they explain how to use AWS resources, like VPCs and Availability Zones, to enhance the functionality of your OCP cluster.
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Red Hat Forum is an annual celebration of everything Red Hat and open source, and the organizations that are at the heart of it in EMEA. Every year, Red Hat Forum gets bigger and better. Last year saw record numbers of attendance.
Whether your datacenter consists of physical servers, virtual infrastructure, or is in the cloud Satellite 6 can meet your provisioning needs. Join Nick Poyant and Scott Knauss as they discuss the ins and outs of provisioning new machines and instances with Satellite 6.
Red Hat customers with large RHEL footprints across multiple environments and even multiple sites are challenged with maintaining consistency and scalability with regard to provisioning, day-to-day systems management, and configuration management.