OpenShift 3.1 by Red Hat simplifies data persistence in containerized applications. In addition to continued network file system (NFS) support, OpenShift now lets Docker containers use GlusterFS, Ceph, iSCSI, Fibre Channel, and Amazon Elastic Block Storage (EBS) for data persistence.
Learn about key considerations for designing a secure, highly available Ceph cluster in this Red Hat Consulting whiteboard series video.
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In this Red Hat Consulting whiteboard series video, learn about the role of appliances in Red Hat CloudForms, as well as an architectural overview of high availability options for enterprise clouds.
Learn how OpenShift Enterprise 3.1 by Red Hat provides powerful networking and gives your applications and services dynamic availability.
Instructors and students from East Carolina University discuss the benefits of partnering with Red Hat Academy to teach Linux and other open source skills, deliver certification exams, and prepare students for a successful career in open source information technology.
Mary Johnston Turner, IDC Research Vice President of Enterprise System Management Software, walks through a recent survey of IT decision makers and the reviews results on the importance of integration between cloud-native and conventional applications.
The demo video shows you how easy and fast it is to build a mobile app on the Red Hat® Mobile Application Platform.
This demo video shows you how to use MBaaS services on the Red Hat® Mobile Application Platform to integrate with backend systems and promote code reuse across multiple app projects.
This video gives a demo of the Forms Builder functionality in the Red Hat® Mobile Application Platform. This shows step by step how a traditional paper-based form can be quickly and easily transformed into a mobile form using simple drag and drop elements.
As you will see in this demo, Red Hat® Insights provides ongoing in-depth analysis of your Red Hat infrastructure to proactively identify key threats related to security, stability, and performance.