Building secure IoT solutions with Red Hat Mobile Application Platform, Red Hat 3Scale API Management Platform, Red Hat JBoss Fuse and BRMS, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux
This is a breakout session from Red Hat Summit 2017 featuring Ishu Verma, Technology Evangelist, IoT, Red Hat, Patrick Steiner, Manager EMEA Specialist SA, Red Hat, and Maggi Hu, Sr. Middleware Specialist Solution Architect, Red Hat.
In this Red Hat Consulting whiteboard video, Kevin Franklin and Jose Simonelli introduce the details of Red Hat Enterprise Application Platform (EAP)’s security architecture, the many different security standards EAP supports, and how EAP’s security framework can help secure your mission critical
Container images will soon underpin all of our mission critical applications. Therefore, we must ensure that we are using the highest quality containers images at every stage of the development cycle on through to production.
What key capabilities does Red Hat Atomic Enterprise Platform provide and what materials are available for you to get started? In this webcast, Red Hat Senior Principal Systems Engineer Scott Collier and Sr. Technology Strategist Subhendu Ghosh will walk you through:
JBoss solutions come in two different versions: developer community projects and enterprise products. Do you know which version to use when?
In this video, Rich Fichera from Forrester, Michael Araneta, Phil Carter, and Mayur Sahni from IDC, and Laurent Lachal from Ovum outline requirements for the new era of IT, including mobile, cloud, big data, and social.
Red Hat helps Cisco focus on building applications instead of spending weeks to deploy platform configurations. Using OpenShift Enterprise by Red Hat®, Cisco reduced the strain on its infrastructure resources.
When is free Linux more expensive? When you have an enterprise to run.
Every IT organization is looking for ways to be more efficient. What you may not realize is that pieces of your infrastructure like community Linux are actually making your job more difficult. Red Hat can help.
With Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization for Desktops, complete desktop environments are hosted virtually. Users connect to these virtual desktops using either inexpensive thin clients or re-purposed PCs.