Red Hat asked 950 IT leaders across the globe how they are using enterprise open source. See what we learned. The Red Hat-sponsored “State of Enterprise Open Source" report details how and why open source solutions are making their way into enterprises with such remarkable momentum. And it reveals some of the ways customers are turning to enterprise open source tools for modernizing their approaches to IT. The question is no longer whether enterprises should adopt open technologies. The question is when—and how.
To help address application development challenges while enabling freedom of choice, Red Hat has developed key extensions for Microsoft’s Visual Studio (VS) Code IDE, which was recently ranked the most popular development environment among respondents.
Mike Evans, vice president, Cloud Partner Strategy at Red Hat, recently shared in VentureBeat how he views IT's future, where multicloud may soon become mix and match cloud.
Software engineers in BMW's research department are investigating how new technologies will apply to in-vehicles services. In this post, two BMW researchers detail how they came to choose Red Hat’s OpenShift cloud computing Kubernetes application platform solution as a basis for deploying the EnMasse messaging services, as well as the OpenWhisk serverless framework.
This year at Red Hat Summit, we are offering a variety of financial industry focused breakout sessions and labs to help navigate the impact that open source technologies could have on your firm, and help you understand your options when it comes to getting the most from your investments.