In the below explainer video, Red Hat’s Irshad Raihan explains how Red Hat can connect businesses to big data and help drive results. Check it out below but, if you want a taste of what to expect, read on!
Trends and buckets
Irshad points out three key trends he’s seeing in enterprise IT: Big data, cloud, and open source. These trends are technologies that Red Hat offers leading tools for.
Irshad goes on to explain that big data comes in two buckets; infrastructure, which must be reliable, secure, and scalable to support big data workloads; and a data & analytics layer, which is where data is ingested, enriched, and processed.
There are two types of users who will be involved on the front-lines in the implementation of enterprise IT projects. Red Hat has them covered.
Developers want to rapidly develop apps. To help them, Red Hat offers tools such as JBoss, Datagrid, BRMS (business rules management system) and Openshift, a platform as a service platform.
Data center managers already know Red Hat Enterprise Linux by now, but Red Hat also offers Red Hat Storage, a software defined storage tool, and Openstack, an infrastructure as a service platform.
These are all tools that span physical, virtual, and cloud deployments.
The bottom line
For CIOs, these tools from Red Hat can mean lower costs, reduced lock-in, and eliminated silos. You can learn about all this and more by checking out the video, below!