The Friday Five is a weekly Red Hat® blog post with 5 of the week's top news items and ideas from or about Red Hat and the technology industry. Consider it your weekly digest of things that caught our eye.
Despite the claims of IT vendors, adopting new technologies and processes is never fast or easy. It’s a multiyear vision that requires constant change. Each improvement to your IT architecture is a step forward, but you can leap forward by combining those advances with agile processes and cross-functional collaboration.
Breaking the legacy virtualization cycle: How Red Hat and our partners are transforming IT through open source
At Red Hat, we recognize the importance of open technology that doesn’t hinder digital transformation, and so do our partners. In collaboration with our robust partner ecosystem, we’re able to build ideal solutions for our customers that spark infrastructure modernization and transformation.
Expert discussion with Mike Piech of Red Hat on the movement to process automation. A perfect storm of Cloud, Containers, DevOps and Microservices all coming together to transform the way enterprises think about and build applications to automate business processes.
From Red Hat Enterprise Linux to OpenShift to JBoss, Red Hat builds its products around successful open source projects. That is, Red Hat doesn't need to figure out what the market wants—it already knows, based on open source adoption of a Linux (RHEL) or Kubernetes (OpenShift).
Porsche Informatik is evolving from a provider of distributor-focused solutions into a provider of customer-focused solutions. This is where Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform comes into play: orchestrating the end-customer applications and supporting the development process with excellent continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipeline integration.
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