An open hybrid cloud gives businesses flexibility, control, and choice—and leaves you open to innovation. It makes the most of your existing resources, while allowing systems, applications, and data to work together seamlessly across a public or private cloud.
Chris Wells from the cloud business unit at Red Hat talks about CloudForms,an open hybrid cloud management platform that enables enterprises to better manage virtual,private and hybrid cloud infrastructures.
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Do more with less. Virtualization and cloud computing hold great promise for all kinds of businesses – including Red Hat partners like HP, IBM, Cisco, and Dell. Hear why they choose Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 with its strong virtualization and conservation infrastructure.
Hear from Sadique Puthen Peedikayil, Sr. Cloud Success Architect, Red Hat APAC, and Rahul Vijayan, Sr. Sepcialist Solutions Architect, Red Hat Asia Pacific, Ltd, in this breakout session at Red Hat Summit 2017.
Red Hat Forum Sydney 2017 - Track A1 : Automating & Managing Your Own Hybrid Cloud by Jim A'Hara Head of Infrastructure & Cloud Practice, Red Hat ANZ
Hear from Rafael Benevides, Director of Developer Experience, Red Hat in this breakout session at Red Hat Summit 2017.
Hear from Edson Yanaga, Director of Developer Experience at Red Hat in this breakout session at the Red Hat Summit 2017.
To help customers adopt cloud technology quickly and easily, Rackspace and Red Hat collaborated to build a hosted, on-premise OpenStack private cloud solution.
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In this Red Hat Consulting Whiteboard video, Rob Washburn and Jose Simonelli first define three of the most important pillars of Cloud Computing - Virtualization, Configuration Management, and Self-Service Provisioning .
Common problems organizations face across both their traditional IT environments (sometimes called mode-1) and new emerging IT environments (sometimes called mode-2) include: