The daily hype is all around you. From cloud, hybrid cloud, to hybrid multicloud, you’re told this is the way to ensure a digital future for your business.
As we build distributed systems, break apart monoliths, and move to cloud, one of the biggest challenges is handling the network. Service meshes abstract the network away from your application, providing visibility, reliability, resiliency, and security transparently to applications.
Red Hat OpenShift is an amazing, award-winning tool for application developers. It is also a great management tool for operations teams due to its built-in power, flexibility, and scalability.
Today’s users demand tailored, dynamic, and constantly refined experiences. They expect intelligent applications that will learn from data and improve with longevity and popularity.
Developers are being asked to learn a lot in a short period of time. They are moving from monolithic architectures to microservices, from application servers to container platforms, from one application runtime to another, and from an agile methodology to DevOps.
At last year's Red Hat Summit, we outlined the security roadmap strategy and vision for Red Hat OpenStack Platform. Since then, significant security advances have been made. In this session, we'll share what's new in key management, encryption at rest and in flight, compliance, and more.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 brings a modern approach to many elements of the Linux operating system. One of the most significant of these updates is the adoption of systemd, which gives admins and users a host of exciting tools and capabilities.
The next wave of transformation for Telco Cloud is Hyper-converged NFV infrastructure (NFVi) which is expected to bring cost efficiency and scale.
La Poste Courrier is the French postal service, with 138,000 employees including 73,000 postmen, and has to face the huge decline of its traditional "snail mail" business.
There are more operating systems running than ever before, yet operators are interacting directly with those systems at increasingly lower rates. Businesses expect IT to just keep running, and operators mostly interact with systems to troubleshoot.