Does your technology stack give your company the flexibility to do whatever it wants?
Red Hat offers a complete open source portfolio that allows companies to use any cloud they want and any type of application they want to accomplish anything they want.
This video shows a sneak preview of Satellite 6.4 working with Insights and Ansible to seamlessly detect risks to hosts managed by Satellite and how you can easily fix many of these discovered issues by leveraging an Ansible playbook readily available for remediation via Insights and executing th
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This session combines a presentation of hidden gems in Red Hat Satellite 6 and many best practices (well, "good" practices, anyway) around the design, deployment, and usage of Satellite 6 in customer environments.
To keep pace, modern IT infrastructures have become increasingly complex. The problem is that complexity equals risk.
A common saying is, "If it ain’t broke, don't fix it." But what if it is broken and you just don't know it? Waiting for something to break means late nights, lunches at your desk, or waiting for a maintenance window to fix issues.
Most corporations have to modernize so they can reduce cost, manage their growth, and keep competitive in the market. Nevertheless, they still have to make sure their legacy systems and current infrastructure are operating while they make changes and innovate.
The public sector has been hit hard with a number of cyber breaches, often due to application stacks running on hosts lacking essential security patches.
Red Hat Satellite has managed millions of Red Hat systems for more than a decade. Red Hat Satellite 6 provides better management at very large scale, from traditional datacenters to cloud computing environments.
Maintaining visibility, control, and security, and ensuring governance and compliance remains paramount, but it becomes more difficult and time consuming in a hybrid infrastructure consisting of physical, virtual, cloud, and container environments.