OpenShift 3.1 by Red Hat simplifies data persistence in containerized applications. In addition to continued network file system (NFS) support, OpenShift now lets Docker containers use GlusterFS, Ceph, iSCSI, Fibre Channel, and Amazon Elastic Block Storage (EBS) for data persistence.
Learn about key considerations for designing a secure, highly available Ceph cluster in this Red Hat Consulting whiteboard series video.
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Instructors and students from East Carolina University discuss the benefits of partnering with Red Hat Academy to teach Linux and other open source skills, deliver certification exams, and prepare students for a successful career in open source information technology.
Lars Herrmann — General Manager RHEL, RHEV And Containers Containers are transforming IT rapidly and drawing tremendous interest because of their multifaceted benefits.
UBM Tech recently conducted a survey, sponsored by Red Hat, that asked IT decision-makers at large enterprises about their current efforts and future plans for bimodal IT.
- Learn why bimodal IT is going to be important for most organizations over the next three to five years.
What key capabilities does Red Hat Atomic Enterprise Platform provide and what materials are available for you to get started?
This talk will cover the use of containers, how they have been implemented, and why orchestration and scheduling are important.
Audio equipment manufacturer Peavey Electronics needed faster performance from its analytics solution, as well as mobile reporting access for remote users.
Learn the commands to used to both extend and reduce a volume group. This video uses content directly from our RHCSA Rapid Track Course (RH199) and Red Hat System Administration II (RH134).
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This video teaches you how to customize a container so that it deploys a network service saves it as an image. Content for this video comes directly from our Managing Containers with Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host (RH270) course.
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