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Red Hat and Microsoft announce an expansion of their existing alliance to help enterprises more easily adopt containers and cloud-native applications.
This video will preview the content covered in the Red Hat JBoss Application Administration I (JB248) course and show a sample lecture, whiteboarding session and demonstration.
A demo of the Data Sync functionality on Red Hat Mobile Application Platform. Data Sync can be challenging for mobile app developers as it's not about standard transactions being transmitted back to a database.
Join Adam Clater, Chief Architect, Red Hat, Scott Van Velsor, Architect Accenture Federal Services, John Coble, SAIC Fellow & Solution Architect, SAIC, and Peter Levin, CEO and Former Sr.
How can open source principles transform an art museum? The latest film in Red Hat’s Open Source Stories series looks at how the Tate Exchange at Tate Modern is redefining the modern art museum for the 21st century.
Arbiter volumes in Red Hat Gluster Storage can resolve conflicts in the event of data mismatch without requiring a third copy of the data. The smaller hardware footprint through arbiter volumes helps shrink infrastructure costs while maintaining the same level of data integrity.
Erasure coding is an advanced data protection mechanism that reconstructs corrupted or lost data by using information about the data that’s stored elsewhere in the storage system.