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Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform

As enterprises share, vet, and manage automation content across domains of their business, they need a foundation of an automation language that multiple people in the organization can understand. Pathways between these different domains must evolve to link multiple automation use cases, and governance and analytics become necessary to look across and manage these automation pathways.

Red Hat® Ansible® Automation Platform is the foundation for building and operating automation services at scale, providing enterprises a composable, collaborative, and trusted execution environment. It meets customers where they are in their automation journey, bringing them a flexible automation platform to facilitate success from multiple points in their IT infrastructure. Ansible’s simple, easy-to-read automation language has made it easy for teams across an organization to share, vet, and manage automation content. Now, Ansible Automation Platform helps create an ecosystem for sharing the best automation content across the entire IT organization.

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Network Automation for Everyone

Network automation is critical for supporting the increasing application and workload needs of modern, digital business. Red Hat® Ansible® Automation Platform provides an automation engine, a management interface, automation analytics, content management, and support—for better control over and visibility into network resources. As a result, businesses can improve infrastructure availability, staff productivity, network security, and configuration compliance.

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Improving compliance with network automation technology

Enterprises can build network automation initiatives that improve compliance and reduce risk. This analyst paper from Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) makes the business case for network automation, examines the roadblocks that an organization might encounter, and offers guidance on how to implement an effective compliance strategy with network automation.

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10 ways to automate Microsoft Windows with Red Hat Ansible

Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform contains modern tools for managing and automating Microsoft Windows environments. In this checklist, you will learn 10 ways Ansible can be used to manage and execute core functions in Windows environments, from security updates to remote management using WinRM.

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Datasheet: The Red Hat build of OpenJDK

An estimated 15 billion devices run Java™ worldwide . Until January 2019, no one had to pay for access to a current Java Virtual Machine (JVM), but Oracle implemented a significant change to its release cadence and support model. Oracle JDK is no longer free for production workloads and patches, leaving organizations with a choice to either pay Oracle for continued production support and updates for Oracle JDK, adopt OpenJDK and upgrade every six months, or migrate to an alternative OpenJDK implementation.

Learn how the Red Hat build of OpenJDK can help you develop, test, and deploy Java workloads in Windows or Linux-based environments.

  • Open source innovation
  • Cost savings
  • Multiplatform support
  • Long-term support
  • Frequent releases

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Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform datasheet

Businesses differentiate by delivering extraordinary experiences to their customers, and today those experiences are driven by applications that quickly evolve to meet their needs. Once deployed, these applications must be portable, secure, easy to scale, and simple to manage. Organizations are turning to containers and Kubernetes to meet these needs. To quickly deliver new applications or to containerize and migrate existing ones to the cloud, they need a trusted platform to build upon.

Develop, deploy, and manage existing and container-based applications seamlessly across physical, virtual, and public cloud infrastructures. Learn how Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform can help.

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Organize your strategy for software-driven business success

Creating customer value depends upon your ability to develop, deploy, and run high quality applications faster across any cloud. Applications need to be cloud-native by default. Learn how to position your business for hybrid cloud success.

Download our e-book, Cloud-native meets hybrid cloud: A strategy guide.

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Adopt cloud native development

Cloud-native application development is a key part of open transformation and can help you compete in a digital world. By focusing on technology, processes, and people, you can deploy innovative, open approaches that support business agility, transformation, and success. Align your cloud technology with your business needs.

This open transformation can help you further accelerate innovation and customer engagement. Combining open processes and culture with cloud-native applications development approaches can create lasting improvement in your organization. You can also deliver more value to customers and gain many benefits for your organization.

    IT-focused outcomes include:

  • Faster application updates.
  • Rapid application deployment.
  • Quicker fault recovery.
  • Improved accuracy.

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Best practices for migrating to containerized applications

When thinking about migrating applications into containers, there are three main high-level strategies: lift and shift, augment, and rewrite.

No matter which method you choose, it is important to recognize that most software was designed and written before modern, image-based containers were invented. Even if you choose the “lift and shift” method, where you might run a monolithic application inside a single container, it is likely that your application will need to be modified. To successfully move to containers, you will need a solid migration strategy that takes into account the needs of your applications and the nature of Linux® containers.

Learn specific, technical recommendations and guidelines for migrating software into containers—from image build procedures to production best practices.

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Considerations for modernizing your SAP environment

Your business relies on your SAP environment for critical processes and data. However, organizations must migrate their underlying databases to SAP HANA by2027. Red Hat and Amazon Web Services (AWS) offermodern, optimized solutions for SAP HANA that help you migrate more easily, and build a foundation for success. Download the overview to learn more.

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