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Learn how the intelligence community can realize mission success with Red Hat’s 5 IT imperatives

For the federal government, realizing mission success means efficiently and reliably delivering services to citizens, including healthcare, social services, and transportation. It also encompasses protecting the nation by securing the country’s 16 critical infrastructure sectors. To achieve this goal, leaders must rely on the use of secure, innovative mission applications delivered on reliable and robust technology platforms

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IDC: Economic Impact of Red Hat Enterprise Linux

This White Paper sizes the economic impact of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) in three dimensions: the revenue and expenses that are "touched" in the enterprises that use RHEL and the economic advantage accrued, the impact of IT expenses on technology and staff labor by enterprises using RHEL, and the size and reach of the ecosystem whose products and services sit on RHEL.

This document is based on IDC research and forecasts on IT markets, internal IT models on the economic impact of IT, third-party economic data, and a global survey of 600+ line-of-business and IT executives.

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O’Reilly: Kubernetes patterns for designing cloud-native apps

In this e-book, O’Reilly provides detailed, reusable Kubernetes patterns for container deployment and orchestration. Learn specific Kubernetes patterns for cloud-native and rapid application development.

Learn everything Kubernetes offers for each particular pattern, with tested conclusions for each concept and full code examples.

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Forrester: The total economic impact of Red Hat’s container services

Red Hat commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a total economic impact study examining the return on investment (ROI) that organizations can realize by using its container adoption program and Red Hat® Open Innovation Labs.

In interviews with Red Hat customers, Forrester found that these organizations transformed their application development and delivery life cycles. They benefited from faster time to market, reduced costs, and improved customer experiences. Read the report to learn more

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An introduction to enterprise Kubernetes

Many teams are turning to Kubernetes and its rich set of complex features to help them orchestrate and manage containers in production, development, and test environments. Kubernetes has emerged as the de facto standard for container orchestration and management, becoming a critical platform for organizations to understand.

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Cloud native meets hybrid cloud

This guide is designed as a strategy primer for enterprise architects and IT leaders to map out how to tackle modern IT strategy. It is focused on the convergence of three trends:
  • The importance of IT systems to modern organizational success.
  • Hybrid cloud and the shift to multiple datacenters, platforms, and cloud locations
  • Cloud-native application development technologies and how they can be combined with existing approaches to create arobust, productive IT system.
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Build a foundation for success

Choose an infrastructure platform that lets you optimize your SAP environment and operations while preparing you for the future. Through trusted technologies, investment protection, and flexible innovation, Red Hat can help you modernize your SAP systems and build a foundation for digital transformation.

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The Business Value of Red Hat Solutions and Cost Relationship to Unpaid Alternatives

Open source software (OSS) has long held the allure of being available for free use in the form of community-supported projects, in addition to being available in commercially packaged and supported versions that are targeted at business users. That allure of free software has carried with it the belief that by avoiding subscription fees, customers can save money in the long term. Numerous IDC Business Value research studies have found that higher operational costs associated with self-supporting community-based infrastructure software far outstrips the cost of commercial subscription support, when that software is used in a mission-important or mission-critical capacity.

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How to build a modern IT foundation for maximum business efficiency

Studies show that IT spends 71% of its budget on maintenance. The process of IT optimization helps you incrementally reclaim that budget. With an optimized IT foundation that supports automation and scales as you grow, you can implement what you want, when you want, without complex processes. By optimizing IT, you can focus your staff and budget on the projects that deliver deeper value to your customers.

Learn how in this Red Hat e-book.

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The Business Value of Red Hat Solutions and Cost Relationship to Unpaid Alternatives – IDC Report

This IDC Study takes a look at such a comparison of several Red Hat products including Red Hat Enterprise Linux (including Red Hat Satellite and Red Hat Insights); Red Hat OpenStack, Red Hat OpenShift, and Red Hat Ansible, with community-based alternatives. The cost of deploying, managing and life-cycling these products, both individually and collectively, was considered in comparison to community-based alternatives. In addition, the impact of user productivity — the impact of time to deploy, cost of outages, and related metrics — was considered for these two sets of technologies.

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10 Ways to Improve I.T. Efficiency

In today’s digital businesses, IT organizations are expected to deliver more services at a faster pace than ever before.

However, the IT infrastructures of most companies encompass a variety of operating system vendors and versions, server hardware configurations, and management tools, resulting in a complex maze of resources that requires a large, highly skilled IT staff. Interoperability issues, complicated administration, and convoluted processes can delay provisioning, increase downtime, and create security and compliance risks, all greatly hindering flexible and efficient operations.

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RHEL 8 Technology Brief Managing/Insights

In a digital world, your IT environment is a critical business asset. Customers expect high-quality services and innovation and can be quick to move to another vendor if your organization cannot meet their needs. As a result, you must manage your IT environment to be as efficient, reliable, and secure as possible. To achieve this, you need a trusted operating system with easy-to-use management, visibility, and remediation tools.

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