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The Business Value of Red Hat OpenShift

Industries are being disrupted with unexpected competition requiring IT departments to become agile in responding to meet evolving business needs. Enterprise IT is transforming by taking a fresh approach and leveraging modern tools to help developers become more efficient in delivering innovative solutions. Leveraging analytics from increasing volumes of data to automate common processes is increasingly becoming the new normal for intelligent applications. Application platforms supporting an architecture that gives developers a wide choice of components across hybrid cloud infrastructure are a preferred path in the enterprise cloud adoption journey. Download our whitepaper to learn about how Red Hat's OpenShift can help your business grow through the cloud!
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Effective Business Process Management with Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite

Business process management (BPM) brings together the capabilities to orchestrate systems, people and services, while allowing a structured execution timeline. This e-book introduces basic BPM concepts, along with business rules, events, and processes. It also details Red Hat® JBoss® BPM Suite, a complete BPM platform that provides standards-based modeling, automation, simulation, and business process monitoring.
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Microservices: An improved Architecture Design

Microservices architecture, a new design method for creating loosely coupled but autonomous services, lets enterprises use emerging technologies to create and manage modular systems on a scale that exceeds earlier approaches like service-oriented architecture (SOA). But organizations that refactor monolithic applications into microservices experience widely varying degrees of success. The key to effective microservices is a solid understanding of how and why microservices should be used to build applications.
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Digital Innovation Through Agile Integration

The ability to integrate APIs from multiple sources is critical to success. New approaches to enterprise integration, backed by flexible, cloud-ready technologies, are necessary. Agile integration, an architectural approach, combines agile methods and practices with technologies for the purpose of rapidly integrating applications and data.
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Principles of Container-Based App Design

There are a number of principles that containerized applications must comply with in order to become good cloud-native citizens. Adhering to these principles will help ensure that your applications are suitable for automation in cloud-native platforms such as Kubernetes. Read the whitepaper to learn more.
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Automation App Delivery Datasheet

To successfully streamline and automate application delivery, businesses need effective technology and an effective framework. Red Hat® Consulting partners with enterprise organizations to create a strategic approach to app delivery and provide guidance on making operations more repeatable, predictable, and scalable. Using Red Hat Ansible Automation, Red Hat subject matter experts help businesses automate and streamline complicated workflows by speeding processes and eliminating human error. After establishing this foundation, Red Hat consultants show your teams how to manage workflows across multiple infrastructures to help you focus on delivering value to their business.
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Red hat Open Innovation Labs E-Book

Red Hat Open Innovation Labs is an immersive residency for modernizing application development. Developing applications can take years and cost millions, and security, compliance, and privacy requirements stall progress. IT teams are innovating faster and improving quality with DevOps. The approach is to make large-scale changes iteratively, instead of all at once—adjusting direction as you go. Learn how in this e-book about Red Hat Open Innovation Labs.
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Open Innovation Labs Datasheet

Red Hat Open Innovation Labs is an immersive teaming residency that arms customers with the skills, tools, and processes to deliver better software, more quickly, to meet the demands of today’s market. Whether it’s co-creating a disruptive product, accelerating cultural transformation in the enterprise, or discovering what’s possible with a suite of proven and open tools and methods—Open Innovation Labs is designed to jump-start organizations’ most innovative ideas. Learn more.

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Container Storage for Dummies

Although many organizations still use traditional storage appliances, they don’t offer the agility needed by containerized environments. Containers are highly flexible and bring incredible scale to how apps and storage are delivered; traditional storage can be the bottleneck that stops this progress. The underlying storage should be highly elastic, easily provisioned by developers and admins, and, ideally, managed using the same orchestration framework (like Kubernetes).

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What is Needed to Build Trusted Infrastructures?

As security models converge on perimeter-less infrastructure and the need to protect raw data, we must move beyond "STIG compliance," 2FA, and encrypting all data. This technical session will step through evolving thinking on trusted infrastructure: tokenization is a recent data protection method, but what is it and when can it be used? What work is being done on Trusted Platform Modules, and what is trusted boot? What are new cryptographic models, including quantum cryptography and blockchain? How does this fit into containerization and server-less computing? How is open source confronting these challenges?

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Digital Transformation: The Consumerization of Government IT

In a 2016 PricewaterhouseCoopers survey of over 1400 CIOs, 84% stated they needed to address wider stakeholder needs and 77% found that technology was one of “the top 3 influencers transforming stakeholder expectations for the business.” Hear how government agencies and system integrators are transforming their organizations using modern application development practices, tools, and platforms.

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The Future State of Storage

Changing business needs and the drive toward cost efficiencies and performance mean an end to reliance on traditional, proprietary storage approaches. Modern storage infrastructure enables CIOs to tackle some of their biggest pain points and put their data to work rather than viewing that data as a cost center. Driven by a desire to be flexible and “do more with less,” IT leaders are embracing things like software-defined storage, because it emphasizes freedom and openness.

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Stop Overpaying for Storage Appliances

Traditional, appliance-based storage cannot keep up with modern data demands. Software-defined storage solutions like Red Hat® Gluster Storage can cut costs in half while delivers increased agility and unprecedented scalability without sacrificing durability, security, and performance.

This infographic illustrates how to cut storage costs in half with software-defined storage.

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Choosing Software-Defined Storage Over Legacy Storage Appliances

Software-defined storage solutions like Red Hat Gluster Storage are a compelling new way forward without traditional limitations. Coupled with a wide range of available industry-standard storage hardware, an open software-defined approach delivers most of the functionality and performance of proprietary platforms at approximately half the cost. It also offers substantially more predictability in terms of both scalability and cost over traditional storage appliances.

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