Converting CentOS Linux to Red Hat Enterprise Linux

With the announcement that the CentOS Project will discontinue updates and releases of CentOS Linux® version 8 on Dec. 31, 2021 and of version 7 on June 30, 2024, many organizations began the process of reevaluating their IT environments and started to plan for a migration.

If your organization needs a production-grade operating system to run critical business systems, migrating to a fully supported Red Hat® Enterprise Linux subscription with a predictable life cycle and extensive partner ecosystem is a straight-forward process that results in a deployment with a similar user experience to that of CentOS Linux. Learn more in this overview.

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Simplify Cloud Security with Red Hat And AWS

As cloud adoption grows, security continues to be a leading concern for organizations of all sizes. In fact, 79% of organizations cite security as a top cloud challenge. This concern is with good reason—45% of breaches in 2022 occurred in the cloud. To protect your business, you need the same level of security policy and access controls in the cloud that you have on-site in your datacenter.

This overview describes how using Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® as your operating foundation across your datacenter and Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud environments helps you:

  • Detect and remediate vulnerabilities at scale with Red Hat Insights.
  • Ensure compliance with standards certification and built-in scanning and remediation.
  • Streamline security configuration and management with automation.

Download the overview to learn how Red Hat and AWS help create the consistency you need to maintain security and compliance.

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5 Surprising Benefits of Moving from Centos Linux to Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Some organizations think that using an unpaid, unsupported operating system is a way to save money. However, Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® has a lower total cost of ownership over time. In this infographic, learn how Red Hat Enterprise Linux can help you reduce costs, streamline migration, gain data insights, and enforce security—all while maintaining your preferred software, hardware, and cloud vendors.

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Benefits of Migrating from CentOS Linux to Red Hat Enterprise Linux

The CentOS Project will discontinue updates and releases of CentOS Linux® between 2021 and 2024. As a result, CentOS Linux users must migrate to a new operating system to continue receiving updates, patches, and new features. While implementing a new operating system may seem tedious, it also presents an opportunity to reassess your organization’s needs and choose a platform that will better support your business now and in the future.

A consistent, intelligent operating foundation for modern IT and enterprise hybrid cloud deployments, Red Hat® Enterprise Linux delivers optimal benefits for your organization. Because CentOS Linux is derived from Red Hat Enterprise Linux sources, you can continue to use many of the same techniques and elements while gaining more features, tools, support, and value.

Compared to organizations that use unpaid alternatives like CentOS Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux users experience:

  • 16% lower three-year cost of operations.
  • 32% more efficient IT infrastructure teams.
  • 35% faster development life cycles.
  • 81% less unplanned downtime.

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Redefining Line Visualization For Protein Processors

Whether you're processing meat and protein products or producing batteries for electric vehicles, the basic goal for all manufacturers is to produce the optimal amount of product, at the highest level of quality, while limiting costs. And since the days of Henry Ford's assembly lines, there's always been an ongoing push for continuous improvement.

Within this paper, we'll focus on perhaps the most important aspect of digital transformation for food processors- enhanced asset and line visibility. We'll break down the technologies and strategies vital to optimizing the potential it contains, and the best steps to take in unlocking benefits related to improving operational and supply chain flexibility, cutting extraneous costs, enhancing internal and external communication to eliminate waste, and, perhaps most importantly, optimizing the role and impact of workers.

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Reshaping Protein Production

For manufacturing decision makers, the ability to adapt production in line with rapidly changing market conditions and consumer preferences is key. Accordingly, their focus is on creating a flexible, digitally-enabled manufacturing environment that serves the need for transparency and flexibility. Within this focus, priorities around cost, food safety and quality, data security, workforce transformation, yield generation and greater localization all need to be balanced. These factors are putting pressure on producers to digitalize and operate as a connected enterprise.

Over the course of this paper we will explore how your organization can leverage new technologies to achieve flexible manufacturing and distribution, enabling you to meet the needs of a changing marketplace.

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Digital Readiness Among Meat, Poultry and Seafood Processors

Get ahead with digital readiness in protein industry! We've surveyed top global meat, poultry, and seafood producers and found out how you can do more with technology.

Download our ebook to discover how you can take your operations to the next level and boost your business.

  • Automation in action.
  • Maximizing every cut.
  • Enter edge computing.
  • Unified robotic solutions.

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19 Embedded Analytics Providers Ranked by Leading Analyst Firm

Read this newly release report by Dresner Advisory Services and glean key insights into software supplier performance and see comparisons of current vendor performance. The Embedded Business Intelligence Market Study provides a wealth of information and analysis, offering value to consumers of business intelligence technology and services. Key metrics include interface integration, extensibility, and user features among many others.

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19 Embedded Analytics Providers Ranked by Leading Analyst Firm

Read this newly release report by Dresner Advisory Services and glean key insights into software supplier performance and see comparisons of current vendor performance. The Embedded Business Intelligence Market Study provides a wealth of information and analysis, offering value to consumers of business intelligence technology and services. Key metrics include interface integration, extensibility, and user features among many others.

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How Infused Analytics Helps Product Managers Exceed Their KPIs

PMs are the CEOs of their product. This challenging role requires people management, expectation management, and delivering business results. In a SaaS environment, the challenge is compounded as results are measured daily, monthly and quarterly.

However, new vendors have emerged to assist Product Managers in delivering cutting edge experiences to their end-users which align to important KPIs. Learn the five ways infused analytics can help PMs exceed their key performance indicators.

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The Future is Self Service

This is a book about a very important, yet often misunderstood topic in the OEM software world, the topic of self-service data, analytics and automation.

Self service is no longer something software providers can ignore or approach in a haphazard fashion. Empowering users with the ability to collect, analyze and automate their data, and yours, can fundamentally change how a software product functions. Ensuring the right people always have access to the right information at the right times can be game-changing. Frankly, if your product doesn’t have self-service capabilities, you risk losing your users to platforms and products that do.

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Embedding Business Analytics

Choosing the right tools and services to embed into your product is always challenging. There are always many factors to consider, and the decisions you make today can affect the direction your product takes for years to come. That challenge has always been especially hard when adding analytics to your product. Many traditional analytic solutions simply weren’t designed for embedding while many others didn’t offer a business model to support them. And if your software is on or migrating to the cloud, as most companies are, finding cloud services that integrate with Amazon Web Services (AWS) also adds to the complexity.

In this book, we’ll outline both the promise and problems with today’s analytic tools and introduce you to a new, modern approach to business analytics in the cloud that can deliver the solutions your product needs and a business model specifically tailored for OEM software vendors.

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Embedded Analytics Built for Developers

Developers love Qrvey because Qrvey is built for the way you build software. Qrvey boosts developer productivity with low-code javascript widgets combined with a powerful suite of APIs that let you build custom analytics features directly into your SaaS application with full customization and white-labeling. You can easily integrate and embed data collection, transformation, analysis, visualizations, automation and AI/ML functionality. Best of all, Qrvey is the only cloud-native embedded platform that is 100% SDLC compliant.

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How Infused Analytics Helps Product Managers Exceed Their KPIs

PMs are the CEOs of their product. This challenging role requires people management, expectation management, and delivering business results. In a SaaS environment, the challenge is compounded as results are measured daily, monthly and quarterly.

However, new vendors have emerged to assist Product Managers in delivering cutting edge experiences to their end-users which align to important KPIs. Learn the five ways infused analytics can help PMs exceed their key performance indicators.

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The Future is Self Service

This is a book about a very important, yet often misunderstood topic in the OEM software world, the topic of self-service data, analytics and automation.

Self service is no longer something software providers can ignore or approach in a haphazard fashion. Empowering users with the ability to collect, analyze and automate their data, and yours, can fundamentally change how a software product functions. Ensuring the right people always have access to the right information at the right times can be game-changing. Frankly, if your product doesn’t have self-service capabilities, you risk losing your users to platforms and products that do.

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