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  • DevOps & Automation: How to Modernize Enterprise Workflows
    DevOps & Automation: How to Modernize Enterprise Workflows Walter Bentley, Red Hat Automation Practice Lead Branden Pleines, Consultant, Automation Practice Recorded: Nov 15 2017 65 mins
    The promise of workflow modernization through automation is great — speed, efficiency, and productivity are the hallmarks. But, the process to get there can be complex: How do you prioritize and modernize those designated workflows as you move to new platforms or implement new processes and ways of working? With workflow modernization, your organization can become fully cross functional, enabling all teams to collaborate to create automation content.

    In this webinar, we’ll show you the strategic approach to workflow automation and provide actionable guidance on to make operations more repeatable, predictable, and automated. You’ll learn how to:

    - Bring a DevOps mindset and approach to the network
    - Create fully automated workflows that are interchangeable between projects
    - Extend the power of Ansible automation across the enterprise
  • How to Mitigate Critical Infrastructure Risks with Threat Analysis
    How to Mitigate Critical Infrastructure Risks with Threat Analysis Dawn Schaeffer, Product Marketing Manager, Management, Red Hat Recorded: Nov 7 2017 47 mins
    Proactive threat analysis can help maximize your uptime and increase security for your critical infrastructure. Pinpointing and prioritizing issues lets you focus your time on the most critical, impactful issues. And automation can minimize human error.

    Red Hat® Insights is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution to these challenges that incurs no additional infrastructure costs. You can also use Ansible Playbooks with Red Hat Insights to help you save time and minimize error.

    Join this webinar to learn how easy it is to:
    - Find and address risks to maximize uptime.
    - Automate remediation to reduce human error.
    - Save time by avoiding daily firefighting.
  • Key considerations of an effective cloud strategy
    Key considerations of an effective cloud strategy Matt Nolan, senior cloud architect, Red Hat & Stephane Lefrere, director, cloud infrastructure practice, Red Hat Recorded: Oct 31 2017 40 mins
    One of the most pressing questions enterprises have to answer is: “Should we move to the cloud or stay on-premise?” For many, the answer is a blend of both. Determining your organization’s cloud strategy can be complex. Important considerations must be made around security and compliance requirements, balancing the needs of developers, as well as the existing infrastructure implementations.

    In this webinar, we’ll identify multiple considerations you’ll face when starting to think about your cloud strategy and walk through how to manage those critical choices. We’ll cover how to:
    - Evaluate the mix of private and public cloud options are best for your business
    - Prioritize services for your developers and end users
    - Identify new approaches to enable freedom of choice, mobility, and accelerate service delivery
    - Define a cloud strategy that accelerates your ability to deliver new applications and innovative solutions
  • Culture, Containers and Accelerating DevOps: A Virtual Discussion
    Culture, Containers and Accelerating DevOps: A Virtual Discussion Gene Kim, DevOps Enthusiast & Brian Gracely, Red Hat Recorded: Oct 12 2017 55 mins
    A how-to guide to container and DevOps deployment can help you with the necessary architecture to move faster and be more agile. Red Hat and Intel can help you put DevOps, containers, and application platforms to work for your business.

    Enjoy this unique conversation with DevOps enthusiast, Gene Kim, author of The Phoenix Project and The DevOps Handbook, and Brian Gracely, Red Hat director of Product Strategy. Learn from Gene Kim's 18+ years of experience studying high-performing IT organizations.

    Join us for a discussion on culture, containers, and accelerating DevOps. Topics will include:
    - The trends.
    - The journey
    - The challenges.
    - The path to success
  • Embracing the Journey to Digital Executive Leadership [Live Panel]
    Embracing the Journey to Digital Executive Leadership [Live Panel] Margaret Dawson, VP Product Marketing, Red Hat Recorded: Oct 5 2017 74 mins
    Digital transformation is the journey all organizations must go through to compete and win in today’s economy. It includes fundamental changes across the business and information technology. The hallmark of digital transformation is that software differentiates in ways it never has before, and technology is no longer about running the business-instead it creates competitive advantage.

    To attain digital leadership requires embracing a new generation of technology that encompasses real-time decision platforms, cognitive systems, and the Internet of Things, as well as new processes and cultural perspectives. Digital leaders move fast and embrace disruption both internally and externally. No wonder 90% of CEOs are changing the way they use technology to be successful, according to IDC Research.

    Join this spotlight overview and hosted panel discussion to hear insights from top executives.
  • Modern Data Center Virtualization for Securing Tomorrow's Cloud Applications
    Modern Data Center Virtualization for Securing Tomorrow's Cloud Applications Jon Benedict, technical product marketing manager, Red Hat Virtualization Recorded: Aug 29 2017 64 mins
    Even with the advent of cloud and containers, virtualization will continue to be key to the efficient data center. But is your virtualization technology able to handle today’s demands for hybrid, modern applications?

    Red Hat® Virtualization provides the performance, security, and scale required for virtualized workloads that pave the way for streamlined operations, increased productivity, and ultimately more modern applications. Learn about approaches for consolidating, upgrading, or migrating virtualization resources and unifying and automating management of heterogeneous environments.

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  • Driving Change in IT Ops through Automation
    Driving Change in IT Ops through Automation Justin Nemmers, General Manager, Ansible by Red Hat Recorded: Aug 22 2017 68 mins
    Given the sheer pace of innovation and ever-increasing competition in today’s marketplace, organizations are leaning on the CIO more than ever before to lead a lean, agile enterprise. For IT teams, this has translated into delivering faster, at greater scale, and more efficiently.

    These same demands have also catalyzed a demand for new applications that are delivered both more nimbly and more quickly. This places further stress on the IT Operations team, as they are now tasked with providing a scalable, on-demand infrastructure that can service both developers and the business.

    As these expectations converge, IT leaders can no longer focus solely on a management strategy – they must also consider, “What is our automation strategy?” Red Hat and Intel are bring together senior IT executives from across industries for this webinar: Driving Change in IT Ops through Automation. Join us for a brief presentation that will explore how automation can help transform IT operations for the next generation of IT management, followed by a panel of senior IT executives as they discuss the challenges and best practices related to these topics and more.
  • The Foundation for Data Center Modernization and Open Source Operations
    The Foundation for Data Center Modernization and Open Source Operations Dan Courcy, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Andre Pitanga, Service Delivery Manager, Red Hat Recorded: Aug 17 2017 41 mins
    No matter what level of modernization you are evaluating, any effort should start with a solid foundation.

    A standardized environment based on an enterprise-ready, open source operating system like Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®, and a hardware platform based on Intel, is key to the modern data center.

    Learn how organizations like yours approached server consolidation projects and migrations from proprietary systems to Linux, to improve efficiency and create a consistent foundation for current and cloud-future IT environments.
  • Marrying DevOps and Virtualization for Better Deployment Automation
    Marrying DevOps and Virtualization for Better Deployment Automation Jon Benedict, technology evangelist, Red Hat; Moran Goldboim - senior technical product manager, Red Hat Recorded: Aug 3 2017 52 mins
    Virtualization configuration management should be an easy and automated process that allows your team to continuously deliver innovation. Furthermore, you need to be able to provide speed, efficiency, and security for the DevOps and virtualization administration teams with simple architecture and management tools.

    In this webinar, you'll learn how Red Hat® Virtualization and Ansible Tower by Red Hat can help your organization to:
    > Quickly and easily provision, deprovision, take inventory, and manage your virtual infrastructure.
    > Empower your non-administrative users to confidently and securely request and manage virtual resources using provided playbooks.
    > Provide flexibility and control while speeding up development.
    > Add new capabilities to your continuous integration, improving the cycle times and agility of your application teams.
  • Lessons Learned using Ceph for Cloud Infrastructure
    Lessons Learned using Ceph for Cloud Infrastructure Daniel Messer, Storage Business & Philip Williams, Principal Architect, Rackspace Recorded: Jun 22 2017 67 mins
    No matter what level of modernization you are evaluating, any effort should start with a solid foundation. A standardized environment based on enterprise-ready, open-source operating system—Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®—and a hardware platform based on Intel ® is key to the modern data center.

    Learn how organizations like yours approached server consolidation projects and migrations from proprietary systems to Linux® to improve efficiency, and create a consistent foundation across current and cloud-future IT environments.

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