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  • Design your hybrid cloud for the end user - or fail
    Design your hybrid cloud for the end user - or fail
    Cameron Wyatt and Ian Tewksbury, Red Hat Recorded: Dec 13 2018 52 mins
    The usual approach to beginning business transformation lies with the cloud, and the benefits of a hybrid cloud are clear and uncontested. So why is it that so many enterprises struggle to adopt this exceedingly prevalent technology? Historically, the problem has been an exclusive focus on the tools instead of the people using the tools.

    In this webinar, we we'll discuss why it's imperative in today’s IT landscape to keep the end user as your primary focus when designing and implementing your hybrid cloud.

    We'll cover:
    - How to build your cloud incrementally to accommodate future fixes and enhancements.
    - Why you need to consider your existing policies and procedures when defining your new cloud experience.
    - How to iteratively design and implement a successful hybrid cloud experience.

    Featuring:
    Cameron Wyatt, Consulting Architect, Red Hat Consulting, Red Hat
    Ian Tewksbury, Consulting Architect, Red Hat Consulting, Red Hat
  • Reduce costs and improve performance of your Epic EMR
    Reduce costs and improve performance of your Epic EMR
    Chris Gough, Chief Solution Architect, Health and Life Sciences, Intel Craig Klein, Managing Director for Healthcare, Red Hat Recorded: Dec 6 2018 39 mins
    Today’s healthcare environment requires that technology professionals have a constant focus on reduced costs without compromising performance or patient care. IT departments not only operate under increased budget pressures, but they must deliver new solutions for value-based care reimbursement models, population health management, and digital and mobile health applications. Optimizing IT infrastructure is necessary to free up resources to focus on key initiatives.

    Red Hat and Intel offer a hardware and software solution that is built on open standards for your Epic system infrastructure. It features cost-effective performance that allows all aspects of your Epic software to run at peak levels. This degree of performance, combined with immense scalability, leaves room for future Epic functionality so you can easily adopt new features and expand your environment as business grows.

    Join this webinar to hear how your IT organization can:
    - Reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) by up to 65%.
    - Achieve 37% or more greater performance.
    - Easily adopt new features and expand your environment as business grows.
    - Safely and confidently migrate your Epic environment with our trusted conversion services.
  • The end of the iron age: Building a private cloud infrastructure
    The end of the iron age: Building a private cloud infrastructure
    Julio Villarreal Pelegrino, Sr. Principal Consulting Architect, Red Hat and Stephane Lefrere, Director, Cloud Infrastructure Recorded: Dec 5 2018 59 mins
    It’s no secret that IT leaders have many factors to consider when choosing the right infrastructure for the business. Organizations are often bogged down by security policies, budgets, and compliance requirements, as well as expanding workloads that require additional support. Private infrastructure is often considered when businesses inevitably reach the limits of their hard-wired and virtual infrastructures. But, implementing a private cloud infrastructure can be a daunting task.

    In this webinar, we’ll discuss the keys to successfully embarking on a private cloud journey and the benefits of creating a secure, modern infrastructure.

    Topics in this session include:
    - How organizations are using existing services and resources while transitioning to the cloud.
    - How you can use infrastructure-as-code concepts to provide self-service and automation for increased productivity and agility while reducing costs.
    - What a typical private and hybrid cloud journey looks like and how it might modify your organization IT’s landscape
  • Growing the HPC ecosystem with open technologies
    Growing the HPC ecosystem with open technologies
    E. G. Nadhan, Chief Technology Strategist, Central Region, Red Hat & Dave Montana, Business Development Manager, Red Hat Recorded: Nov 30 2018 33 mins
    In the coming decade, the distinctions between high-performance computing (HPC) and general-purpose enterprise computing will continue to dissipate. In place of monolithic, on premise supercomputers, the industry will continue to move toward more flexible infrastructure based on open standards, with workloads decoupled from specific hardware.

    This trend will be enabled by technologies associated with mainstream enterprises, as opposed to proprietary, special-purpose ones. In particular, open source approaches to hybrid cloud and virtualization, using both containers and hypervisors, will deliver economic advantages as organizations apply HPC capabilities to distill insights from big data.
    Join this webinar to hear how this shift can deliver greater value from data while making your HPC environment more flexible.

    Topics will include:
    - Adding flexibility while introducing very low levels of overhead.
    - Increasing the efficiency and cost effectiveness of virtualization.
    - Delivering the benefits of a true open source solution with high performance and security.
  • OpenDemo: Ansible Tower Nov 26
    OpenDemo: Ansible Tower Nov 26
    David Medberry, Senior Solutions Architect, Red Hat Recorded: Nov 29 2018 66 mins
    Ansible Tower by Red Hat helps you scale IT automation, manage complex deployments and speed productivity. Centralize and control your IT infrastructure with a visual dashboard, role-based access control, job scheduling, integrated notifications and graphical inventory management. And Tower's REST API and CLI make it easy to embed Tower into existing tools and processes.
  • Windows Automation with Ansible November 19
    Windows Automation with Ansible November 19
    Orcun Atakan, Senior Solution Architect, Red Hat Recorded: Nov 28 2018 58 mins
    It's hard to find a homogeneous IT stack nowadays. You may have a Linux server farm, but an AD cluster providing identity. Or you have a cross-platform build environment that builds your software for multiple different targets. Your management and automation tools need to be able to handle multiple, vastly different targets - Linux, Unix, networking, cloud services, and Windows.

    The original airdate for this demo was November 19, 2018.
  • Reduce costs and improve performance of your Epic EMR
    Reduce costs and improve performance of your Epic EMR
    Chris Gough, Chief Solution Architect, Health and Life Sciences, Intel Craig Klein, Managing Director for Healthcare, Red Hat Recorded: Nov 15 2018 39 mins
    Today’s healthcare environment requires that technology professionals have a constant focus on reduced costs without compromising performance or patient care. IT departments not only operate under increased budget pressures, but they must deliver new solutions for value-based care reimbursement models, population health management, and digital and mobile health applications. Optimizing IT infrastructure is necessary to free up resources to focus on key initiatives.

    Red Hat and Intel offer a hardware and software solution that is built on open standards for your Epic system infrastructure. It features cost-effective performance that allows all aspects of your Epic software to run at peak levels. This degree of performance, combined with immense scalability, leaves room for future Epic functionality so you can easily adopt new features and expand your environment as business grows.

    Join this webinar to hear how your IT organization can:
    - Reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) by up to 65%.
    - Achieve 37% or more greater performance.
    - Easily adopt new features and expand your environment as business grows.
    - Safely and confidently migrate your Epic environment with our trusted conversion services.
  • Ansible Q&A Panel
    Ansible Q&A Panel
    Sam Doran, Chris Short, Michelle Perz & Tim Appnel, Red Hat Recorded: Nov 14 2018 34 mins
    Our panel of experts wraps up Ansible Automates with a live Q&A from the audience.

    Sam Doran, Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
    Chris Short, Principal Product Marketing Manager, Ansible, Red Hat
    Michelle Perz, Ansible Support Manager, Red Hat
    Tim Appnel, Senior Product Manager, Ansible Automation, Red Hat
  • Enterprise-Grade Ansible
    Enterprise-Grade Ansible
    Michelle Perz, Ansible Support Manager, Red Hat Recorded: Nov 14 2018 31 mins
    As you introduce Ansible into your organization there are additional requirements to make running Ansible ‘Enterprise Grade’. This session is a live demo of some of key use cases for Ansible in the Enterprise. You will get to see Ansible Tower with a specific focus on Application Lifecycle Management.
  • Network Automation with Ansible
    Network Automation with Ansible
    Sam Doran, Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat Recorded: Nov 14 2018 22 mins
    Networks are integral parts of IT enterprises, yet true automation of the network stack is nearly non-existent. When organizations are automating networks, they’re using proprietary vendor-specific tooling that requires significant training to use.

    Ansible’s simple automation framework means that previously isolated network administrators can finally speak the same language of automation as the rest of the IT organization, extending the capabilities of Ansible to include native support for both legacy and open network infrastructure devices. Network devices and systems can now be included in an organization's overall automation strategy for a holistic approach to application workload management.

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