Learn how Red Hat can help change the economics of IT.
Bridging conventional and agile IT, Red Hat brings a portfolio of open, flexible, heterogeneous solutions that already power the world’s most successful, innovative companies. Open platforms, open management and open application development are the keys to funding the acceleration of game-changing digital strategies.
Dan Courcy, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Andre Pitanga, Service Delivery Manager, Red Hat
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.
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.
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.
Deploying open, software-defined scale-out storage solutions to industry standard Intel ® servers can allow you to easily manage unstructured data for physical, virtual, and cloud environments. Learn how you can benefit from added business agility and cost efficiencies by comparing traditional, monolithic storage to seamlessly scalable software-defined storage with Red Hat Gluster Storage - without sacrificing the durability, security, and performance you require from enterprise grade storage.
Join this webinar with Research Vice President Al Sadowski of 451 Research as he presents four distinct use cases of how different organizations are using OpenStack.
From building private cloud environments that provide public cloud services, to virtualizing network functions, to operating as a platform for deploying and managing containers at scale, the opportunities are endless.
In this webinar, we'll discuss the crucial role automation plays at various levels, including the infrastructure level, the virtual machine level, and the container level. Topics will include:
- How containers can be part of your DevOps transition
- Providing resources and consuming resources and the importance of each
- Why you need automation at all layers
- Two products that can help you achieve this
- What role OpenStack® plays and what role OpenShift plays
- Examples of customers who are already doing this
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In this webinar, we'll prepare web and application developers to build applications using containers, Kubernetes, and OpenShift.
- A short introduction to containers and Kubernetes, which are the foundation of OpenShift.
- Using hands-on exercises, a walk through a variety of applications and uses cases for OpenShift.
- How easy it can be to deploy your pre-built containers and how health checks to OpenShift can heal your application.
- Digging into build containers just using a git repository, see an easy application scaling, and do some A/B deployment
- A complete microservice application with database and polyglot back-end services.
You bring your curiosity and willingness to code, and we'll teach you all you need to go home and start building pure awesomeness on OpenShift.
Container-native storage offers developers the ability to dynamically provision storage for their modern applications. With the release of Red Hat® OpenShift Container Platform 3.5, enterprises now have the option of persisting their container registry on Red Hat Gluster Storage.
In this webinar, you'll learn from a Red Hat expert how:
- To make container registries persistent.
- Advanced data services, like asynchronous geo-replication, are natively supported.
- The advanced data services can be used to provide better disaster recovery.
- To optimize day-2 management operations for container storage.
Predictive analysis, mass provisioning, and building large, scalable clouds can all happen more quickly, less expensively, and with less risk when it's on the right infrastructure.
In this webinar you'll learn:
How to stair-step from simple digitization to innovation.
How to become bimodal—an environment with both traditional and emerging technologies.
How being bimodal makes you more agile and better able to align with your business priorities.
You'll leave this webinar knowing why the right infrastructure—Red Hat® Cloud Infrastructure, which includes Red Hat Insights and Red Hat CloudForms—is your stairway to the cloud.
In the next 2 years, over 90% of organizations will make net new investments in technologies, like containers, that facilitate DevOps. But as more organizations consider container adoption, a sound approach to workload migration is necessary to ensure the successful introduction of a container-based Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS).
In this webinar, you'll learn the essentials for building a successful container migration strategy, including how to:
-Evaluate and understand the value and impact of PaaS in your organization
-Devise a migration vetting process
-Create a migration plan to optimize business value
-Use lessons learned from other organizations
If you have invested time in building Ansible infrastructure and knowledge, it makes sense to get as much out of that investment as possible. That's why we created the Ansible Container project—to help you move from the world of Ansible to the world of OpenShift.
Join this session to learn:
1. The conceptual similarities between Ansible roles and microservices.
2. The proper construction of an Ansible role to be deployable to VMs or containers.
3. The usage of Ansible Container to turn Ansible roles into container images.
4. How to integrate Ansible Container and OpenShift seamlessly.