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  • OpenDemo: Network Automation with Ansible
    OpenDemo: Network Automation with Ansible Eric McLeroy, Senior Solution Architect, Red Hat Recorded: Sep 20 2018 56 mins
    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.
    The original airdate of this demo was Sept. 18.
  • The great escape: Migrating to a modern virtualized environment
    The great escape: Migrating to a modern virtualized environment Bill Helgeson, senior principal domain architect, Red Hat; Matt Nolan, senior cloud architect, Red Hat Recorded: Sep 20 2018 39 mins
    As organizations face pressure to reduce operational costs and become more agile, it's critical that IT support a diverse environment, where traditional applications can coexist with dynamic and cloud-native applications. However, transitioning from legacy, proprietary infrastructure to a managed cloud infrastructure that consists of both traditional and modern components can be daunting.
    In this webinar, we'll discuss an approach to radically simplify the process of migrating workloads from legacy platforms. Specifically, we’ll cover:
    > Methods for building a robust, flexible computing infrastructure to lower total cost of ownership (TCO), improve provisioning time, deliver services faster, and streamline processes.
    > Best practices for organizing workloads into manageable groups and automating migration in a policy-driven manner using Red Hat® Virtualization, Red Hat CloudForms® , and Red Hat Ansible® Automation.
    > How several customers have successfully solved this problem, reduced transition costs, and increased control of their environment.
  • OpenDemo: Ansible Tower
    OpenDemo: Ansible Tower Michael Ford, Senior Specialist Solution Architect, Red Hat Recorded: Sep 19 2018 59 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.
  • DevOps and Hybrid Applications: What You Need to Know (w/Demo)
    DevOps and Hybrid Applications: What You Need to Know (w/Demo) Siamak Sadeghianfar, Technical Marketing Manager, OpenShift, Red Hat Recorded: Sep 18 2018 34 mins
    If you’re thinking about automation and Kubernetes, don't miss this 33 minute presentation and demo.

    Although continuous delivery (CD) and DevOps are growing in popularity, there is not much practical information available about how to get started and build automated pipelines across containers and traditional infrastructure. Particularly, most applications today follow the hybrid model, combining components deployed on containers with services that run on virtual machines (VMs) or public cloud services provided by Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure.

    In this presentation, we’ll provide an overview on how to automate software delivery for hybrid applications that stretch over containers, VMs, and public clouds—from source code commit to deployment in production using Jenkins, Red Hat OpenShift, and Red Hat Ansible Automation—from the ground up. We’ll cover the basics around continuous delivery and DevOps concepts. However, no previous experience with these practices is required.
  • Key considerations of an effective cloud strategy
    Key considerations of an effective cloud strategy Matt Nolan Senior cloud architect, Cloud Infrastruct Practice, Red Hat Stephane Lefrere Director, Cloud Infrastructure Pra Recorded: Sep 13 2018 40 mins
    One of the most pressing questions enterprises have 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 about security and compliance requirements, balancing the needs of developers, and the existing infrastructure implementations.
    In this webinar, we’ll identify multiple considerations you’ll face when you start thinking about your cloud strategy, and we'll walk through managing those critical choices. We’ll cover how to:
    > Evaluate the best mix of private and public cloud options for your business.
    > Prioritize services for your developers and end users.
    > Identify new approaches to freedom of choice, mobility, and accelerating service delivery.
    > Define a cloud strategy that accelerates delivering new applications and innovative solutions.
  • OpenDemo: Network Automation with Ansible
    OpenDemo: Network Automation with Ansible Eric McLeroy, senior solution architect, Red Hat Recorded: Sep 4 2018 54 mins
    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.
  • How to automate system remediation across your Red Hat infrastructure
    How to automate system remediation across your Red Hat infrastructure Will Nix, Principal Technical Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat Terry Bowling, Senior Technology Product Manager, Red Hat Recorded: Aug 28 2018 51 mins
    Enterprise-grade management and automation is no longer just a nice-to-have feature. To stay competitive, you need to easily configure, manage, and maintain your infrastructure by automating as many tasks as you can.
    In this webinar, we'll teach you how to:
    > Make infrastructure configuration easier.
    > Simplify and automate infrastructure management.
    > Use a single set of supported tools to manage and maintain infrastructures based on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® versions 6 & 7.

    You'll also see a demo of how system roles have been integrated into Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 and how Ansible Tower by Red Hat can help you automate many of your existing management processes.
  • Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Techniques for Service Providers
    Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Techniques for Service Providers Prasanna Sivaramakrishnan Senior Solutions Architect, Red Hat Recorded: Aug 23 2018 54 mins
    The vast amount of data assets generated by Networks, Users, Traffic and Devices has generated monetization opportunities in the Telco Domain. Daily human interaction with telecommunication networks and services of all kinds contain unconnected gems of information which, when correctly interpreted, reveal how people behave and interact. Machine Learning technologies can be put to good use to reveal how all this information fits into relevant patterns.

    In this session you will learn about the following:
    > Brief Overview of AI and ML
    > Different types of ML Techniques and how to apply them
    > A look at projects such as Jupyter Notebook and Tensorflow and relevance to IoT
  • Data management platform consolidation with enterprise Linux
    Data management platform consolidation with enterprise Linux Ashish Nadkarni, program vice president, Worldwide Infrastructure Practice, IDC Jennifer LuPiba, product mktg, Red Hat Recorded: Aug 21 2018 47 mins
    Modern businesses depend on their applications. Databases that support these applications must deliver high performance and increased stability to meet business requirements for reliability, availability, and end-to-end security. IT should select an appropriate database management system (DBMS) and operating system environment (OSE) for enterprise-wide consolidation. A tried and trusted DBMS platform matched with an equally proven commercial Linux® OS is valuable to the entire application stack.

    Join IDC and Red Hat to learn about:
    > Application modernization and data management.
    > The role of Linux in enterprise application strategy.
    > How the choice of DBMS and OSE influences scalability and reliability of the overall stack.
    > How Red Hat® Enterprise Linux and Microsoft SQL Server 2017 deliver a highly available and reliable foundation for database operations.
    > The benefits of bringing together product development expertise, investments in cloud platforms and services, and the support and services of Red Hat and Microsoft.
  • A modern approach to traditional network-attached storage appliances
    A modern approach to traditional network-attached storage appliances Will McGrath, storage partner marketing manager, Red Hat Recorded: Aug 7 2018 48 mins
    Large enterprises have been using traditional network-attached storage (NAS) appliances since the early 1990s. Many are now considering optimizing their IT datacenters through newer technologies such as software-defined storage (SDS), which lets you build an elastic, scale-out storage infrastructure at a fraction of the cost of traditional appliances.
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    In this webinar, you’ll learn how to:
    - Simplify the adoption of open SDS with Red Hat® Storage One, which combines the capabilities of Red Hat Gluster® Storage and Red Hat Ansible® Automation.
    - Optimize IT infrastructure by modernizing storage.
    - Reduce costs by using x86 servers in place of traditional NAS appliances.

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