How to Make the Case to Management: Paying for Open Source
A Red Hat subscription gives you access to enterprise-ready open source innovations to help you along your digital transformation. However, your management might ask, "Why are we paying for open source?"
Watch this session from Red Hat Summit, Daniel Pacek and Lauren Stranch, Red Hat, discuss how to effectively make the case for your Red Hat subscription so your management and procurement teams understand the value of their investment - including access to the latest technologies, expert knowledge, continuous security, and participation in the open source community.
RecordedJun 25 201935 mins
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Tim Appnel, Ansible Senior Product Manager, Red Hat
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• AWS CloudWatch to gather metrics for additional components/services.
• Grafana to centralize from multiple sources and visualize all of the cluster metrics.
• Prometheus Alert Manager to report on the health of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
• Slack to notify the operations team.
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•The Red Hat IT standard development and deployment pattern.
•How to automate your CI/CD delivery pipeline, from merge request to release.
•How to implement basic supply chain security to support application integrity.
•How we deal with security and change management requirements.
•The tools and processes needed to implement this model.
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Ajay Chenampara, Senior Specialist Solutions Architect, Ansible Network Automation, Red Hat & Andrius Benokraitis, Principal
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Ales Raszka, Software Engineer, Red Hat and Stanislav Ochotnicky, Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
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In this webinar, we’ll cover:
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•Phases of the example migration.
Mike Barrett, Rob Szumski, Marc Curry, Brian 'Redbeard' Harrington, Tushar Katarki
OpenShift roadmap: What the next year means to you, to us, and the industry
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Justin Boitano, Senior Director of Product, NVIDIA
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Finally, we will demonstrate how enterprises can use vGPU for delivering interactive apps via VDI.
Tejas Shah, Azure Data Services, Microsoft | Louis Imershein, Red Hat
SQL Server 2019 is a modern data platform for developers and organizations to build data-driven applications for Red Hat Enterprise Linux. In this session, we'll discuss the new capabilities of SQL Server 2019 and describe how Microsoft is using the very latest Red Hat Enterprise Linux features with its newest SQL Server release to enhance security, expand scalability, and increase performance while providing exciting new data virtualization capabilities.
Tejas Shah - Senior Program Manager, SQL Tiger Team - Azure Data Services, Microsoft
Louis Imershein - Principal Product Manager, Red Hat
David Duncan, Amazon Web Services | Arne Arnold, Red Hat
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David Duncan - AWS Partner Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services & Arne Arnold - Principal Product Manager, Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP Solutions, Red Hat
Maxim Burgerhout - Principal Solution Architect, Red Hat
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This feature gives you access to more modern programming languages and their respective versions on a familiar Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform, built with security in mind.
Vijay Chebolu, Red Hat | Julio Villarreal Pelegrino, Red Hat
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However, in order to free yourself from expensive, proprietary software, a strategic approach is needed with full support in every step of the transition.
During this session, learn how Red Hat Consulting helps customers adapt to change, enhance IT performance, and increase business agility - all at a greatly reduced cost.
Vijay Chebolu - Director, Cloud Practice, Red Hat & Julio Villarreal Pelegrino - Chief Architect, Cloud & Infrastructure, Red Hat
Denise Dumas - Vice President, Software Engineering, Red Hat
Operating systems are dead! Not really. They continue to grow in importance and take on different roles in the digital transformation journey. Come learn how Red Hat Enterprise Linux is defining how operating systems will be built, delivered, and used for the next 20 years.
Pete Hnath - Senior Director, Curriculum Development, Red Hat
Hybrid cloud, DevOps, automation and containerization are all contributing to changes in the Linux Administrator job role. The release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 offers tools and resources to capitalize on these technology trends but requires continued investment in team enablement, often without the ability to take people out of the data center.
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You'll also hear about how the flagship Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) certification and curriculum has evolved to align with changes to the job role, placing an emphasis on automation using Ansible and cloud-ready skills.
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Michael McGrath - Senior Director, Software Engineering Global, Red Hat & Siddharth Nagar - Manager, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Release Product Management, Red Hat
IDC Senior Vice President, John Gantz, will discuss IDC’s recent research on the economic impact of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and the ecosystem of products and services that run on or complement it. The IDC study looked at the size and scope of the RHEL ecosystem, its impact on various business functions, from customer support and research and development to supply chain management and general IT infrastructure.
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Jakub Paulovic, Associate Project Manager, Red Hat and Adam Ormandy, Associate Software Engineer, Red Hat
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Join this webinar, the first of 3 episodes, to learn how Red Hat's DevOps team uses Ansible and Red Hat® Ansible Tower to automate:
•Workflows using integration with other systems.
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.
How to Make the Case to Management: Paying for Open SourceDan Pacek, Competitive Intelligence/Market Analyst, Red Hat and Lauren Stranch, Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat[[ webcastStartDate * 1000 | amDateFormat: 'MMM D YYYY h:mm a' ]]35 mins