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Multi-Cloud, Multi-Problems

Simplifying complex IT operations with automation & management

IT operations is more complex than ever before. Automation and management are critical to keep pace and deliver business results.

Join this webinar to learn how management, automation, and innovation address your hardest IT challenges:

> Improving processes, migrating apps for optimization, and providing a single language for DevOps practices using agentless IT automation
> Managing multicloud environments efficiently, securely, and with compliance to various standards
> Easily and quickly building, developing, and deploying in nearly any infrastructure—on premise, in a public cloud, or hosted
Recorded May 29 2018 60 mins
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Mike Dahlgren, Senior Cloud Solution Architect, Red Hat
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