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Digital Transformation and Innovation with Containers

Red HatⓇ know that time to market and providing first-class services to customers is more important now than ever before. With the rate of innovation in IT, organizations need to be able to respond to customer needs in days rather than months.
Containers and Kubernetes play an important role in enabling digital transformation for innovation, yet only 35% of businesses are currently using them in production, this is expected to grow to 75% by 2022 as the demand from developers for these solutions. But does Kubernetes alone give you what you need for a successful container platform?
Join this webinar with Red Hat to learn about the benefits of containers and how Red HatⓇ OpenShiftⓇ Container Platform can give you a competitive advantage.
Recorded Apr 23 2020 30 mins
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