This technical workshop will provide you with a high level introduction to our new Helm chart certification for OpenShift, and will walk you through the steps to getting your software Red Hat certified.
Built for technology partners, this is the fourth technical workshop that's part of a series on getting your software running and certified on a Red Hat platform - in this case Red Hat OpenShift.
Now you can extend automation to ServiceNow IT Service Management (ITSM) solutions to help your customers drive agility and accountability. As customers look for increasing levels of speed and efficiency in ITSM, automation plays a key role. Red Hat has certified a new Content Collection, called the Red Hat Ansible Certified Content Collection for ServiceNow. Together with Ansible, your ServiceNow solutions become “stickier” creating a stronger ecosystem in your customer accounts.
With this new Collection, customers can leverage the great benefits of IT automation for incident, problem and change management requests and ensure a “single source of truth” in the ServiceNow configuration management database. Through this solution, partners add significant value to customers by supporting ITSM automation use cases, while also expanding the automation footprint in new and existing accounts.
Join us for the Connect ISV Webinar for Ansible on May 26th at 11am EST to learn more about how customers leverage content collections and how you can take advantage of this new ServiceNow Content Collection.
This talk will provide high level technical look at the Red Hat Enterprise Linux certification program that we have in place today for Build Partners. A general look at what's involved from the workflow perspective for getting certified.
Review the new features and capabilities available in the latest release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, 8.4 beta. Hosted by the RHEL team, this webinar will focus on the technical updates provided as part of this new release. The official 8.4 release will happen in the near future.
This is a technical introduction at the Kubernetes Operator certification that we have in place today for Build Partners. This will include a look at some recommended tools and explain what's involved to get your software certified.
An Operator puts operational knowledge into managing the entire lifecycle of an application. Operators implement and automate common Day-1 (installation, configuration, etc.) and Day-2 (re-configuration, update, backup, failover, restore, etc.) activities. by integrating natively with Kubernetes concepts and APIs. We call this a Kubernetes-native application. This session will focus on how to build Day-2 Operators, and explain how you and your customers can benefit from them.
Red Hat Partner Connect offers technology partners many co-marketing activities that are aligned with the various Red Hat software certifications including: Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat OpenStack, and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform (either containers or Operators), and others.
Join this call to learn how you can co-market with Red Hat to drive business. You'll learn about building co-branded podcasts, webinars, collateral, and more. This webinar is for Partner Connect members that have (or will have) a Red Hat certified product.
Quarkus is a Kubernetes-native Java stack tailored for GraalVM, Mandrel and HotSpot, crafted from best-of-breed Java libraries and standards. This disruptive technology combines developer productivity capabilities with runtime efficiency that rivals or exceeds that of Go or Node.js, optimizing Java for modern applications based on microservices and serverless architectures.
In this session, learn what Quarkus is and how it has been proven to significantly increase developer productivity while reducing operational costs. You'll also learn more about the Quarkus ecosystem and how it can help you accelerate adoption of applications through its large ecosystem of extensions.
What's Ansible? Can I automate my company's platform with it? How can I develop Ansible content and then get it certified? This webinar introduces Ansible to existing Red Hat technology partners and provides the knowledge to get started in developing Ansible Collections and then certifying them for joint customers.
Edge is a hot topic these days. Learn how these new features of Red Hat Enterprise Linux can be used for your Edge deployments: quick image generation, efficient over-the-air updates, and intelligent updates. Join to learn more.
Review the new features and capabilities available in the latest release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, 8.3. Hosted by the RHEL team, this webinar will focus on the technical updates provided as part of this new release.
Paul Edwards, IDC; Matthew Marden, IDC; Mike Guerette, Red Hat
The Red Hat Partner Connect team is excited to share a new IDC research paper: Build Partners Improve Business Results Through Red Hat Certification of Their Software.
Watch this live webinar where the two IDC authors of this paper will explain the methodology and results of partnering with Red Hat, including:
- 49% higher revenue for Red Hat certified software
- 19% improvement in win rate
- 17% faster time-to-market
In this webinar, attendees will see how to configure additional repositories and install RPM packaged software into a container image. We will be using the Red Hat Universal Base Image (UBI) as well as the Open Container Initiative standard compliant Red Hat Container Tools. The result will be a container image with a 3rd party application installed within it.
Join us for this Red Hat Partner Connect Live webinar where Red Hat experts will introduce these new key features for OpenShift 4.5 including: OpenShift virtualization now GA, VMware vSphere (IPI) support, Knative event sources in Dev Console, Monitor application workloads (Tech preview), Helm Chart upgrade, rollback and uninstall, much more.
Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces (based on Eclipse Che) is a cloud-native development platform included with Red Hat OpenShift. In this session, Eric will discuss key benefits including: easy to set-up and configure a standardized dev platform, faster time to development, how this is a better alternative to VDI.
Red Hat OpenShift 4.4 is now generally available and includes many important operational and developer enhancements. Join this Red Hat Partner Connect Live webinar to learn about this release including: HA Proxy 2.0, full virtualization support, Helm 3, serverless, Pipelines, and cost management integration.
Once your operators are built, you can test and deploy them using Operator Lifecycle Manager (OLM) from OperatorHub. If you want to test this out yourself, follow along using a test OpenShift cluster provided by OpenShift Playground.
Red Hat Partner Connect is a free program for software companies that want to run and certify their software on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat OpenShift, and other platforms. Join this channel for technical information and How-to's for building and certifying on our Red Hat platforms.