Choosing how to build a hybrid cloud is perhaps the most strategic decision IT leaders will make this decade. It is a choice that will determine their organization’s competitiveness, flexibility, and IT economics for the next 10 years. Most organizations will have a hybrid and heterogeneous IT environment. Keeping such an environment from fracturing into isolated silos requires embracing openness across multiple dimensions. Fundamentally, an open hybrid cloud is about helping organizations across all industries.
Learn how an open hybrid cloud delivers on the full
strategic business value and promise of cloud computing:
Build new, composable, integrated cloud-native apps for new revenue streams.
Develop apps and respond to the market more quickly with DevOps agility.
Deploy on a scalable and flexible cloud infrastructure that quickly adapts to change.
Protect the business with management, security, and assurance capabilities.
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Configure and deploy Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform master hosts Configure and deploy OpenShift node hosts Deploy the OpenShift Container Platform authentication Manage OpenShift Container Platform resources Use OpenShift Container Platform to deploy applications
As digital adoption grows, automation is needed to ensure
deployments and security of distributed architectures. Inconsistent patching
and configurations are hard to manage in the complex and hybrid environment. As
the mixed environment grows, complexity and risk increase with reduced
visibility and control, making manual security and compliance monitoring more
difficult to control. When vulnerabilities are identified, it takes time to
resolve issues and automate fixes.
Red Hat provides advanced automation and management tools to
help you manage your infrastructure more effectively for security and
compliance in financial services:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Red Hat Ansible Automation
Red Hat Satellite
Red Hat Insights
Download this whitepaper to understand more and learn how you can automate all aspects if IT environments and processes with Red Hat Ansible courses, delivered by authorized and certified Red Hat trainers.
Digital business brings to mind innovative technologies. For
the majority of organizations, digital business means pivoting to a culture of
organizational agility, where the rapid pace of demand can only be satisfied by
faster and more flexible development and delivery models. As most organizations
do not have the luxury of completely rebuilding their technology foundation or
immediately adopting new practices and mindsets, they are embracing gradual yet
fundamental shifts in culture, processes, and technology to support greater
velocity and agility.
Learn the 8 steps to guide your journey to faster,
cloud-native application development for modern, digital business:
Step 1: Evolve a DevOps culture and practices
Step 2: Speed up existing applications using fast monoliths
Step 3: Use application services to speed up development
Step 4: Choose the right tool for the right task
Step 5: Provide self-service, on demand infrastructure
Step 6: Automate IT to accelerate application delivery
Step 7: Implement continuous delivery and advanced deployment techniques
Step 8: Evolve a more modular architecture
Download this e-book to understand the path to cloud-native applications in depth and learn how Red Hat OpenShift training can support your cloud-native application journey.
This report explores the state of security risk for Red Hat Products for calendar year 2016. We look at key metrics, specific vulnerabilities and the most common ways users of Red Hat Products were affected by security issues.
Our methodology is to look at the vulnerabilities we addressed and their severity, then look at which issues were of meaningful risk, and which were exploited.
We found roughly as many vulnerabilities in 2016 as in 2015, although the number of issues we found out about in advance of the vulnerability being public did drop slightly. The median embargo length for those was reduced to just 7 days, down from 13 in 2015.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is ushering in a new era of networked computing where advanced applications intelligently monitor and control remote sensors, mobile devices, and smart machines. The IoT blurs the line between traditional operational technology (OT) systems and information technology (IT) systems.
The IoT brings the ability to connect devices, systems, and applications to create a flexible, interoperable environment that includes components from the smallest devices to the largest data centers. Legacy machine-to-machine (M2M) systems—traditionally used for a single purpose and consisting of a single type of device or sensor and a single, pre-determined connectivity method—can now be re-invented or replaced by more powerful, continually evolving IoT solutions. Proprietary operational control systems are giving way to new, open solutions based on standard IT platforms and protocols. Continue reading “Bridging the Gap Between Operational Technology and Information Technology”