The long-term business value of introducing cloud infrastructure to the enterprise remains clear and uncontested. Standardizing and automating to a cloud infrastructure leads to a reduction in TCO and yields a high-performing, cost-effective and a stable platform that accelerates innovation. Yet, we continue to hear of the same challenges as businesses tackle a migration to the cloud, from the struggle to rapidly provision systems, to scaling cloud computing environments that didn’t quite serve the requirements of business users.
Communities are at the core of everything that Red Hat does. That’s no secret. What is also no secret is how innovation originates in these communities — open source communities, specifically – to fundamentally change the way people collaborate to solve business problems. It’s about finding a better way to address a common challenge, together.
A fresh take on a core course in our Red Hat Enterprise Linux portfolio was introduced in late March 2016. Red Hat Enterprise Linux Diagnostics and Troubleshooting (RH342), a four day course, and a replacement and complete rewrite of our former “Red Hat Enterprise Linux Troubleshooting” (RH242) course which was available on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 6.
Business agility requires the ability to develop and deploy apps, quickly, efficiently, and in a streamlined manner. Microservices, for many, is the desired application development framework to meet this need, with Continuous Delivery (CD) the deployment pipeline to support.
Join us at the OpenStack Summit in Austin, Texas April 27th or April 28th for an all-day training session on Red Hat® OpenStack® Platform Director.
Join in on Thursday, April 28, 2016 for a webinar on “Getting started with Ansible playbooks”.