Failure to Iterate
The technology itself is changing and evolving rapidly. The inability to quickly iterate and consume changes in the products and tooling can put you far behind recent features and potentially cause a lot more rework or re-invention of features already in development. If you try to solve for everything on day one, the time it takes often can put you several versions behind and also could result in solving for scenarios that aren’t necessary at that moment, on both the Infrastructure and the development side.
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The Red Hat curriculum and certification team have been busy preparing for Red Hat Summit. We hope that you will plan to join us for as many of the training and certification activities as possible! The team will be located in the Partner Pavilion of the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Here are a few activities that we wanted to highlight so you can put them on your schedule:
Rest Services are becoming increasingly popular for connecting devices to the cloud as well as systems to each other. Do you want to get a Rest endpoint up quickly with minimal dependencies and a light footprint? Using the Camel Rest DSL requires minimal code for maximum result. Someone that knows the Rest DSL can set up a new project with a rest service very quickly.
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Did you know that DevOps roles are some of the highest-paying in the tech industry?
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Digital Transformation is about embracing the idea that every business is evolving into a technology business in order to compete in the digital economy. This means organizations must shift their mindset from “IT as a cost center” to “IT as an engine of innovation.” But implementing new technology is not enough – effective organizations prioritize the maturation of their people and processes to compete in the digital economy .
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I have always grounded Red Hat Global Services in three things: client success, deep expertise, and emerging technology adoption. In an effort to continue to drive success for our customers and business partners, we’re bringing back the Red Hat Consulting Discovery Series this year at Red Hat Summit in Boston. Attendees will once again have the opportunity to meet with our subject matter experts in an interactive whiteboarding environment, getting a glimpse into the way services delivers value and takes businesses to the next level.
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Red Hat Training and Certification is extending the period for which many Red Hat certifications will be considered current.
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At the Red Hat Open Innovation Labs, we’re excited about the theme for this year’s Red Hat Summit, the Power of the Individual. It’s a theme that drives us on the Labs team every day as we execute on our mission to accelerate the delivery of our customer’s innovative ideas. A key element of our success to date has been to build and maintain a DevOps culture, which is why we’re presenting a session at Red Hat Summit called “The Open Innovation Labs DevOps Experience.” We’ll discuss the key behaviors and processes we’ve put into place, how we’re using tools like Ansible and OpenShift, and ultimately how this leads to an immersive experience we can offer to your team.
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