Sachin Shridhar, Red Hat’s VP of Pre-sales and Consulting Services in Asia Pacific, spoke with Enterprise IT News around the mindset challenge: building for basics or transformation. This article is written by Cat Yong and was original posted on Enterprise IT News’s website.
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What follows here is a short write-up of our experiences from running OpenShift on OpenStack. Inspiration for writing this blog and highlighting the need for it is credited to Alberto Garcia Moyano.
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It is only on rare occasions that you get the benefit of experiencing yourself the message you are delivering as a speaker at a conference. The Gartner ITXPO Symposium where I delivered the session on Technology Innovation driving Business Differentiation was one such occasion. Even though I had submitted an abstract about my session several weeks back, the actual content of my presentation continued to grow and take shape even after the conference keynotes had been delivered. For you see, Collaboration — as Gartner asserts — drives the best form of innovation. Let us just say, that the environment at the Gartner conference was such that there was a continuous injection of innovative themes, ideas and concepts that resulted in thought provoking interactions — including a casual conversation I had with Chief Gartner Fellow, Daryl Plummer who delivered one of the keynotes.
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This article was originally posted on OpenSourceArchitects.org.
What is an SOE?
Modern IT departments face huge changes in the way they deploy and maintain servers. When I first entered the industry, UNIX, and hence Linux servers were in the parlance of cloud workloads, ‘pets’: few in number, lovingly tended machines that were individually configured and maintained by hand. They often ran many workloads at the same time (mail server, file server, database, shell accounts) on expensive hardware. A typical ratio of system administrators to servers might be 1:10 yet hardware costs, rather than labour, accounted for the greatest share of the IT department’s budget.
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The Red Hat EMEA Training Team hosted the 2016 Training Partner Conference in Rome on September 29th, 2016 through October 1st, 2016. Over the course of the three days, over 115 EMEA training partners, resellers and instructors gathered for keynote and break-out sessions held by global and regional leaders, fellow partners and emerging technology specialists.
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Welcome to our monthly series of blinded stories to highlight how customers are using Red Hat solutions to address business challenges and promote innovation.
This month highlights a migration from TIBCO to Red Hat JBoss Fuse with a Midwestern energy company, whose productivity was being drained by an outdated, unsupported version of TIBCO middleware.
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