If you have been thinking that software-defined storage (SDS) can only be used in an OpenStack environment, think again. Storage for OpenStack only represents a tiny fraction of the multi-billion dollar enterprise and cloud storage market. Just about any industry, government, defense, satellite imagery, medical imagery, media and more has incredibly large storage needs that are growing exponentially every year.
Before the arrival of SDS, the only choice organizations had was to invest in expensive storage appliances, and to keep investing in more and more of them whenever they needed to accommodate exploding data storage needs.
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There is only a little over two weeks left to submit nominations for the Red Hat Certified Professional of the Year for 2017.
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Build your skills on Red Hat technologies while eliminating travel costs and time out of the office.
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Join us for a free, webinar on Thursday, January 26, 2017 on bare-metal PXE provisioning using Red Hat Satellite.
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Looking back on 2016, the year has yielded a vast amount of content surrounding innovative and emerging technologies. Here are a few of the Red Hat Open Innovation Labs favorites that are sure to last beyond the average New Year’s resolution.
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Red Hat is accepting nominations for the Red Hat Certified Professional of the Year contest for 2017 starting on December 1, 2016 and will continue accepting them through February 17, 2017.
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That’s right! Red Hat Training and Certification has released a brand new, free course on Ansible and Ansible automation.
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