The following is not an unfamiliar story and it’s something that the Architects in Emerging Technology Practices of Red Hat Consulting see on a regular basis. Technology choice which is based on ease of use, availability or specific functionality is not always the best approach within a large enterprise.
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Why should you keep your Red Hat certifications current? In a two part series, Director of Certification, Randy Russell, will tell you why and how to stay current. Part 2 of 2.
Why should you keep your Red Hat certifications current? In a two part series, Director of Certification, Randy Russell, will tell you why and how to stay current. Part 1 of 2.
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Join us on Thursday, August 25th, 2016 to participate in a free webinar that will introduce you to the OpenStack® Heat orchestration service.
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Paradoxically, there has never been a better or more confusing time to discuss which platform is most appropriate for a given workload. As we seek to solve problems around automation, continuous integration / continuous delivery, ease of upgrades, operational complexity, uptime, compliance, and many other complex issues – it quickly becomes clear that there are more than a few viable options. Making matters worse – there is too much focus on the “how” (to adopt a given platform) and not enough focus onthe “why”. To this end, I’d like to address more of the “why” in an attempt to better influence the “how”.
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