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.
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.
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migration from TIBCO to Red Hat JBoss Fuse with a Midwestern energy company, whose productivity was being drained by an outdated, unsupported version of TIBCO middleware.
A few years ago, I was invited to join a debate forum belonging to a group of companies that despite not being involved with the financial segment, discussed the workings of each other’s internal controls areas, SOX compliance and benchmarking practices.
First of all, why were BPM and EA specialists invited to this forum, and second, why am I publishing matters of internal controls in a BPM area that contributes to the subjects of Enterprise Architecture?
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.