Kogito is a cloud-native business automation framework for building intelligent business applications. It is based on battle-tested runtime components (like Drools, jBPM, OptaPlanner), and it allows the development of process and business rules centric cloud-native applications for orchestrating distributed microservices and container-native applications. It takes advantage of the many benefits of the container-native platforms (like Kubernetes, OpenShift) as it was designed from the ground up for those platforms.
Some of the distinguishing characteristics of Kogito are as follows:
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Ansible Tower is a powerful system for managing and running Ansible tasks. But the process of configuring projects, jobs, and inventories can often be an arduous and manual process. Using some simple tools, we can automate the automation and begin to embrace GitOps fully.
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Red Hat® Process Automation Manager is a platform for developing containerized microservices and applications that automate business decisions and processes. A critical piece of a business process system is having real-time insights into what is happening, and both monitoring KPI metrics and responding to problem trends is an integral part of operations.
In this video, we will take a look at how we can enable integration with Elasticsearch on a Red Hat® OpenShift environment, and how to represent the KPIs in a graphical business-friendly dashboard using Kibana.
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For many industries, distributed operational locations are a fundamental part of business, for example transport, supply chains, retail, energy, and telecoms to name a few. For organisations solving the problem of delivering consistent digital services across their federated, and in some cases mobile, locations raises many operational and technical challenges from reliable communication, to governance and control.
Edge computing describes the way organisations tackle the challenge of decentralising their I.T. to support their distributed organisational models; providing compute and data storage closer to where it is needed. It involves moving computing resources from data centres and the cloud to edge locations that are physically closer to users and data sources.
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Decreasing time to market is not the only business impact you can realize through automation and management. Utilizing Red Hat’s approach to transformation, you can shift the focus to the culture within your organization, allowing companies to quickly adapt to market shifts. Our approach is all encompassing, not focusing on one particular technology, but promoting people and processes to extend open source and open ways of working that in turn promote organization-wide efficiencies that take transformation to the next level.
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If you have been around the opensource world within the last few years, you would have heard about Ansible. If not, think of Ansible as the key to automating the world.
What is ansible?
Automation! Ansible is automation.
It is an open-source software provisioning, configuration management, and application-deployment tool that is highly customizable through playbooks to meet the needs of the environment
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This article was originally posted on enterpriseai.news.
It’s estimated that 75 percent of an IT professional’s time is spent “keeping the lights on” with the remaining 25 percent focused on innovation that moves their businesses forward. Everyone should want to flip those percentages. After all, both executives and developers want the same thing: to drive innovation that helps improve the bottom line.
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