That’s right! Red Hat Training and Certification has released a brand new, free course on Ansible and Ansible automation.
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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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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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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a migration from TIBCO to Red Hat Fuse with a Midwestern energy company, whose productivity was being drained by an outdated, unsupported version of TIBCO middleware.
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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?
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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.
When employing the homonym “BPM,” it is important to clarify the difference between Technical BPM and Business BPM. Technical BPM covers not only the IT tools for business process automation, but also contributes as another available resource for a company to perfect its process management.
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