Thank you to everyone who attended Summit 2019 in Boston and engaged with Red Hat Services! Our wonderful customers, partners, and attendees fostered engaging conversations with our team. We appreciate each of you who sought us out in the Customer Success Zone and the Partner Success Lounge to ask thoughtful questions, learn more about enabling yourself to adopt Red Hat technologies, and participated in our events. For those who weren’t able to connect with us, here’s what you missed:
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Monitoring of application environments is very important, and there are many kinds of monitoring to consider – infrastructure capacity and availability, as well as application responsiveness and availability to name a few. This is also true in a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) environment, such as one running the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. The use of containers mean that applications can be built as an immutable image that is deployed and promoted to multiple hosting environments at a rapid pace. This makes monitoring more complex, and the need for dynamic adaptation to the running environment is key to success. But what is the best way to deploy and manage the monitoring solution itself, which in many cases is also running fully or partially within containers? This is where Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) comes in a useful approach. First, let’s define IaC.
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Digital Transformation is about embracing the idea that every business is evolving into a technology business in order to compete in the digital economy. This means organizations must shift their mindset from “IT as a cost center” to “IT as an engine of innovation.” But implementing new technology is not enough – effective organizations prioritize the maturation of their people and processes to compete in the digital economy .
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In part one of our series, we established the process around creating an Android application using Red Hat’s Mobile Application Platform and adding unit tests. Now, we’ll walk through how to use Jenkins for continuous integration on this app.
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