Quickly install and deploy Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated on AWS
Customers are looking to simplify and accelerate the installation and provisioning process for application platforms both in a hybrid context and in the cloud. This video explores the new OpenShift features and options that speed up deployment.
Security with Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated on AWS
Security considerations are integral to customer plans for modernizing workloads and application development processes. This video explores the security tenets of key importance to customers that AWS interviewed and how the comprehensive, multi-layer security features of Red Hat OpenShift on AWS meets application security footprint requirements in a modern context.
Begin Your Journey to Hybrid Cloud With Red Hat and AWS
Building a hybrid cloud environment can be complicated — there are many factors to analyze to ensure you implement the right infrastructure for your organization. Detailed planning will help you successfully build, scale, and migrate applications to a hybrid cloud environment. Consider the questions in this checklist when planning your hybrid cloud journey.
Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure for Virtualization
Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is growing in popularity due to its ability to consolidate and simplify compute, storage, and network infrastructure for business-critical applications. As organizations contemplate HCI investments, many are looking to avoid proprietary lock-in — and traditional proprietary storage solutions.
The Remote Work Guide
With many companies preparing for a large-scale shift to remote work, many employers, leaders and technology professionals are asking themselves: How do I work from home effectively? This guide will provide you with the resources you need to succeed in your role even while you WFH, including: • Tips on how to be an effective
Modernize Your .NET Workloads on AWS
If you are still managing an on-premises data center, the end of support for Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 provides a great opportunity to rethink your approach to technology investments. Legacy applications are expensive to manage and maintain. Over time, the value they bring to the business diminishes. Without Microsoft support you are
The Engineering Manager’s Guide to the Code Review Process
Code review has been shown to decrease errors by a staggering 80%. If you haven’t implemented a code review process in your org, this guide will walk you through how, including: • The manager’s role in the process• What outcomes to expect• Common dynamics to identify
Introduction to Code Churn
When engineering leaders can clearly visualize progress, identify bottlenecks, and watch trends across multiple teams, they can notice when something’s off before a deadline is missed. They can experiment with meeting structure and timing, provide actionable feedback, and stay out of the details that should be handled at other levels. Then, they can measure the
Skills + Flow: The New Standard For Developing and Scaling Tech Teams
We always talk about how fast technology is changing. It’s time to recognize the way we work, build products and lead our teams is changing too. For the first time, CIOs and CTOs are accountable for not just cost savings and efficiencies, but also for product delivery, profitability and revenue-generating innovations. Technology leaders today can’t
Software Engineering: Why Has it Eluded Data-Driven Management?
Imagine yourself as a fly on the wall of an executive boardroom, listening to the heads of each corporate division present an overview of the past year: Marketing will share a range of metrics on lead conversion, cost per lead and ROI on marketing spend; Sales will walk through a detailed, quantitative breakdown of the