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  • Scholastic develops applications faster with Red Hat OpenShift and AWS

    By reusing microservices, organizations can improve the speed of application development, increase scalability, and decrease time to market. In this case study, Scholastic used Red Hat’s OpenShift Container Platform on AWS to better use microservices. Read the details now.

  • MAMPU accelerates government application delivery with Red Hat

    In this case study, Red Hat explores how one organization optimized open source container technology to improve government processes. Read the full study here.

  • Modernize Your Network with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform

    Network automation is critical for supporting the increasing application and workload needs of modern, digital business. It allows NetOps teams to rapidly configure, scale, secure, and integrate network infrastructure and application services. In this white paper, learn more about automation.

  • Automate Your Network with Red Hat

    With network automation, network operations teams can quickly respond to dynamic, ever-changing workload requirements for flexible capacity, application security, load balancing, and multi-cloud integrations. In this white paper, learn how to get started with common network automation tasks using Red Hat.

  • Questas improves VM performance and management with Red Hat Virtualization

    Legacy virtualization platforms often result in degrading performance and decreasing productivity. For Questas, migrating to Red Hat Virtualization reduced average log-in time from 2.5 minutes to just 35 seconds, while also reducing CapEx by 30%. Learn more about Questas’ success with Red Hat in the full case study here.

  • Red Hat OpenStack Platform

    When considering an open source software, Red Hat OpenStack Platform a substantial toolbox of features, including automated update and upgrade capabilities, live migration, and access to Red Hat training and certification courses. Find out more in this Red Hat OpenStack Platform data sheet.

  • 3 ways Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform accelerates innovation

    With the ability to automate operational processes and tasks through the application development process, RedHat Ansible Automation enables better end-user products. Download this whitepaper to review the 3 operational benefits of Ansible Automation RedHat, and check it’s 5-year ROI.

  • OpenShift Container Platform

    With a Kubernetes platform, managing containers on cloud environments is easy. With Red Hat OpenShift, it can be even easier. See how a hybrid cloud Kubernetes application platform can help your business by reading this data sheet.

  • The Total Economic Impact of Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated

    With a growing demand to modernize IT architecture, migrating and updating legacy applications can increase administrative and operational time. Forrester’s case study on OpenShift Dedicated (OSD) found that operations and administrative costs decrease by 2 FTEs each year. Read how three organizations benefited from OSD in the full case study here.

  • Advantages of a Common Container Platform over Cloud-Native Services

    When it comes to migrating to a public cloud or multicloud environment, applications can’t always transition with the same speed and efficiency. Strategies combining DevOps and containers optimize the transition while decreasing the risks. Read IDC’s take on how Red Hat lets your organization access the most streamlined approach to cloud migration.

  • Container-native virtualization

    Application containers and VMs are great for application modernization, but oftentimes they don’t quite mix. However, with container-native virtualization, platforms can manage traditional VMs as if they are containers. Check out some frequently asked questions about container-native virtualization in this Red Hat OpenShift resource.

  • Ten Ways to Improve IT Efficiency

    Dive into this guide to uncover the 10 steps for building a standardized operating environment to simplify not only your IT infrastructure, but also streamline operating expenses, provisioning, and more – all with guidelines supported by IDC research data.

  • Comparing Red Hat Ansible Automation and Puppet Enterprise

    Finding a simple automation tool is a top priority for many organizations looking to better their processes. Consult with this competitive review of Red Hat Ansible Automation and Puppet Enterprise to weigh the pros and cons of each platform.

  • Red Hat infrastructure migration solution

    Executing a successful migration of workloads and sensitive data to the cloud can be a challenging process. Cloud migration hasn’t been cheap, but new technologies and pathways are offering the same migration benefits at lower costs. Learn how Red Hat’s migration solution can help your organization successfully modernize. Read the brief now.

  • Red Hat Virtualization, Quantified

    Dive into this Forrester analysis to discover the quantified benefits of software-defined Red Hat Virtualization in an organization with similarities to your own over a three-year period, including estimated CapEx and OpEx savings, ROI, and more.

  • Executive Guide to Selecting a Cloud-Native Development Platform

    Rather than trying to transfer monolithic legacy applications to the cloud, focus instead on cloud-native applications and microservices. For information on which cloud-native development platform works best for your organization, check out Red Hat’s white paper here.

  • Red Hat Ansible Tower Provides Powerful Automation to Simplify and Manage IT Systems

    Dive into this report overview to take a closer look at the quantifiable – and unquantifiable – benefits of Red Hat Ansible Tower as a method for introducing powerful automation into IT systems management workflows.

  • The Savings and Benefits of Ansible Tower

    In this executive overview, get a closer look at the savings and operational benefits one organization realized through three-years of using Red Hat Ansible Tower, including a 146% ROI, a 67% reduction in man hour requirements to deliver on customer agreements, and more.

  • A Developer’s Guide to Moving from Monoliths to Microservices

    When implementing microservices, there’s a plethora of open source technologies available. How do you know which choice is right for your organization? Read Red Hat’s guide for insight into different open source options and how they can help your business modernize.

  • Quarkus Container First

    Quarkus is an open source stack use to write Java applications, focusing on cloud native, microservices, and serverless Java applications. Watch this demo showcasing how Quarkus compares to cloud native stacks and to go in depths on the 4 benefits of using this stack.

  • Streamline Cloud-Native Development with Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes

    The benefits of both cloud-native applications and microservices are clear. Getting there? Not so much. See how Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes can help streamline cloud development and delivery here.

  • Red Hat Openstack Platform

    Red Hat OpenStack Platform can meet the demands of production-grade deployment, performance, scalability, and security that organizations demand.

  • The Business Value of an Agile and Flexible Platform for Developing and Running Applications with OpenShift on AWS

    To read the 5 ways Openshift on AWS increase organizational valuation, read this white paper.

  • The State of Infrastructure Automation Platforms, Q3 2019

    Dive into this evaluation report to see how the top 11 infrastructure automation vendors compare against one another using criteria like compliance functionality, scalability, and adherence to modern I&O trends.

  • Enhance Container Security with Red Hat and Black Duck by Synopsys

    Containers are revolutionizing applications. But they’re also introducing new security risks that can compromise your organization.Identify your data’s vulnerabilities with Black Duck by Synopsys, integrated with Red Hat OpenShift. Read this brief for the details.

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