Category: open source microservices

Q&A: OpenShift infiltrates enterprise as telcos seek to ease container deployments

Q&A: OpenShift infiltrates enterprise as telcos seek to ease container deployments

Q&A: OpenShift infiltrates enterprise as telcos seek to ease container deployments 1
Hybrid and multicloud technologies are here to stay, and already companies are working tirelessly to make sure their operations fit within this modern computing architecture. Both forms of cloud mashups are designed to give companies more control over containers’ virtualized methods for software deployments in today’s application-first world. Helping to automate away the complexities of hybrid […]

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Lenovo innovates with infrastructure as a service for on-prem data solutions

Lenovo innovates with infrastructure as a service for on-prem data solutions

Lenovo innovates with infrastructure as a service for on-prem data solutions 2
No longer do companies want to be managing their infrastructure; they just want to focus on their applications. This has pushed them to  consider public cloud options even more. And while most information technology services are all about the application layer, Lenovo Group Ltd. has been building an infrastructure as a service solution called Lenovo TruScale […]

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A ‘smoking good’ deal? Red Hat could prove a $34 billion bargain for IBM

A ‘smoking good’ deal? Red Hat could prove a $34 billion bargain for IBM

A ‘smoking good’ deal? Red Hat could prove a $34 billion bargain for IBM 3
When does free technology become worth $10 trillion? When the company is Red Hat Inc. and its open-source software and applications running on Red Hat Enterprise Linux contribute to $10 trillion worth of global business revenues this year. That’s the conclusion from an International Data Corp. study released during the company’s major annual gathering in Boston […]

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OpenShift adoption plus Microsoft and IBM deals validate Red Hat’s role as enterprise player

OpenShift adoption plus Microsoft and IBM deals validate Red Hat’s role as enterprise player

OpenShift adoption plus Microsoft and IBM deals validate Red Hat’s role as enterprise player 4
At the conclusion of the Red Hat Summit in Boston today, Red Hat Inc.’s chief executive officer, Jim Whitehurst, could be forgiven if he was feeling a little weary from being hugged. He was embraced by IBM Corp., whose own top executive, Ginni Rometty, took the stage and promised to keep Whitehurst’s company independent after shelling out $34 billion […]

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Red Hat’s CTO says incremental improvements through open source will drive autonomic computing

Red Hat’s CTO says incremental improvements through open source will drive autonomic computing

Red Hat’s CTO says incremental improvements through open source will drive autonomic computing 5
From his position as the chief technology officer for Red Hat Inc., Chris Wright (pictured) can see a future when self-tuning platforms will scale as the need grows. This is autonomic computing or autonomous clouds, and it’s not as far away as it might seem. “We’ve been working towards autonomic computing for decades,” Wright said. […]

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Red Hat purchase backs up IBM’s big prediction on the hybrid future

Red Hat purchase backs up IBM’s big prediction on the hybrid future

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Predicting the future is always a tricky proposition, even for a multi-billion-dollar business like IBM Corp. Yet, company executives felt strongly that the enterprise computing world would become increasingly hybrid, a belief that drove the firm to acquire Red Hat Inc. for $34 billion in October. “The world is going to move towards containers, the world […]

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New logo, same hat, same soul: IBM’s Rometty promises Red Hat will stay intact

New logo, same hat, same soul: IBM’s Rometty promises Red Hat will stay intact

New logo, same hat, same soul: IBM’s Rometty promises Red Hat will stay intact 7
Red Hat Inc. unveiled the latest iteration of its trademark red fedora logo this month. Yet when IBM Corp.’s chief executive officer, Ginni Rometty (pictured, with Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst), took the keynote stage at the Red Hat Summit on Tuesday afternoon, she went out of her way to reassure the audience that after acquiring the open-source […]

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Latest RHEL release and federal approval propel Red Hat along its enterprise path

Latest RHEL release and federal approval propel Red Hat along its enterprise path

Latest RHEL release and federal approval propel Red Hat along its enterprise path 8
Red Hat Inc. made news on two major fronts in less than 48 hours this week. On the product side, the open-source company released Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 today. It was notable for a redesign to accommodate the hybrid cloud era. “People today have multiple clouds, and they have a lot of different ways they […]

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