Transforming the Development Model for OpenShift and the Business Model for Red Hat

Transforming the Development Model for OpenShift and the Business Model for Red Hat

OpenShift 3 was the culmination of more than a year’s worth of planning and development with general availability announced at Red Hat Summit 2015. It was a significant release for many reasons and was especially gratifying for the team given the big bets made around fundamental underlying technology components. The implications for the development model around OpenShift may not have been obvious, however, and by extension the larger transformation at Red Hat may also have been understated.

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OpenShift and OpenStack: A Match Made in the Cloud

If your head has been steeped in the clouds, you have also figured out that your PaaS offering is highly dependent on your Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) capabilities. Consider IaaS and PaaS to be the yin and yang of a truly comprehensive cloud infrastructure. To truly accomplish auto-scaling, fluid fault tolerance and seamless availability for your developers, you need to have confidence in your ability to provide virtual machine resources to your PaaS.

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Red Hat Invests in 10Gen: Are you saying No(SQL) when you hear Cloud?

New architectures require new paradigms. Sometimes, scaffolding around older frameworks works. It preserves our investments in the old and leverages our hard-earned skills. With physical infrastructures, the building process is occasionally done very gracefully but it might take them years to be fully appreciated. But ambition and creativity often make us sweep away the old […]

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