What is DevOps Really?

What is DevOps Really?

DevOps isn’t just about tools. It isn’t just about process. Rather DevOps is an approach to culture, process, AND tools. The high-level goal for DevOps is to deliver increased business value and responsiveness through rapid, iterative, and high-quality IT service delivery. In this article, Gordon Haff, Red Hat Cloud Evangelist, discusses DevOps, open source, OpenShift, and Red Hat.

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Will IaaS and PaaS Converge?

The significance of PaaS filling the space between an IaaS and a SaaS is that it touches both of those abstractions. Although a PaaS like OpenShift by Red Hat can sit on bare metal, it can also take advantage of flexible IaaS infrastructure. I’m not going to get into all the details of how OpenShift might use the OpenStack IaaS, for example, but I’ll touch on what some of those integration points are and how they might evolve in a bit.

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Enterprise application development lives!

When the notice for a panel about enterprise PaaS I would be appearing on went live a while ago, it attracted the attention of an anonymous commenter. The tone of the comment was about what you’d expect from an anon–which is to say of a tenor that could result in rather unpleasant repercussions if delivered […]

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