Why Organizations Should Embrace OpenShift

Why Organizations Should Embrace OpenShift

OpenShift accelerates application development by including the tools that companies need to be agile and efficient. With OpenShift, your business can deploy applications quickly, become less siloed, be more interactive, and increase collaboration. You’ll be able to go from concept to production faster and ahead of your competition.

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Accelerating Innovation with OpenShift

Accelerating Innovation with OpenShift

Increasingly rapid advances in technology pressure today’s CIOs to reshape their IT organizations so they can compete in the fast-changing business landscape. Convergence of various technologies like cloud computing, mobile, Internet of Things, social, big data, robotics, and artificial intelligence are forcing organizations to accelerate innovation in order to stay ahead in the market. A failure to transform IT could subject the business to disruption as we are seeing in many verticals today.

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A Simple Formula For Modern Enterprise Success

As I talk to enterprise customers about DevOps and Modern Enterprise, I hear lots of confusion about how trends like agile, DevOps, PaaS, etc. fit into the idea of the Modern Enterprise. In this post, I will try to connect these trends and show a simple formula to maximize the productivity and agility gains in any organization.

Until recently, enterprises were comfortably operating under the frameworks of Waterfall for development ITIL for operations. Waterfall methodology helped developers stay true to the specs while delivering the software. ITIL helped enterprise IT ensure stability. The problem was that business users were frustrated by the slow pace of technology improvement and innovation at their companies.

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Modern Enterprise: Slaying the Silos with Data Virtualization

As you plot your IT modernization strategy, it’s important to continuously break down data silos. People get seduced by the promise of powerful hardware and proprietary technologies but they lose in the end, with incremental gains and limited options to evolve IT caused by lock-in. Open source Data Virtualization tools help IT break data silos down at a lower cost while future proofing their organization for emerging technologies.

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Future-proofing Enterprise Platforms

Modernizing enterprise IT to meet the demands of today’s workforce is one thing. Building a platform to meet today’s technology needs while also preparing to evolve to meet the future needs is another. The Modern Enterprise Model builds a platform not just ready for today’s technology, but also ready to evolve faster to meet tomorrow’s needs. In this post, we highlight the essential characteristics that make this platform flexible.

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Sequencing the Open Source DNA of the Modern Enterprise Cloud

Sequencing the Open Source DNA of the Modern Enterprise Cloud

These days, Open Source technology is a critical part of any Modern Enterprise. While Linux might be one of the fundamental DNA strands in today’s public and private cloud deployments, it depends on a vast ecosystem of open source projects in order thrive. Hundreds of thousands of Open Source genes are ready to be spliced into your Enterprise DNA.

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Modern Enterprise DNA Includes DevOps

DevOps is a buzzword these days and it is very confusing because of varying marketing messages put forth by vendors. In this post, it is argued that enterprises should embrace Modern Enterprise philosophy and build an IT platform based on composable enterprise framework. Such a platform will encompass DevOps at its heart and help organizations reap the full benefits of DevOps.

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Containers Are the Foundation of Modern Enterprises

Last week’s Red Hat Summit showcased Containers as the future of Modern Enterprise. The trend is pretty clear but there is still some confusion on how to effectively embrace containers to modernize enterprise IT. This post is part of a series of posts I am doing on Modern Enterprise using Containers, PaaS and DevOps. This post presents a big picture idea of Modern Enterprises leveraging containers to build the Micro Services which the business users can take advantage for their needs.

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