Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced the general availability of OpenShift Enterprise 2, the latest version of its award-winning, on-premise private Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering. With OpenShift Enterprise 2, customers can increase the velocity, efficiency and scalability of their IT service delivery, drive faster development of new applications and business services and reduce time-to-market.
IT Briefcase Exclusive Interview: The “Glue” That Holds Modern Systems Together with Mac McConnell, BonitasoftNovember 21, 2013 No Comments
with Mac McConnell, BonitaSoftIn this interview, Mac McConnell from Bonitasoft offers expert advice for organizations looking to overcome data management and data integration challenges, and accentuates the value of BPM and SOA within this equation.Read More >>>
with Siamak Farah, InfoStreetWe live in very exciting times. Wave after wave of technological innovations are changing our lives on a daily basis. Often, we don’t notice the change until we are swept up by it. For instance, who amongst us would have said that they would use a tablet even as recent as 10 years ago? Read More >>>
BonitasoftLast Tuesday, November 5th, I had the privilege of attending a live Open Source BPM event hosted by Bonitasoft in New York City. It was the 11th stop on their 2013 Process Efficiency World Tour, and was geared towards organizations looking to maximize business processes and information systems with BPM. Read More >>>
With James Donelan, MulesoftIn the interview below, James Donelan from Mulesoft accentuates the value of open source solutions, and outlines ways in which organizations today can achieve a competitive advantage by connecting and automating their business processes across applications and data sources. Read More >>>
In A Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the all-knowing computer Deep Thought was asked to come up with “the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything.” Seven and a half million years later, Deep Thought provided the answer—42. However, as so much time had elapsed, everyone had forgotten the question, which rendered the wisdom confusing at best and utterly useless at worst. Not to worry, though: a new supercomputer was tasked with reverse-engineering the question.
By Yves de Montcheuil, TalendIn the below interview, Yves de Montcheuil from Talend outlines key integration challenges that are arising with the evolution of big data and cloud computing, and the ways in which a well rounded open source data integration solution can help overcome some of these challenges. Read More >>>
with Pierre Fricke, Red HatIn this interview, Pierre Fricke from Red Hat discusses challenges that arise as new technologies and tools evolve within the enterprise, and outlines best practices for organizations looking to integrate these mechanisms into their existing business processes.Read More >>>
New disruptive technologies such as mobile and social are forcing teams to rethink process and application design from an outside-in perspective. Development teams will need to shift from “systems thinking” approaches that emphasize large scale process change, to “design thinking” paradigms that emphasize creativity and customer experience.
RDO, a community-supported distribution of OpenStack that runs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Fedora, and their derivatives, congratulates the OpenStack Foundation on the release of OpenStack 2013.2, code named Havana – the latest version of the OpenStack cloud platform.
Red Hat has gone public with the beta release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6.5.
IT Briefcase Exclusive Interview: The Swinging of the Big Data Pendulum with Jack Norris, MapR TechnologiesSeptember 4, 2013 No Comments
with Jack Norris, MapR TechnologiesIn the interview below, Jack Norris from MapR Technologies discusses a paradigm shift in the way that data is viewed in the enterprise today, and outlines ways in which organizations can best keep up with this Big Data evolution. Read More >>>
Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced continued momentum for Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure, including a new industry-leading performance benchmark, the introduction of the Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), and a Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Promotional Offering.
Tweet Claus Ibsen, Principal Software Engineer, FuseSource This session will teach you how to get a good start with Apache Camel. It will cover the basic concepts of Camel such as Enterprise Integration Patterns and Domain Specific Languages, all explained with simple examples demonstrating the theory applied in practice using code. We will then discuss […]
The recent acquisition of FuseSource by Red Hat brings together two gorillas of open source software. Now the benefits are being brought to you. Part II
The recent acquisition of FuseSource by Red Hat brings together two gorillas of open source software. Now the benefits are being brought to you.
Citrix announced the next step in its commitment to driving the development of open source platforms with the availability of a full featured, open-source, freely available XenServer
By Yves de Montcheuil, Talend Do you remember the late 1990s? The so-called “Dot-Com” era? I do. I was marketing Web testing tools at the time, so you can say I was right in the middle of the heat. It was a thrilling experience, and I learned a lot – about technology, about marketing, and about reality of business.Read More >>>
IT Briefcase Exclusive Interview: Open Source BI Today with Nobby Akiha, SVP Marketing, Actuate CorporationMay 10, 2013 No Comments
with Nobby Akiha, Actuate CorporationIn this interview, Nobby Akiha from Actuate Corporation outlines ways in which visual data mining, social media and predictive analytics can improve complex business variables and increase overall ROI for businesses today. Read More >>>
Hortonworks, Mirantis and Red Hat Team to Simplify Deployment and Management of Apache Hadoop on OpenStackApril 18, 2013 No Comments
Companies announce plan to accelerate Project Savanna within the OpenStack Foundation
Citrix and The Linux Foundation today announced that open source community development for the Xen® virtualization platform will become a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project. Leveraging its proven model of collaborative development for the new Xen Project™ initiative, The Linux Foundation will provide infrastructure, guidance and a collaborative network. The neutral, member-led community will help accelerate cross-industry innovation around the Xen Project hypervisor, bringing guidance and contributions from a more diverse group of technology leaders.
Software-defined networking, or SDN, is getting a big boost with a project called “Open Daylight.”
with Charles Zedlewski, ClouderaIn this interview Charles Zedlewski from Cloudera outlines the key benefits an optimally scalable, flexible, and affordable open source data management platform can offer to businesses today. Read More >>>
IBM today announced that all of its cloud services and software will be based on an open cloud architecture
Oracle Posts Certification of Oracle Database 11g Release 2 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 on IBM System z PlatformMarch 4, 2013 No Comments
Oracle has posted the certification of the Oracle Database 11g Release 2 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 on the IBM System z platform
OpenShift Enterprise PaaS has gained momentum with developers and has even earned some awards in the cloud computing space. Now Red Hat has updated the PaaS with a fully supported developer console designed to make it easier for developers to do application deployment.
By Eran Kinsbruner, Perfecto MobileToday’s mobile market is extremely dynamic, complex and fragmented. This year alone, a large number of devices will be introduced, including open source operating systems that will inevitably further complicate the environment. Read More >>>
The future of the cloud lies in open source, keeping Red Hat at the center of cloud development, company executives said at the recently-concluded Red Hat Partner Conference. And because public cloud development is tied so closely to open source, other cloud technology providers such as Microsoft (NSDQ:MSFT) and VMware will find it difficult to take advantage of cloud opportunities, said Paul Cormier, president of products and technologies at Red Hat.
In this video, we’ll discuss: how integration and SOA fit in a broad enterprise architecture; techniques for adding APIs to and integrating with legacy systems; design patterns for building new enterprise systems with integration in mind; techniques and code for business process management (BPM) using Camel & ActiveMQ; and how the new paradigms are enabling us to work with external partners, lower the cost of software development, and offer new innovative services.