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If you are running production grade workloads that need reliability over a long lifecycle, run RHEL container images on RHEL container hosts, as this is engineered for portability, compatibility, and scoped for support.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 comes with a host of enhancements to help digital service providers (DSPs) build a foundation for responding to customer requirements and seize new opportunities, particularly as they deploy 5G and edge services. From cloud portability to performance improvements and more, there are significant advantages for DSPs to explore.(Read more)
Deploy automation with greater confidence, efficiently. The new Ansible Content Collections include 17 new Collections that are all written and supported by Red Hat, available for many popular network, security and cloud partners. Read more about Collections and other Ansible Automation Platform updates.(Read more)
Previously known as container-native virtualization (“CNV”), OpenShift virtualization is a feature of the OpenShift platform that enables your teams to modernize and accelerate application delivery by bringing traditional VMs into OpenShift where they run side by side with containers, and be managed as native Kubernetes objects, all on the OpenShift platform, all by the same team(s).(Read more)
The Robot Operating System, aka ROS, isn’t actually an operating system. But it is changing the world of robotics. In the new Open Source Stories film, see how it came to be and meet the people who built this game-changing software from the codebase up.(Read more)
Digital transformation is critical to remain competitive, but some companies focus on only one piece of the puzzle, which can impede progress. True digital transformation is based on the full adoption of 3 main elements: culture, process, and technology.
Culture change remains a challenge
While a large percentage (86%) of leaders agree that digital transformation requires the right mix of culture, processes, and technology, 63% cite culture change as their biggest challenge. This may indicate that companies are unclear how to fully address it.
Modernize processes with formal methodologies
68% of respondents highly value continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) processes, yet only 43% have implemented this methodology. Collaboration across departments and adopting agile concepts like “fail-fast” remain a challenge for many.
Technology depends on business requirements
Nearly ¾ (72%) of the leaders surveyed say that technology is extremely important to adapt quickly to customer demands, yet only 31% say that their investment is helping to improve their agility. The absence of clear business goals may prevent getting the most value out of this investment.
Read the report to learn what digital leaders say.(Read Report)