Thursday, November 19, 2015 Linux-based containers are quickly becoming the preferred choice for developing and deploying modern application workloads. But as industry research shows, concerns exist over security, scalability and management of container-based applications in production. In this webcast, executives from Red Hat will unveil new product capabilities to help organizations of all sizes adopt container technologies more easily and with confidence.
Join this webcast to learn more about:
One platform for traditional and container-based applications
Accelerating application delivery and modernization
Built-in operational management and automation
Backed by a growing partner and community ecosystem
Thursday, December 3, 2015 Take part in a comprehensive, technical look into the new features and powerful updates for OpenShift Enterprise 3.1 by Red Hat®, including new middleware services, storage plug-ins, and updates to Docker and Kubernetes.
In this webinar, you'll gain an in-depth technical understanding of the OpenShift Enterprise 3.1 offering, learning about how:
Version 3.1 offers an even better developer experience and added middleware services to move from concept to production faster than ever.
OpenShift Enterprise and Red Hat Atomic Enterprise provide you with the ability to run stateful and stateless applications regardless of whether they are traditional or cloud native through the use of persistent storage mounted at the container level.
To keep track of your applications across multiple environments by using some of the best core functionalities of Red Hat CloudForms.
Tuesday, December 8, 2015 Please join 451 Research and Red Hat for a webinar on the State of PaaS and the Impact of Containers. In this webinar, we will explore some top trends within PaaS, including market adoption, convergence with IaaS, support for more agile and efficient DevOps practices, the greater variety of software components known as polyglot programming and application containers. We will also discuss top customer use cases, challenges, the current state of PaaS support and more along with a Q&A session.
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