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Containers meet Microservices, DevOps, and the Internet-of-Things

By: Gordon Haff, Red Hat Technology Evangelist
To cope with an increasingly networked and interconnected world, industrial automation is evolving to incorporate many of the new or repurposed technologies underpinning general-purpose computing. For example, the Internet-of-Things (IoT) is especially interesting today because a number of converging technology trends are making useful solutions more practical: low-power and inexpensive processors for pervasive sensors, wireless networks, and the ability to store and analyze large amounts of data, both at the edge and in centralized data centers. IoT opens vast possibilities for information gathering and automation. This in turn gives rise to new opportunities to innovate, increase revenues, and gain efficiencies.

Driving DevOps: The 5 New Requirements for Agile App Delivery

By: Kasey Cross, A10 Networks
The benefits DevOps can provide for an enterprise are nothing less than the framework for staying competitive in an era defined by change. Fundamentally, DevOps allows enterprises to:
- Balance Innovation with Infrastructure Stability: The high performance fueled by DevOps is driven by continuous deployment on the development side combined with heavy automation, continuous monitoring, and feedback on the operations side, in an overall spirit of collaboration to produce rapid, frequent changes reliably and securely.

Trends and Technologies Fuelling the Evolution of Middleware

By: Mike Piech, vice president and general manager, Middleware, Red Hat
The term 'middleware' has been used for many years to broadly categorise the set of behind-the-scenes technologies designed to help enterprises create, connect, and manage the myriad of software applications that run today's businesses. These applications can vary greatly, but are all meant to address specific business needs, such as insurance claims automation, financial fraud detection, transaction processing, or even to provide tailored interactions with customers based on time, location, preferences, and more.

Red Hat to Acquire IT Automation and DevOps Leader Ansible

Red Hat announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Ansible, Inc., a provider of powerful IT automation solutions designed to help enterprises move toward frictionless IT. Ansible's automation capabilities, together with Red Hat's existing management portfolio, will help users drive down the cost and complexity of deploying and managing both cloud-native and traditional applications across hybrid cloud environments. With today’s announcement, Red Hat expands its leadership in hybrid cloud management, OpenStack and containers.