How organizations can simplify their datacenter strategy to ensure that they get cloud right the first time and make their IT efficient and future-proved.
An Intel survey has shown a marked preference for private clouds, with a virtualised datacentre a prerequisite for operating in the cloud.
2014 has been a year of emerging technologies and great IT opportunities in Asia-Pacific. To provide some insights on the year so far and what lies ahead, we've asked a group of Red Hat customers where their priorities lie in 2015.
There is a braver conversation happening with enterprises today on their cloud strategy, according to Intel.
Enterprises can benefit from the experiences of others -- both negative and positive -- when planning and exploring transitioning to the cloud.
93% of surveyed respondents have heard of hybrid cloud and a third have already implemented a hybrid cloud solution in their organizations. How is your organization's cloud strategy matching up or are APAC organizations falling behind in the cloud race?
A majority of organisations have already thrown themselves into building a cloud strategy for their business.
Quality assurance (QA) is a critical aspect of software development, and Red Hat shares its best practices for testing Linux, KVM and OpenShift.
A predictive analytics and decision management software firm deploys OpenShift Enterprise as part of its DevOps strategy.
In the modern, global landscape, it is almost certain that users will need to access mission-critical business applications at any time of day, from any time zone. Is your datacenter ready?
Organizations that want to tap the full capabilities of cloud for the development of enterprise-grade business applications need to equip their IT and development teams with the right tools.
Whether investing in private or hybrid cloud architecture, it's important to understand and avoid common pitfalls in cloud design to optimize the performance of your enterprise cloud.
The latest OpenStack User Insights survey showed more than half of production OpenStack deployments use Linux as the host operating system. Co-engineering OpenStack and Linux can provide a more stable, reliable and higher-performing cloud platform.
Misconceptions surrounding the rights and obligations provided by open source software in the enterprise have fueled the spread of fear, uncertainty and doubt. A better understanding of the role open source licensing will help organizations realist the full potential of open source investments.
To maintain an application infrastructure that meets continually expanding business demands, organizations need more than a maintenance and support contract. Organizations need a proven, scalable, reliable, and secure enterprise platform.
Easing burdens placed on legacy infrastructure by the rapid growth of mobile technology in the enterprise requires a cloud-based approach.