Topic: red hat

Red Hat’s Quarkus sets Java up for a cloud-native world

Red Hat has announced the release of Quarkus 1.0, a Kubernetes-native Java stack built for containers and cloud deployments. According to the company, as application development continues to evolve, Quarkus will work to bring Java into the future and get it ready for serverless, cloud and Kubernetes environments. “Quarkus represents a fundamental shift in modern … continue reading

Red Hat Process Automation adds predictive modeling in latest release

In its latest release of Red Hat Process Automation, Red Hat added new applied AI capabilities that will enable predictive modeling. The company also added support for the development of process- and decision-based business applications through micro-frontend architectures.  Red Hat Process Automation is a toolset that enables customers to intelligently automate their business decisions and … continue reading

quantum computing

SD Times news digest: Google hits quantum computing milestone, Red Hat launches Digital Transformation Office, GraphQL Foundation adds seven new members

Google researchers announced that they have achieved quantum supremacy by using a quantum computer to solve a problem that would take an average computer an impractically long amount of time to solve. Their quantum computer correctly performed a computation in 200 seconds that would have taken the most powerful supercomputer thousands of years to accomplish, … continue reading

Agile integration bridges the gap between legacy and modern systems

While the industry is moving to more modern software development approaches in order to become more agile and stay competitive, there is still one piece to the puzzle that is missing: The valuable digital assets that are contained in the systems built before the modern approaches.  As organizations move towards microservices, cloud native and greenfield … continue reading

UNICEF and Red Hat work to bring Internet connectivity to those without

While it may seem like most of the world is going through a digital transformation, there are still many people without basic access to the Internet. The International Telecommunication Union found about 3.7 billion people remain unconnected. Additionally, 29 percent of 18 to 24 year olds (mostly in Sub-Saharan Africa) do not have access to … continue reading

A guide to API management solutions

Red Hat 3scale API Management is an award winning platform that gives control, visibility and flexibility to organizations seeking to create and deploy an API program. It features comprehensive security, monetization, rate limiting, and community features that businesses seek backed by Red Hat’s solid scalability and performance. RELATED CONTENT:  The next wave of API management … continue reading

What should you look for in an API management solution?

A common mistake organizations look for when evaluating API management solutions is whether or not it has monetization abilities, according to Kevin Matheny, a senior director analyst for Gartner technical professionals.  “Very few organizations I speak to are actually directly monetizing their APIs. If you are not going to do that, or don’t have a … continue reading

The next wave of API management

Modern-day software development has made APIs more important than ever. Whether it is microservices, Agile or digital transformation, developers need APIs to connect data, apps and devices. In order to be able to deploy, manage, and run all the APIs necessary for their solutions, they implement API management strategies to make sure everything goes smoothly.  … continue reading

Red Hat releases OpenShift Service Mesh

Red Hat has announced its own service mesh solution to bring an end-to-end developer experience to microservices. Red Hat OpenShift Service Mesh provides the ability to connect, observe and simplify service-to-service communications on Kubernetes.  According to the company, it is based on Istio, Kiali and Jaeger projects, and designed to free developers from having to … continue reading

IBM revamps software portfolio for Red Hat

Now that IBM’s acquisition of Red Hat has closed, the company is transforming its software portfolio to be cloud-native and optimized for Red Hat OpenShift. Enterprises can now build mission-critical applications once and run them on different public clouds including AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, Alibaba, IBM Cloud and private clouds.  RELATED CONTENT: Six … continue reading

IBM: ‘Red Hat will still be Red Hat’ after $34 billion acquisition

IBM today closed on its whopping $34 billion acquisition Red Hat, bringing together tools and expertise in their quest to become the world’s top hybrid cloud provider, while providing customers greater access to open-source technologies. But one thing is clear: Red Hat will remain Red Hat. RELATED CONTENT: The open source ripple effects of IBM … continue reading

Industry Watch: Of open source, data breaches and speed

When IBM CEO Ginni Rometty joined Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst on stage at last month’s Red Hat Summit to declare that IBM would leave Red Hat alone after its acquisition, cheers went up from the developers in the keynote audience. Their fear, of course, was that IBM would somehow change Red Hat and move … continue reading

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