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Author: Eric D. Schabell
Eric is Red Hat’s Global Technology Evangelist Director, and is renowned in the development community as a speaker, lecturer, author and baseball expert. Having worked within software development since 1998 his current role within the Solutions group means that he is central to defining, managing and bringing to market integrated cloud solutions that showcase the full power of Red Hat’s comprehensive portfolio of established and emergent technologies. It also allows him to share his deep expertise of Red Hat’s open source technologies and cloud computing. Follow on http://schabell.org.
We have very high expectations from any Cloud Native or mode 2 applications deployed on Red Hat hybrid cloud solutions.
When running Red Hat technologies in production, we want our new workloads to be running on top of certified products. They should be architected and deployed with help from certified professionals, proactively maintained with the help of world class support services and have the option to enable organizational resources with training and certifications.
No matter how much support is put into place, the customer needs to be able to operate their
When building anything substantial, such as a house or bridge, you start by laying down a solid foundation. Nothing changes this aspect of building brick by brick when you move from traditional constructions to application development and architecting your supporting infrastructure. Throw in Cloud terminology and you might think that the principles of a solid foundation are a bit flighty, but nothing is further from the truth.
When looking to manage an organization’s journey into their digital future, CIOs are dealing with a lot of challenges. Challenges that they face on the road to digital transformation can be daunting as first glance, but must be embraced to properly navigate the road to success.
What if I told you that you can have your Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) based Cloud infrastructure, with Red Hat Virtualization, OpenStack, OpenShift and CloudForms all setup before you have to stop for lunch?
Would you be surprised?
Could you do that today?
In most cases I am betting your answer would be not possible, not even on your best day. Not to worry, the solution is here and it’s called the QuickStart Cloud Installer (QCI).