Futurum senior analyst Steven Dickens provides his take on the announcements of the latest version of Red Hat OpenShift becoming generally available. As customers look to innovate and simplify cloud operations, whether that is on-premises, in the cloud, or at the edge, complexity and scale is often a challenge. Red Hat is focused on delivering a simplified hybrid cloud management experience and these announcements build on this holistic vision.
Futurum senior analyst Steven Dickens provides his take on the announcements this week from Red Hat about the company’s collaboration with ABB on industrial edge computing offering.
Futurum senior analyst Steven Dickens provides his take on the announcements coming out of HPE Discover about the deepening relationships with Red Hat and SUSE.
Futurum’s Steven Dickens provides his take on the recent announcements from Red Hat. As the Kubernetes landscape becomes ever more competitive, Red Hat strengthens its partnership with industry leader NVIDIA to reduce the barriers to adoption of AI and ML workloads. Dickens also covers Red Hat’s announcements of core updates to OpenShift 4.10.
Futurum’s Steven Dickens provides his take on the latest announcements this week from IBM’s mainframe team. With the IBM Z team bringing to market the capability for customers to develop and test z/OS workloads to the IBM Cloud, Dickens examines the wider competitive landscape and the implications for IBM’s overall cloud growth.
Futurum’s Steven Dickens provides his take on the latest release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. As clients look increasingly to deploy Linux based workloads in hybrid multi cloud deployment models, Red Hat is focused on improving manageability, security, and support for the shift to container.
Futurum Research senior analyst, Steven Dickens provides his take on news coming out of the Linux Foundation’s KubeCon event by Red Hat. As edge computing use cases explode, Kubernetes deployments have become under increasing stress. The latest additions to Red Hat’s flagship OpenShift Kubernetes orchestration platform position the platform to address the scale and complexity of such edge use cases and also handle the inherent network connectivity issues that exist at the edge.
Futurum Research Senior Analyst Steven Dickens provides his take on the announcements this week by banking software and SaaS vendors Temenos and Zafin as they look to partner with IBM Cloud. Banks have unique regulatory, security, and transactional requirements and industry-focused cloud offerings are being developed by hyperscale public cloud vendors to service these unique requirements and software vendors play a key role in driving adoption.
Benu Networks debuts it cloud-native Broadband Network Gateway (cnBNG) using the Red Hat OpenShift K8 container platform, as well as disaggregated routing techniques to ease operator delivery of broadband and 5G edge services and swiftly augment user experiences. Futurum’s Ron Westfall delves into the competitive benefits of the new Benu cnBNG solution and why it bolsters Benu’s cloud-native and 5G ecosystem credentials, especially in hybrid/multi-cloud environments and the service edge, as well as the market potential for advancing broadband provider edge service innovation.
Red Hat buys cloud startup StackRox. This is the company’s first deal since the IBM acquisition in 2019 and focuses on bolstering Red Hat’s OpenShift Kubernetes and hybrid cloud capabilities.
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