Tuesday, 21st January 2020
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Red Hat accelerates cloud-native development

Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4 offers greater security, portability, simplicity, and scale for data-intensive Kubernetes workloads .

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Dynatrace teams with Google and Microsoft on OpenTelemetry

Contributing technical knowhow and manpower to help make OpenTelemetry enterprise-grade.

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Making a DENT in the edge

Linux Foundation open ecosystem enables low cost, standardized network solutions for campus and remote offices.

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PAM for DevOps

BeyondTrust’s centralised secrets administration solution strengthens credential protection in DevOps environments.

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Cloud bees gets busy

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Hosted continuous integration and continuous delivery service extends value of automated, open source Jenkins X project, removes friction from cloud native software delivery.

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Creating a serverless cloud-native platform

Helping Green Flag break away from legacy and build a rapid, modern rescue service.

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Docker and MuleSoft leave no application behind, unlocking existing enterprise application investmen...
Fifth annual State of Applications Services report from F5 Networks charts how digital transformatio...
Swiss financial services provider SIX has deployed Red Hat Enterprise Linux as the primary operati...
In December 2018, Juniper Networks acquired HTBASE and its multicloud container product, Juke. Over...
Acquisition augments digital engineering and core modernisation capabilities, deepening cloud-native...
Canonical has released Ubuntu 19.04, focused on open infrastructure deployments, the developer deskt...
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Cardinal Health Experiences Black Friday Every Day

CA World '15 DevOps, Agile Ops Theater: Louis Verzi, Manager, Java Platforms at Cardinal Health. Cardinal Health specializes in distribution of pharmaceuticals and medical products, serving more than 100,000 locations worldwide. To ensure the best customer experience possible for its mission critical applications, Cardinal Health takes the approach that every day is 'Black Friday' with quick detection and quick resolution. Over the past several years, Cardinal Health has used CA Application Performance Management to move from being reactive to application performance issues to proactively addressing issues before they impact the customer. In this session you will learn some of the steps and approaches they take to improve application performance across more than 100 different applications, including their e-commerce platform.

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