Posts Tagged ‘ansible’

Open UI

Perficient’s Minneapolis Office Adds Red Hat Exam Center

Our Minneapolis, Minnesota office is now an official Red Hat exam center. The exam center is open to the public and provides a secure, classroom environment for developers that need to take any Red Hat exam or certification, including those for Ansible, JBoss, Linux, and OpenShift. There is no additional cost for utilizing the exam […]

Partner Red Hat Circle

Perficient’s Livonia Office is Now a Red Hat Exam Center

Our Livonia, Michigan office is now an official Red Hat exam center. The exam center is open to the public. It provides a secure, classroom environment for developers that need to take any Red Hat exam or certification, including those for Ansible, JBoss, Linux, and OpenShift. There is no additional cost for utilizing the exam […]

Install, Configure, Deploy FileNet P8 using Ansible

Here is something I’m working on at Perficient to make installing/upgrading, configuring, and deploying IBM FileNet P8 more efficient. It even creates a Domain, and Object Store. All using Ansible. If your organization is looking to implement something like this in your environment, give Perficient a call. We’ll be happy to assist.    For […]

IBM Red Hat Acquisition’s Impact on Hybrid Cloud

As the IBM Red Hat acquisition comes closer to fruition, impacts to customers on both sides will soon be realized.  Now that the deal has been approved by the Department of Justice, the acquisition is on track to close later this year. What does this mean for those who currently use IBM and Red Hat products?   Perficient has key […]

Oracle Enterprise Management Updates

A Strategist and an Analyst walk into a Cloud with Containers

Editor’s Note: This guest blog post comes courtesy of E.G. Nadhan, Chief Technology Strategist at Red Hat.  I met Forrester Analyst, Dave Bartoletti during the Industry Analyst Cloud Strategy and Networking Event in Dallas earlier this year where Bartoletti shared his perspective on best practices on transforming to containers and predictions for the future of […]