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Integration is the Key to Successful Digital Transformation

In today’s ever-changing technology environment, enterprises need to adapt to change faster than ever before. By adopting modern software and updated processes, you will be able to transform your IT environments and deliver services better and faster than your competitors. Agile integration could be the solution. It combines three architectural capabilities – distributed integration, APIs, […]

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Join us for Red Hat Microservices Day in Dallas

What are microservices? It is an approach to application development in which a large application is built as a suite of modular components or services. The microservice architecture enables the rapid, frequent, and reliable delivery of large, complex applications. It also enables an organization to evolve its technology stack. Microservices are: Highly maintainable and testable […]

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Debunking DevOps #6-Automation Deployment

This is the last blog in a series exploring some common DevOps misconceptions. Break past the myths to get the most from your DevOps strategy. Read myths #1, #2, #3, #4, and #5. Myth #6: Automation deployment clears your bottlenecks By adopting technical tools like Cloudbees Jenkins, the IT organization will be able to automate […]

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Debunking DevOps #5- It Will Sell Itself

This is the fifth blog in a series exploring some common DevOps misconceptions. Break past the myths to get the most from your strategy. Read myths #1, #2, #3, and #4. Myth #5: The virtues of DevOps will sell itself to your IT organization The value of DevOps is clear, and new tools and processes […]

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Debunking DevOps #4- Developers Making Operations Obsolete

This is the fourth blog in a series exploring some common DevOps misconceptions. Break past the myths to get the most from your DevOps strategy. Read myths #1, #2, and #3. Myth #4: Skilled developers will make the operations team obsolete If some of your teams are more innovative, it’s reasonable to start your own […]

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Debunking DevOps #3: Containers Fix All Pitfalls

This is the third blog in a series exploring some common DevOps misconceptions. Break past the myths to get the most from your DevOps strategy. Read Myth #1 and Myth #2. Myth #3: Transitioning to containers will fix your DevOps pitfalls You will easily be able to transition to containers and will instantly be able […]

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Debunking DevOps #1- “Just” Development and Operations

This blog is the first in a series exploring some common DevOps misconceptions. Break past the myths to get the most from your DevOps strategy. It’s easy to get caught up in the allure of streamlined business-critical IT processes, transitioning legacy systems, and adopting new technologies and tools, but the reality is that adopting a […]

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Red Hat: Adopting Cloud-Native Development Processes

With the growing popularity of the cloud, enterprises are looking for ways to adopt cloud-native development into their existing processes. New applications can be built using cloud models and services, microservices, autonomous development teams, agile and continuous development, and containers. However, it is time-consuming, costly, and inefficient to create new applications instead of learning to […]

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Join Perficient, Red Hat, and Microsoft for an ARO Workshop in Chicago

Azure Red Hat OpenShift (ARO) provides enterprises with a number of benefits, including the ability to iterate, deliver features, and reach your market faster than ever before. ARO is a fully managed Red Hat OpenShift service on Azure – jointly engineered, operated, and supported by Microsoft. Built upon a Kubernetes foundation and fully integrated into […]

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Host an ARO Workshop to Showcase Cloud-first Development

Azure Red Hat OpenShift (ARO) provides enterprises with a number of benefits, including the ability to simplify processes, focus on development, harness the power of DevOps, and reduce time to market. With ARO, you are able to iterate faster, deliver features quicker, and reach your market at a faster pace. ARO is a fully managed […]

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The Inside Scoop on the Red Hat Technical Exchange North America

Four of our technical architects joined 1,900 other attendees at the Red Hat Technical Exchange North America in Orlando, Florida, Oct. 14-18. This is the first time the Technical Exchange has been open to Red Hat partners – historically, it was a Red Hat-only event.   The weeklong conference gave attendees a chance to network with Red Hat’s […]

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Running Docker in Windows For a Lightweight Solution

“Operating system” (or OS) is a phrase that everyone in IT knows. The first thing that clicks in most of our minds when we think of an OS is Windows, but many OSes available in the market give you a similar experience to Windows. Most developers, coders, or system administrators use services like Hypervisors or […]

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The 411 on the Red Hat Learning Subscription

In order to effectively adopt new software, you need a knowledgeable team and a learning solution that is quick and prescriptive. The Red Hat Learning Subscription (RHLS) provides a deep dive into Red Hat technologies that can help make your organization more efficient.   Investing in additional training for your team will allow you to better […]

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Organizational DevOps – an Enterprise Contradiction

Does your business structure help or hurt your DevOps move? “Organizational DevOps” is the enterprise level action for a DevOps strategy and tactics. There is a natural struggle when moving towards DevOps, but therein is the value. First some context … Process or Project  Operations management is the attempt to run things better – in the current […]

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DevOps/OpsDev: The Name Debate is Over

DevOps was first introduced in 2008 as an extension of proper development, but shortly thereafter, “OpsDev” was on many of our minds. I believe the earliest mention of OpsDev was 2012 [Randy Clark in UK Business Computing World, “DevOps or OpsDev?”]. Please forgive me if you made an earlier mention! Why the Name Debate? There […]

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The Biggest Challenge of DevOps Is…

In my role over the past number of years, I’ve had many great ideological DevOps conversations with many people from various organizations.  I often explain that to me, DevOps is an approach and a mindset.  Whether it’s implementing a deployment automation tool for the first time, strengthening a continuous integration (CI) implementation, or writing infrastructure as code, my approach […]

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The Keys to Successful Salesforce Development Projects

While we’re obviously partial to the skills of our Salesforce Developers (the technicians responsible for coding work on our projects), there’s more to it than simply hiring the “best of the best” in the industry, when it comes to achieving development success on our client engagements.  While the end goal is ultimately to increase customer […]

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Making Sense of the MEAN / MERN Stack

I remember the first time I developed a website during the dot-com boom in the late 1990s. I was a fourth grader at Williams Elementary School, going to school among many fellow classmates who had parents in the technology industry. Sensing that their students might one day be part of this wave, our teachers put […]

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Getting Started with IBM Content Navigator Plugin Development

IBM Content Navigator (ICN) is a massive leap forward for the OOTB Enterprise Content Management user experience. One of the most important features is the plugin interface. It allows organizations to extend or alter functionality in a maintainable way that persists nicely through upgrades and fix packs*. I’ve been working on a talk for a […]

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Elevate Your Innovation with DevOps in a Box

When Apple launched their iPhone nearly a decade ago, the proliferation of devices and subsequent innovation of mobile applications brought about an evolution in how everyday consumers interact with their technology. The arrival of their Application Store further created the paradox of choice as consumers found themselves with many options to connect with friends, do their […]

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