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Earlier this month, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) released the results of its CNCF Survey for 2019. Some of those results included:
According to Axios, in 2018 alone, Americans spent an estimated $3.65 trillion on healthcare. For some context, that’s more than the total GDP of Brazil.
Enterprises are changing the way they use technology in order to respond to increasing competition.
Kubernetes rules the roost when it comes to the modern development of applications. But for many enterprises, adopting it comes with a steep learning curve and requires new technical skills.
Red Hat’s enterprise-ready Kubernetes platform, OpenShift, has been designed to provide companies with the speed and power of cloud-based development on premises and in the cloud.
Late last year, an article in Forbes highlighted some predictions from IDC and Forrester on artificial intelligence (AI) usage in 2020 and beyond.
As artificial intelligence (AI) solutions become more prevalent in business, it’s worth taking a look at how the technology is already helping to reshape the retail industry.
Red Hat OpenShift is an enterprise-ready Kubernetes platform for deploying applications in hybrid cloud environments.
When it comes to managing containerized microservices, there are basically three big dogs currently leading the pack. Each of them has their own benefits, from the ability to streamline workflows to...