Red Hat’s Government Leadership Guide to Cultural Change lays out a step-by-step roadmap to adopting an open and agile culture in government agencies.
Federal agencies aren’t the only ones working to modernize their IT systems. State and local governments, as well as many higher education institutions, are trying to deliver better services and experiences to customers, faster. And they face a lot of the same challenges.
Tricia Fitzmaurice, the regional manager for law enforcement and justice at Red Hat, said the benefits and potential of hybrid cloud is unmistakable and only growing.
To keep up with the population they serve, federal agencies have to be ready to embrace change by building a culture of flexibility that can capitalize on technologies and ideas that don’t even exist yet.
The authority to operate (ATO) process–the bane of many CIOs and developers existence in the federal sector. It is one of those necessary evils of federal technology. But it’s such a problem that agencies over…
Traditional development processes like waterfall just don’t cut it anymore. That’s why Lockheed Martin reached out to Red Hat for help updating the processes and culture around application development for the F-22 Raptor fighter jet.
Joel Jackson, the director of emerging technology for Red Hat’s North America Public Sector group, said all of these approaches bring together the key building blocks of modern software design–cloud, automation and microservices–and underpin federal IT modernization efforts.
Paul Smith, senior vice president and general manager of North America Public Sector at Red Hat, explains the steps necessary to move an agency into Dev/Ops.
John Frizelle, the chief architect for mobile at Red Hat, details three steps to make mobile app development more secure.
Buying Red Hat will make IBM “the world’s #1 hybrid cloud provider,” according to a statement from chair and chief executive officer Ginni Rometty.