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.
In this exclusive executive briefing, experts will delve deeper into how forward-looking agencies are leaning towards DevSecOps as they work to modernize applications and gain the cost and flexibility benefits of the cloud, securely.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management is changing regulations on direct hire authorities.
IBM says it will acquire North Carolina-based open-source software company Red Hat in a $34 billion stock deal
DHS is starting to share more information about how two new programs, DHS' cloud steering group and its Cloud Factory, will work together to accelerate and standardize DHS' push to the cloud.
Red Hat and other open source companies work closely with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) using the secure content automation (SCAP) protocol to automate security controls, the General Services Administration’s 18F organization on configuration lockdown.
Dave Egts, chief technologist and director, Office of the Chief Technologist,, North America Public Sector at Red Hat discusses the advantages of open source and how it can help federal agencies manage large amounts of data. May 15, 2018
DevOps is a proven route to modernizing of legacy applications and for developing them in a way that’s they’re natively cloud deployable.
When thinking about future trends, it’s important to have a strong understanding of the important innovations impacting most sectors, and pair that understanding with an intuition around what impacts those innovations will have to most organizations in 2018.
The 2017 Red Hat Government Symposium highlights the key role that the open source community has in meeting the challenges of government IT.
Demands for faster production times, higher quality and more predictable cost management are posing significant challenges for development teams. In-house software development is essential in achieving these and other agency objectives. Exacerbating the demands on development teams is often the need to successfully release new applications, while also updating existing ones.
How do we ensure systems on government networks are in a completely known, secure state once they are in production?