1Red Hat Announces OpenShift Products, Partnerships at Annual Summit
Linux vendor Red Hat used its Red Hat Summit, which ran from May 8-10 in San Francisco, to highlight new product announcements and partner integrations. A key theme of the event was the continued growth of the open-source Kubernetes container orchestration system, which Red Hat productizes with its OpenShift Container Platform. At the summit, Red Hat revealed its roadmap for integrating technology assets it gained via the acquisition of CoreOS in January into the OpenShift platform. Red Hat also announced new partner integrations with IBM that brings middleware applications including DB2 and WebSphere to OpenShift. Plus, Red Hat announced a new joint offering with Microsoft that brings OpenShift as a managed service to the Azure cloud. In this slide show, eWEEK looks at some of the highlights of the 2018 Red Hat Summit.
2Container Linux Coming to Red Hat
3Red Hat, Microsoft Bring OpenShift to Azure
4IBM Bringing WebSphere, DB2 to OpenShift
5OpenShift Roadmap Revealed
6Serverless Cloud Functions Are Coming
7Red Hat Updates Process Automation Manager
Set to debut is version 7 of the Red Hat Process Automation Manager, formerly called the JBoss BPM Suite. The new release includes new OpenShift integration elements. Red Hat Process Automation Manager is a “low-code” platform that enables business users to build meaningful business processes without the need for a complex programming language.
8Updated Developer Tools Now Support OpenShift
9Red Hat CEO Talks About Planning
While enterprise technologies are what Red Hat is all about, CEO Jim Whitehurst used his keynote to talk about how enterprise planning needs to change to keep pace in a more agile era.