Red Hat, Director of Product Strategy
August 28th, 2017 | 38 mins 44 secs
kubernetes, openshift, red hat, red hat openshift
How companies are viewing Kubernetes is starting to change as often happens when people start using the platform. Brian Gracely of Red Hat OpenShift maintains it is those initial applications a company develops that is leading to an enterprise shift to adopt Kubernetes on a larger scale.
Learn more about what Gracely and the OpenShift team have discovered about integrating the modern software development mindset with the enterprise, in this edition of The New Stack Makers podcast.
August 22nd, 2017 | 47 mins 8 secs
ci/cd, continuous deployment, continuous integration, enterprise software, kubernetes, red hat, red hat openshift
The supply chains of modern enterprises are transitioning — or may have already transitioned — to an API-like model. The services that departments provide each other are being governed by interfaces that specify their types and contents, and regulated by service-level agreements that stipulate the expectations of all sides of the transaction.
Whether business managers know it or not, they’re adopting a methodology that stems from the realm of software development. As Red Hat Director of Product Strategy Brian Gracely told The New Stack Makers, he and his colleagues are discovering those business managers suddenly showing up in meetings about the architecture of their business.
Learn more about what Gracely and the OpenShift team have discovered about integrating the modern software development mindset into business and industry, in 'Kubernetes’ Impact on the Supply Chain.'