To push past early challenges such as organizational inertia, adapting processes, and difficulties in choosing the right container technologies, enterprises must focus on five key lessons. If done properly, this can transform their development journey and revolutionize their organizational flexibility
Each year, Red Hat surveys information technology (IT) leaders and decision makers to learn their technology goals and priorities for the coming year, as well as where they are in their digital transformation journeys.
Red Hat OpenShift 3.11 officially reached its end of maintenance support on June 30, 2022. Now that OpenShift 3 has moved into the end of the maintenance support phase – it’s time for your customers to migrate.
Through Red Hat’s Leading with Automation initiative, we are supporting our partners that go the extra mile with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, taking themselves and their customers into the future.
In a previous blog post we discussed some of the general details around what customers using Red Hat OpenShift 3 need to do to migrate to Red Hat OpenShift 4. In this post, we’ll dig a little deeper into steps needed to properly complete this migration in an effective and efficient manner.