Red Hat Encourages Organizations to Take 'Mobile-First' Track with a Promising Vision

By CIOReview | Thursday, March 26, 2015
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RALEIGH, NC: According to customer priorities survey conducted by Red Hat, more than 50 percent of respondents’ priority for mobility challenges the capabilities of traditional IT infrastructure and development methodologies to drive innovation and streamline operational efficiency. In this context, the company announces that it will support organizations to tackle their mobility challenges.

Red Hat, a provider of open source software solutions, gives its vision on four areas such as platform architecture, developer experience, technology integration and collaboration in two-track IT environments.

- Platform Architecture: Red Hat’s mobile platform, based on the public cloud or private Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) architecture, provides DevOps processes and displays agile development. With the support of RESTful APIs (Representational State Transfer Application Program Interfaces) and microservices, the company’s mobile platform shortens time-to-deployment leading to decrease Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).

- Developer experience: The Company encourages developer-centric approach to utilize latest toolchains, collaboration and continuous development and integration that enables organizations to leverage existing IT skillsets for creating new mobile initiatives.

- Technology Integration: The new mobility platform offers easy integration with other enterprise middleware components to seizure and stores new data by connected device that discloses the values in existing system of record.

- Collaboration in Two-Track IT Environments: Red Hat applies two-track approach where mobile can act as the catalyst to build a ‘fast IT’ organization to facilitate agile as well as stable development and find higher collaboration and cooperation between two tracks.