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Recent and actionable trends and insights around Enterprise Mobility.

With our label (Mobile Management Solutions), successfully helps in real-time enterprises of all sizes to effectively use mobility as a catalyst for business innovation, and productivity.
It is clear that, we are still at the early stage when it comes to Enterprise Mobility and mobile app strategies within enterprises. 
Causes and reasons are multiple. IT departments are ill-equipped to meet the demand for mobile apps due to budget and resourcing limitations, skills gap, legacy infrastructure, overall technology fragmentation and immature lifecycle workflows.
As a result, many companies are looking to external resources to meet business demand for mobile apps. 
IT is still in the driver’s seat when it comes to both the bulk of internal mobile app development, technology procurement and project management.
The types of mobile apps in highest demand by enterprises in all industries, including healthcare, financial services, insurance and retail, are customer relationship …

The Red Hat Mobile Application Platform in our mobile age.

The mobility is henceforth at the core of our blooming in terms of services, technologies applications, and productivity. 
Meaning that, henceforth, developers and enterprises need to focus on: user-experiences, design, security, privacy and scalability.
The Red Hat Mobile Application Platformaims to simplify and accelerate the development, integration, deployment, and management of mobile solutions by allowing collaboration across development teams, such as front-end application developers, back-end IT integration, and DevOps teams. salutes this initiative susceptible to offer enterprises a full technology stack to enable mobile-centric workloads to integrate with existing IT infrastructures.

Distributed applications and technologies: the stakes around a common container standard.

They are quite simple and powerful. From interoperability and security to critical innovations, the creation of the common container standard can produce a collaborative environment that fosters the rapid growth of container-based solutions, offering developers and businesses a single and holistic industry agreed upon approach and direction.
IBM, Amazon, CoreOS, Docker, Google and others team up to create the Open Container Platform (OCP) that will ensure that containers are interoperable.

Docker Based Container Services for Enterprise in our digital age: here is what matters!

In our digital age where, distributed applications, technologies and architectures are the game-changer, is proud to observe that, increasing number of businesses of all sizes, see Docker and others containers as the foundation for a new generation of business critical distributed applications.
Containers bring inter alia: flexibility, agility, security, visibility and scalability you need in real-time to build, run, scale and more.
Integrated Tools such as log analytics, performance monitoring and delivery pipeline simplifying life cycle management; Elastic Scaling and Auto Recovery ; Zero Downtime Deployments ; Private Overlays, Load Balancing and Automated Routing; Support for Persistent Storage ; Automated Image Security and Vulnerability Scanning are critical in this quest. 
So developers need henceforth more than basic execution of containers in the cloud. Advanced capabilities allowing production applications to be deployed and managed with ease; 
Significant busi…

Actionable considerations for businesses that are looking for the best cloud prices.

As leading platform when it comes to help businesses of all sizes, organizations and governments to streamline their end-to-end digital experiences, observes that, several enterprises struggle to calculate and compare costs to run a Cloud Workload.
It is logic and meriting recalling that, Google Cloud Platform is making lots of efforts ( in terms of prices, user experiences and technologies) to democratize your cloud experiences 
At, we review inter alia: specific use cases provided by different cloud service providers; use cases that emphasize the importance of looking at the workload requirements to identify the service that provides the best price-performance for a given workload. 
In the same dynamic, offers recommendations for enterprises and cloud service providers.