Shadow-Soft was selected to lead a project for one of the world’s largest, multi-billion dollar defense contractors who provides cutting edge hardware and software in the engineering, powerplant, and vehicle manufacturing space. The defense contractor was aggressively pursuing a large defense contract to build a secure application delivery and development system for submarines.
Posts By: James Hendrix
Given the large increase in telework demands as well as online services due to COVID-19, organizations are finding themselves more taxed than ever regarding infrastructure and technology to maintain operability.
Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes (RHACM) provides a unified, centrally managed solution for customers with Kubernetes deployed across multiple environments.
So you’ve decided to take the plunge into the container world, adopt Kubernetes, and manage all of this through OpenShift, but have you made sure you’re ready to do so?
Thinking about containers? Chances are you’ve been considering a way to manage the development and operations surrounding them and likely have evaluated OpenShift as the platform to do just that.
You’re pushing to become a DevOps-centric organization, but you’re running into roadblocks and aren’t sure how to get there? In this blog post, Shadow-Soft’s James Hendrix shares his ideas on DevOps, Containers, Kubernetes, and OpenShift. Read on to learn more about Shadow-Soft’s series of workshops in Atlanta, Tampa, and Nashville.
Today’s competitive environment is driven by transformational change, innovation, and technologies that increase velocity to market while also protecting oneself from modern security threats as well as getting “left behind” in adopting modern business processes and development architectures.
The modern saying goes that “every company is a software company.” While maybe not in the strictest sense, most organizations do rely on applications, software, and infrastructure to ensure normal business operations. Read on to learn how modern development methodologies like Continuous Delivery (CD) can help to increase efficiency, lower costs, and shorten release cycles.