Day: June 1, 2020

Technology

Using Azure and Visual Studio Team Services for open-source development

Do you currently use AWS with open-source solutions? Well, the good news is, you have another option. With the right tools, you can shift your infrastructure over to another cloud platform with increased scalability and flexibility. Microsoft recently migrated Modern Muse’s open-source systems from Amazon Web Services (AWS) to Microsoft Azure to demonstrate the flexibility and range of their technologies.

At Ralliton, we can help you migrate your open-source technologies and give you access to the agility, accessibility, and scalability of Azure. Contact us today to learn more.

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Technology

The Network in 2020: Faster, Closer, Smarter

It’s true. We expect a lot from our devices and the internet. Capabilities, connectivity—we know that practically anything we can think of is out there, cloud-based, ready for us to use and enjoy. This demand is why the network must continue to be quick to adapt. Steve Alexander sums up key requirements in his Forbes article, “The Network in 2020: Faster, Closer, Smarter” where he states that user experiences and interconnectedness will elevate to new levels. Users demand it. Connect with Ralliton for more thoughtful articles.

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Technology

Getting Started with Red Hat on Azure

Open source can give you freedom and choice, helping you extend your cloud investment. But many solutions lack the integrations and support you need. Azure is part of Red Hat’s Certified Cloud Service Provider program, so all the benefits of your current subscription transfer with you on Azure.

At Ralliton, we have well-trained and experienced employees ready to help with your open-source needs. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help.

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