ON DEMAND | During this virtual event, participants heard from federal leaders, academics, and specialists who worked to creatively develop a replicable talent pipeline in the federal government.
Through 2020, Federal agencies had to scale infrastructure and technology to meet telework demands overnight. Many agencies entered a hybrid workforce – with employees resuming mission critical responsibilities from both the office and at home. Essential services, such as unemployment insurance, healthcare IT, and relief efforts, all needed to continue with many teams working overtime to meet increased demand.
Demands on Federal agencies today are greater than perhaps ever before. Innovation and modernization are essential to transform processes, grow capabilities, and speed time to delivery. IT shops are at the center of agency transformation efforts.
The public sector’s uptake of technology is notoriously sluggish: Government agencies often lag years behind their private-sector counterparts in adopting new digital ways of working. However, now that citizens around the world engage with technology in all aspects of their daily lives, governments are facing increased pressure to overhaul outdated systems and accelerate their own digital transformations.
Every technology in your IT stack needs to work together. And the workloads need to be portable and scalable across bare metal servers, virtual machines, containers, and private and public clouds. They need a modern, security-oriented operating system (OS). That OS is Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Red Hat explored application development modernization in the Department of Defense (DoD), where transformational timing is mission-critical.
In the “Modernizing the Monolith” study, MeriTalk surveyed 275 Federal IT decision makers – and examined progress within three specific mission areas: healthcare, public safety, and financial services – to understand why legacy systems are so entrenched in Federal agencies, and how solutions like application programming interfaces (APIs), microservice architectures, and open source can improve data sharing, alleviate legacy lockup, and accelerate overall modernization progress.
A hybrid cloud platform for any application, team, or infrastructure.
This webinar series will showcase a different technology available throughout Red Hat’s product portfolio.
Data and analytics are the key to improving decision making, improving citizen services, and managing the mission with transparency and accountability. View our ON DEMAND webinar for the Department of Commerce, with Tableau and DLT, were we discuss the ever growing data landscape, a demonstration of the Tableau platform, and how to use the DOC Tableau Agency Catalog Market Place.
Panel of industry experts and Government leadership discusses the security implications with IaC and APIs, and provides recommendations for addressing these new attack vectors.
This eBook examines the elements of the digital public services environment and how agencies can meet their obligations to citizens by building effective, secure software.
Listen to the webinar as government and industry leaders discuss common data challenges, potential hybrid cloud solutions, and ways to incorporate critical requirements, like compliance and cybersecurity.