Test Drive Red Hat on AWS. Quickly and easily explore Red Hat solutions that are deployed using AWS automated server infrastructure. These Test Drives have been developed by Red Hat and ecosystem partners, and are provided free of charge for demonstration, education and evaluation purposes. Each Test Drive includes enough complimentary AWS server time to complete the step-by-step guided tour of the system using the provided lab manual. You can return here and try any or all of the Test Drives at any time, so feel free to experiment and explore.
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This Test Drive from Red Hat provides customers with a free, hands-on experience with Red Hat Gluster Storage, an open, software-defined storage solution. You'll have the option to create a highly available scale-out file storage solution, a secure enterprise file sync and share, or a distributed storage pool for machine data analytics with Splunk.
This lab provides both developers AND operations administrators the ability to experience the benefits of OpenShift Enterprise (OSE). The TestDrive process automates installation so that the OSE environment is immediately available for use.
Developers can attempt two methods for efficient application creation using Docker containers, while operations administrators can experiment with functions such as orchestration policy, viewing of platform statistics including application placement, etc.
Take this 30 minute Test Drive where our instructions will help you explore the Media Driver Integrated Console. Topics that are discussed within the tour will cover learning how to support your JBoss Fuse infrastructure while allowing management of your queue based processes from one centralized location, easily and reliably.
Take the JBoss Fuse Service Works Amazon Test Drive today and find out how easy it can be to solve complex integration problems with Enterprise Integration Patterns and the Fuse Service Works Platform. You’ll get access to a preconfigured Amazon Web Services environment and the sample use case we created, as well as step-by-step instructions, a demonstration video, and documentation to help you along the way.
Red Hat’s OpenShift Enterprise PaaS frees IT operations staff from provisioning systems and application components and provides developers with self-service capabilities. Developers can automate the provisioning of resources and begin coding in minutes. In this exercise discover how development teams deliver applications faster in order to meet growing business demands.