Red Hat announced new end-to-end Kubernetes-native decision management capabilities as part of the latest release of Red Hat Process Automation.
Jon Collins, VP of Research for Gigaom, has joined the BIZDEVOPS Blog on DEVOPSdigest.
Collins has advised the world's largest technology companies in product and go-to-market strategy, acted as an agile software consultant to a variety of enterprise organizations, advised government departments on IT security and network management, led the development of a mobile healthcare app, and successfully managed a rapidly expanding Enterprise IT environment. Collins is frequently called upon to offer direct and practical advice to support IT and digital transformation strategy and has served on the editorial board for the BearingPoint Institute thought leadership program. He is currently a columnist for IDG Connect. He wrote the British Computer Society's handbook for security architects and co-authored The Technology Garden, a book offering CIOs clear advice on the six principles of sustainable IT delivery. He has also written numerous papers and guides about getting the most out of technology and is an accomplished speaker, facilitator, and presenter.
Gigaom is a future-focused, independent analyst firm, developing in-depth IT sector research, serving enterprises undertaking business transformation through innovative technological change. Gigaom differs from other analyst firms because it has a strong, respected independent voice that looks beyond the mainstream and delivers exceptional results. More than two million monthly unique readers rely on Gigaom to provide incisive research, webinars, podcasts and blog posts offering a future-oriented take on innovative trends and tools in the world of Data and Analytics, Cloud, Security, DevOps, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, and Work Tech. The firm's readership includes investors, entrepreneurs, decision-makers, rising leaders in technology, and senior executives, IT engineers and product professionals at enterprises, across all verticals.