Red Hat and Microsoft announce an expansion of their existing alliance to help enterprises more easily adopt containers and cloud-native applications. From Windows Server containers on Red Hat OpenShift to SQL Server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, two of cloud computing's leaders are helping to simplify how IT organizations can digitally transform to meet evolving business needs. In this video, Microsoft's John Gossman and Mike Neil and Red Hat's Mike Evans and Mike Ferris discuss the expanded alliance, what it brings to enterprise IT and how joint customers will benefit.
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Compare the Cloud talks to Global VP for Arrow Cloud, Steve Robinson at Arrow Labs about strategy for hybrid cloud, the importance of distribution and helping a channel partner from a financial perspective.