By enhancing the performance and security of Azure applications and services, F5 solutions enable healthcare companies to meet growing service demands by expanding capacity, improving patient knowledge and experience, and safeguarding operations against attacks.
Red Hat and F5 provide critical infrastructure to industry-leading operators who have built—or are in the process of building—resilient cloud-native architectures to improve IT clouds, telco clouds, or a combination of both.
Together, F5 and Red Hat help organizations reduce risk, achieve a faster mean time to resolution, and ultimately free up limited resources to focus on high-value tasks.
The healthcare sector’s investments in IT are helping find the fastest paths to improved service by bringing care closer to the patient. Many healthcare companies are tapping into massive amounts of clinical and other health data to track developments and get broad-stroke trends of the overall healthcare landscape, while moving as close to precision care as possible.
Today's rapidly changing technological landscape underscores the evolving nature of application security, the limitations of network firewalls in securing distributed applications, and the growing role of app and API security solutions in safeguarding enterprise digital infrastructure.
Retailers utilize platform engineering to streamline the software development process by curating self-service tools and automating workflows for the infrastructure and systems required to create compelling digital customer experiences.
A profound transformation is underway in manufacturing, as workflows are further automated and management processes are digitized. With increasing global material constraints and regulations geared towards sustainable production, manufacturers leverage the cloud’s security and scale to drive innovations as they adapt their processes toward the expected future paradigm.
While containers can help make diverse, hybrid environments more consistent, they also create new security challenges, often due to a lack of visibility into the containers themselves.
Read why the F5 portfolio continues to support all applications whether on-premises or in the public cloud—or both.
As application delivery shifts from CDNs and a single cloud to distributed cloud architectures, managing security and performance across NetOps, SecOps, and DevOps teams has become increasingly complex. Through collaboration, F5 and Red Hat are making it easier to connect and secure your cloud networks and applications.