Bernhard Cygan

With more than 30 years of experience in the software industry, Bernhard has served the whole range of roles from Developer to Architect, Product Owner, Agile Coach and Consultant.
In 2019 Bernhard joined Red Hat as a Senior Solution Architect; in this role, he uses his field experience to support customers on their digital transformation and application modernization journey using Open Source and cloud technology. His current focus points are DevOps Metrics and Supply Chain Security.


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00 - Next-Gen Architecture, Culture & Processes

DevOps Metrics – What are they good for ?

Why do we need DevOps Metrics and what are they good for ?

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00 - IT Automation & Management

Optimizing a systemd service for security

First of all: What is a systemd service ? systemd is an init system in the Linux world, similar but not identical to init or SysVinit init systems (see [8]). There has been much discussion about this, but in the end all major distributions have for some time now switched to systemd. Essentially, systemd moves […]

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00 - Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure

OpenShift absichern für die Gesundheitsbranche

For english content please see the blog post by Chris Jenkins at  https://www.redhat.com/en/blog/openshift-security-hardening-healthcare-industry which essentially presents the same information as this post. Because of the importance of the topic and the ask from our german-language customers we wanted to also present this information in german. “Security is not a product, it itself is a process” […]

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