Harry Mower

Red Hat Developer Alumnus

Harry Mower

Harry is an Executive leader with 20 years engaging customers through marketing, business development and evangelism. Senior leadership roles in consumer and enterprise technology. He is a subject matter expert in cloud services and developer tools including understanding of the underlying technologies, market dynamics, monetization strategies, business development, and marketing.

Harry Mower's contributions

Article

From Localhost to the Cloud: Helping Organizations Develop Applications in a Hybrid World

Harry Mower

For many developers, desktop tools are where they spend most of their time and feel most comfortable. We also recognize that developers are looking for new ways to build applications and new tools that are designed for these technologies. Developers are now using the cloud to host and manage their developer environment, and we see the tools that developers use moving to the cloud as well. In the past year, we have taken steps to broaden our portfolio of developer...

Article

Celebrating the builders

Harry Mower

One of the most significant shifts that developers have had to face has been the coming of age of the hybrid cloud. Cloud-native paradigms like microservices and Linux containers–and now serverless–have shaken up traditional application development practices. Modern application development in a cloud-native world requires developers to apply new tools and new ways of thinking. When we introduced the Red Hat Developer program in 2015, our goal was to build a community and provide a space where developers could come...

Article

Why Red Hat is acquiring Codenvy - Expanding our cloud-native app dev portfolio

Harry Mower

At last year’s Red Hat Summit in San Francisco, we talked about how Eclipse Che was becoming an important part of our developer tools strategy. A few weeks ago, you saw that come to life with the introduction of OpenShift.io, which includes Eclipse Che. Today, I’m excited to announce that we’ve taken the next step in that journey and have entered into an agreement to purchase Codenvy, the company behind Eclipse Che. Codenvy started Eclipse Che in 2014 by exporting...

            Article
       Thumbnail
Article

Announcing Red Hat OpenShift.io

Harry Mower

Introducing OpenShift.io Plan, create and deploy hybrid cloud services in less time, with better results Effortless approach to DevOps One click Linux container environments for developers Better decisions through machine-learned recommendations Our job at Red Hat is to provide tools that help make developers successful. For us, that doesn’t mean building a better IDE or a single tool in the tool chain. We have a bigger vision for improving the entire development experience. Our goal is to help development teams...

            Article
       Thumbnail
Article

DevNation 2016 Keynote Recap

Harry Mower + 1

This morning at DevNation we talked about the past and the future. A past that helped create some of the fundamental building blocks of application development and a future where we can reimagine them all. As part of the open source community, Red Hat has worked with countless individuals and organizations over the past 20+ years to solve some of the biggest problems and provide technology that many businesses rely on today. It was great to have so many of...

            Article
       Thumbnail
Article

Sharing the stage with Microsoft at Build 2016

Harry Mower

Back in November we announced that we would be partnering with Microsoft to make a supported version of .NET available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Since then we’ve been working together to make sure that .NET runs great on RHEL and has the capabilities that enterprise developers require. Today, at Microsoft Build, we were invited to join Scott Hanselmann on stage where we demonstrated some of that work and showed how the partnership is helping to create a more stable...

            Article
       Thumbnail
Article

Red Hat and Microsoft making .NET on Linux work for Enterprises

Harry Mower

Today is a pretty exciting day if you’re an enterprise developer. . . Red Hat and Microsoft have announced that the two companies will be working together to bring a supported version of the .NET runtime to Red Hat’s Enterprise Linux and OpenShift 3. This offers developers more freedom and choice in how they develop their applications. Having spent a big part of my career at Microsoft and working with .NET since its inception, I’ve grown to love the strengths...

            Article
       Thumbnail
Article

Red Hat Developers - Learn More. Share More. Code More.

Harry Mower

It’s hard to overestimate the importance of software in the modern economy. As the world gets more connected and the price-to-performance of hardware continues to improve, investments are being shifted from reducing cost to generating new value. That value is predominantly software-driven and as this new model takes hold, more and more companies will be, fundamentally, software companies. Because of this transformation, the demand is rising for highly skilled software developers as well as platforms, tools, and programs that can...