What Is Enterprise Open Source?
Red Hat, April 11th, 2019
Friday Five - April 12, 2019
"We already know what open source is, right? There's a great deal written about open source from just about every angle, even a handy definition of what constitutes open source, but what about enterprise open source? While not necessarily exhaustive, here's what we're talking about when we say 'enterprise open source.'
First and foremost, it is open source. A product isn't "enterprise open source" simply because it integrates a single permissively licensed open source library or 'works with' or 'runs on' open source..."
Red Hat, April 12th, 2019
Announcing The Evolution Of The Red Hat Certified Engineer Program
"The Friday Five is a weekly Red Hat blog post with 5 of the week's top news items and ideas from or about Red Hat and the technology industry. Consider it your weekly digest of things that caught our eye...
- How Red Hat addresses culture, diversity, and inclusion
- Red Hat and Google Cloud: Fueling innovation in hybrid cloud
- Medium Business - How Red Hat Helped Make Open Source A Global Phenomenon
- Vodafone Egypt Reboots Customer Experience with Red Hat's Hybrid Cloud and Cloud-Native Technologies
- Announcing the evolution of the Red Hat Certified Engineer program
Read on for details.
Red Hat, April 10th, 2019
The Ceph Monitoring Challenge: Prometheus, Grafana, And Ansible Rise To The Task
"For nearly 20 years, the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) certification program has certified IT professionals around the world who are skilled, proven, and ready to take on projects that address evolving technology challenges. In that time the RHCE certification credential has become known as one of the leading certification programs for Linux skills.
As the industry itself has grown and changed, new technologies have emerged and how those technologies work together has shifted to a focus on hybrid cloud implementations. With this technology shift automation has become an increasingly important skill for Linux system administrators. This evolution of the industry and technology has created a need for us to also evolve the RHCE program to better enable Red Hat Certified Professionals.
On to what you really want to know!..."
Red Hat, April 10th, 2019
"Managing growth in applications and infrastructure is a significant challenge for many organizations as they scale. Every new application or server that's added to the environment serves a business requirement, so keeping services usable in today's 24x7x365 world represents both a challenge and an opportunity to meet a higher service level agreement (SLA)..."
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