Nothing is more important than community - so we created a space for all of us. Meet the Red Hat pop-up experience
"Why create a pop-up? Because virtually, we can think outside the expo floor by making an experience that's memorable, shareable, and fun-and most importantly, useful and engaging.
We know that our users and customers are looking for more information about enterprise open source technologies and how to use them for real-world workloads. Delivering that information in person is one of the highlights of being at Red Hat-but now, we embraced the opportunity to reach the open source community from all over the world through a first-of-its-kind online experience..."
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...
- Red Hat Advances Cloud-Native Analytics with New Kubernetes-Based Data Services
- Poste Italiane Speeds Up Cloud-Native Application Development by 80% Using Red Hat's Open Hybrid Cloud Technologies
- Red Hat brings its expo experience directly to you
- The Edge Markets - Red Hat OpenShift named as most widely deployed multicloud container platform
- Ceph scales to 10 billion objects
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Many customers I talk to have gotten a lot of value out of Red Hat Insights, which allows Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) customers to proactively identify and remediate risks in their RHEL environments
"These risks can include items related to security and compliance, performance, availability, and stability.
However, one common request I've heard is that customers would like a way to add their own internal checks that are specific to their environment into Insights.
This type of functionality is now available with the Policies capability in Red Hat Insights, which allows customers to define their own policies which are evaluated when Insights data is uploaded from RHEL hosts. If any of the policies are evaluated to match, an email or webhook action can be triggered..."
The impact of COVID-19 on the jobs market has been substantial, but we know that enterprises are still looking for qualified IT professionals
"Red Hat is working to help those affected by COVID-19 gain the skills and knowledge that can help them find their next opportunity.
We hope to help more people learn and be able to demonstrate the in-demand skills that will help them land a position in the IT industry, which is why we are making our Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) Linux learning path available for free to job-seekers in collaboration with SkillsBuild.org.
The content will be augmented with content from other SkillsBuild.org content partners to make our Linux track viable for those with no or minimal IT background who are looking to re-skill in order to re-enter the workforce. Whether you are seeking job retraining, are a student entering the workforce and getting started in your career, or a seasoned IT professional, this training will be a fit for you..."
Interning at Red Hat has been one of the most challenging summers of my life, but it's been well worth it. Being an engineering intern working on Red Hat OpenShift's GitOps workflow has forced me to grow and learn more than ever before
"My internship position on March 4th. A very short time later, COVID-19 caused companies to cancel their internships all over the United States. Thankfully, Red Hat announced that internships would go on in a virtual format.The Early Talent team made the necessary arrangements to make sure that our experience was impacted as little as possible by this change.
Prior to starting this internship I felt nervous about many things; the biggest worry was that I wasn't sure if I was prepared for the internship after only having a three-month software engineering bootcamp as my background. I had many other worries too, including if I would work well with my new team and if I would have enough networking opportunities from a virtual experience. However, before I started my internship, my team made me feel so supported and welcomed and gave me the tools needed to prepare beforehand to feel more confident..."
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