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
- Bringing Red Hat Resilient Storage to the public cloud
- TFiR - How Red Hat and Intel are collaborating to accelerate 5G innovation and adoption.
- ZDNet - Is cloud-native computing as influential as it's stacked up to be? [Status Report]
- Technically Speaking (S1E01): Edge computing covered and diced
- How to activate your no-cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscription
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In part three of our Davie Street Enterprises (DSE) series, we're going to take a look at how DSE addressed some of its network issues that led to a major outage
"DSE Chief Architect Daniel Mitchell has been put in charge of Davie Street Enterprises' (DSE) digital transformation. He's feeling pressure from management since the website crashed last month, and was down for 46 hours straight. Shifting from one-off configurations and into an Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) model is now critical for DSE. It took a crisis, but management realized that procrastinating isn't an option and have tasked Mitchell to lead various teams to modernize their infrastructure..."
When I started as a Red Hat consultant a few years ago, I had limited prior knowledge of containers. I was excited to learn about Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform but also intimidated by all its functionality
"The Red Hat OpenShift Platform Developer learning path was very helpful in my journey, and this post will outline some of these resources to help you get started.
While we're going to focus on the Red Hat OpenShift Platform Developer learning path, you should know that there are two major Red Hat OpenShift learning paths. Both paths are relevant for delivery teams, consultants, and solution architects.
- Red Hat OpenShift Administrator: This path teaches how to configure, troubleshoot, and manage the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
- Red Hat OpenShift Platform Developer: This path teaches how to design, build, and deploy containerized software applications on an OpenShift cluster.
The recommended prerequisite for all the courses below is the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) certification. With the exception of DevOps Culture and Practice Enablement (DO500), the following courses are online and self-paced courses..."
If someone says "open source" to you today, you will probably fill in the rest of the phrase with "...software."
"Someone like me, who works for Red Hat, is bound to do this too, if only out of habit.
Since the term "open source" was first coined in 1998, software was indeed the only noun being described by this adjectival phrase for a long time-at least in the public domain. In the hallways of intelligence services around the world, "open source intelligence" was gaining traction around the close of the 20th Century. As the new century began, people started to take note of how code was being shared and began to apply the ideals of sharing and collaboration to other things..."
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