Earlier this month, more than 400,000 people in Toledo, Ohio were told to not consume, cook with, or boil the tap water, after a toxin called microcystin was found in the water supply. While you take water for granted, would you drink it from a source that isn’t trusted? What if it came through pipes that don’t adhere to industry standards, or from faucets that are not manufactured in factories that are ISO 9000 certified?
As we make the shift to the cloud era, computing’s traditional building blocks are increasingly abstracted away. This is fueled by the advent of hypervisors, virtual machines, public clouds, and application containers.
We are pleased to announce the beta release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.6, the latest version of our Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 platform.
Of the many coveted C-suite business roles, there is perhaps none more dynamic and susceptible to change than that of the Chief Information Officer. It's easy to see why - tasked with handling and managing an organization's entire information technology ecosystem, these business leaders are required to constantly be on the pulse of new developments.
David Perry, senior patent counsel at Red Hat, has been recognized by the Triangle Business Journal as one of the 2014 winners of the publication's Corporate Counsel of the Year Awards. The awards recognize outstanding in-house counsel who are leaders in the Raleigh, N.C. business community.
We know that Red Hat is a great place to work, and we're glad others agree! The Triangle Business Journal named Red Hat as one of its Best Places to Work in the Raleigh, N.C. region, and FlexJobs recognized us as one of the 25 Companies with the Most Work-from-Home Jobs.
We’re thrilled to share that Red Hat has received the HP Technology Alliance Super Partner Award, which recognizes HP partners for their roles in helping to bring the new style of IT to joint clients. Red Hat was recognized for achievements in year-over-year sales and pipeline growth, and resources dedicated to HP Enterprise Services practice development.
We are proud to announce that Sage Weil, manager of software engineering and senior consulting engineer at Red Hat, received a 2014 O’Reilly Open Source Award during today’s plenary session at OSCON 2014. As one of the creators of Ceph, an open source distributed storage file system, and the Ceph Community, Weil was honored for his contributions and commitment to the open source community.
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