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Can’t get any more “Open” than Open Source for America, Open Stack, and Open Shift
John Gilroy WFED 1500AM radio interview with Gunnar Hellekson, chief technology strategist at Red Hat, US Public Sector
The last few years have seen drastic interest in open source and high-performance computing—areas where Red Hat has demonstrated outstanding success. During this interview, Gunnar expounds on a wide range of topics—everything from the number of Common Criteria certifications Red Hat has racked up, to Open Stack, to Linux® on the desktop.
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