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Friday Five — June 29, 2015

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. This week, we bring you a special edition—"The Summit Seven"—focusing on the top news from last week's 2015 Red Hat Summit.


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NetworkWorld - Red Hat makes its case to be THE container company

With the announcement of OpenShift Enterprise 3 and the Atomic Enterprise Platform ‐ both of which support containers as first-class citizens ‐ Executive Vice President Paul Cormier says Red Hat is looking to become THE container company... The newly-released Version 3 of OpenShift has been redesigned from its core to support containers, says Ashesh Badani, general manager of the OpenShift product... The company also launched the preview of a product named Atomic Enterprise Platform, which is a pared-down version of OpenShift that is solely a container-management platform... Atomic is meant for organizations that are comfortable managing their own apps infrastructure, but would like to deploy those apps in containers. Cormier says one key to both OpenShift 3 and Atomic is that they have the certified Red Hat operating system RHEL as their base, which gives containers the same security and management features that are in RHEL.

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New offering from Red Hat Training - Red Hat Learning Subscription

Red Hat Learning Subscription offers all of our Red Hat Online Learning courses and more in a single package. This program allows you to take any of these courses at your own pace, saving you time, energy, and budget. Red Hat Online Learning courses feature the same high-quality course content found in our traditional classrooms, supplemented with cloud-based labs. Some online learning courses also include dozens of recorded webinars by senior instructors. No matter what you need to learn, it's just a click away.

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The Register - FeedHenry now Red Hat Mobile App Platform, gets OpenShift cloud integration

The Red Hat Mobile Application Platform consists of tools and templates for building mobile applications combined with back-end services to handle features including authentication, data, and integration with existing systems. It is based on FeedHenry, which Red Hat acquired in October 2014. Supported mobile platforms include iOS, Android, Windows Phone and Apache Cordova... Red Hat has added three things to the platform, on top of what it acquired from FeedHenry. The first is integration with OpenShift, Red Hat’s public cloud application platform. OpenShift customers now have immediate access to the Mobile Application Platform. Second, there are new node.js adapters to integrate with JBoss, Red Hat’s Java middleware product. Third, the company has added a push notification service from Aerogear, another Red Hat project.

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Introducing Red Hat Access Insights

At Red Hat Summit, Marco Bill-Peter announced a new subscription service offering that enables customers to proactively manage and optimize their Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure environments. Red Hat Access Insights provides actionable intelligence to help customers identify and resolve current and potential technical issues through an analytics-driven approach. With Red Hat Access Insights, customers can reduce costly downtime and spend more time focusing on their strategic goals.

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ZDNet - Red Hat enters mobile software market with Samsung

What do you do when you're king of the Linux server mountain and you want more? In Red Hat's case, you develop a new mobile software stack, Red Hat Mobile Application Platform (RHMAP), and you partner up with the world's top Android smartphone vendor, Samsung. According to the companies' joint announcement, Samsung Business Services and Red Hat plan to deliver business applications, a developer ecosystem, support services, and business collaboration. All this is being built around Red Hat's new Red Hat Mobile Application Platform... Red Hat Mobile Application Platform's goal is to "simplify and accelerate the development, integration, deployment, and management of mobile solutions by allowing collaboration across development teams, such as front-end application developers, back-end IT integration, and DevOps teams."

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Red Hat Customer Portal Recognized as One of the "Ten Best Web Support Sites"

Red Hat announced that the Red Hat Customer Portal ‐ which provides customers with easy access to technical expertise and information about Red Hat's products ‐ has been named one of the "Ten Best Web Support Sites" by the Association of Support Professionals (ASP). This marks the fifth year in a row the Red Hat Customer Portal has been included in the "Open Division" of ASP's annual list... This year, our award submission summarized our 2014 efforts to improve the user experience by continuing to transition from reactive to proactive support and services. By introducing tools such as Red Hat Access Labs, we are delivering repeatable and complex solutions to prevent, mitigate, and troubleshoot issues within our customers’ technical environments. Additionally, our Red Hat Customer Portal engineers developed an optimal user experience flow to greatly improve customers' product evaluation and download experiences.

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Red Hat Announces Winners of Women in Open Source Awards

Red Hat announced that Sarah Sharp, embedded software architect at Intel, and Kesha Shah, a student at Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology, as the winners of its first Women in Open Source Awards. The winners were announced at Red Hat Summit, the industry's premier open source technology conference. The Women in Open Source Awards recognize women who make important contributions to open source projects and communities or who promote open source methodologies. The awards recognize open source contributors in two categories: Community and Academic. Sharp won in the Community category for her tireless efforts in improving communications and women's roles in the open source community... Shah, a full-time student, won in the Academic category for her outstanding coding and mentoring work while studying information and communication technology.

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