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.
Microsoft automates to achieve more with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform
Using Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform and working closely with Red Hat Consulting, Microsoft created a standardized, centralized automation environment that reduces routine, repeatable tasks and complexity. Its DevOps teams can now focus on sharing knowledge, building skills, and creating innovative technology solutions.
ON THE BLOG:
Real open source projects take mentoring seriously
Part of starting, or growing, a successful open source community is designing the community to be sustainable. This means the project needs to be able to reliably, and repeatedly, bring in new people and help them become ongoing contributors. Red Hat's Karsten Wade talks about how mentoring new contributors is crucial to enabling a community to be sustainable.
What does it mean to be a great place to work?
Chief People Officer DeLisa Alexander reflects on the last year, a time of immense opportunity, successes and growth for Red Hat and our associates. One of the things that she is most proud of is the recognition Red Hat received for our culture and the environment we strive to create for our associates.
IN THE NEWS:
SiliconANGLE - Red Hat customers say hybrid is their top cloud strategy
Customers of Red Hat are increasingly opting for a hybrid approach as their preferred cloud strategy, but doing so isn't always easy: A large number of them admit to struggling to attract staff with the right skills to make it happen. That's one of the main takeaways from Red Hat's 2020 Global Customer Tech Outlook, a survey of 876 of its biggest customers.
CHECK IT OUT:
The economic impact of Red Hat Enterprise Linux: RHEL for everybody
At Red Hat, we continue to be impressed by how the world's leading enterprise Linux platform impacts not only the tech industry but also local economies worldwide.