Edge computing relies on hybrid cloud and open source. Learn Red Hat's approach to this rapidly developing technology.

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Edge alone is not a strategy. It’s part of a hybrid cloud.

Wondering why there's another Red Hat Shares issue so soon after the last one? The February issue was all about edge computing. But, frankly, 1 newsletter isn’t enough to tackle a topic that’s poised to explode this year, as many predict.

We’ve published a couple of additional pieces on edge computing in the last month and thought you might be interested.

In this short issue, see how we approach edge computing, and read our own Paul Cormier’s blog post about edge’s dependence on hybrid cloud and open source.



Red Hat's approach to edge computing

IT spending is moving toward the edge. Open source solutions can help you seize the edge opportunity. Here’s our approach. 8-minute read



Why scale-out computing needs an open hybrid cloud strategy

Edge computing has 2 key delineating factors: It doesn’t exist without hybrid cloud, and the foundation of edge must be open or it will fail. 4-minute read



Red Hat Summit is moving to a virtual experience

The safety and well-being of our attendees is of utmost importance.

After closely monitoring developments with coronavirus (COVID-19), we're canceling the physical Red Hat Summit presence and rebuilding it as a free, multiday virtual event from April 28-29, 2020.


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