Since our very beginnings in 1993, Red Hat has always been about success through collaboration. It's a mindset we apply to the many relationships we've cultivated throughout the open source community, and it's an important and fundamental aspect of how we work with our channel partners. We understand that without those partners, there would be no room for growth or future opportunities. Without those partners and the close relationships we have with them, there would be no Red Hat as we know it today.
Red Hat has always believed in diversity, inclusion, and equality of voices - not only for our associates, but also our partners, customers, the broader technology industry, and the communities where we live and work. Our business is deeply rooted in the principles of collaboration and inclusion, where people from diverse backgrounds and experiences come together to share ideas, challenge the status quo, and spur innovation. We've seen first hand the impact of this collaboration among diverse groups of people.
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Today, we are pleased to announce the beta availability of Red Hat Developer Toolset 3.1, Red Hat’s selection of the latest, stable open source C and C++ compilers and complementary development tools. Bridging developer productivity and production stability, Red Hat Developer Toolset 3.1 Beta is available through the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer Program and related subscriptions, and allows developers to compile applications once and deploy across multiple versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
A natural reaction to the ever-growing complexity of enterprise IT is the desire for a consistent management strategy and architecture, especially as infrastructure goes through the metamorphosis it's in right now. Over the last few years, the traditional footprint of physical has expanded to include virtual. And as customers are now looking to deploy on both private and public clouds, the convergence of the four technology footprints is happening right now. This will no longer be a nice to have, but table stakes for CIOs and IT managers if they want to achieve consistency in 2015.
Red Hat’s Software Architect Sage Weil to deliver keynote address “Open source vs. Open standards” at Linux Foundation’s Vault conference on March 12
Red Hat is pleased to announce that Sage Weil, Red Hat software architect and creator of Ceph software-defined storage software, will deliver a keynote speech at The Vault Conference on Thursday, March 12. Sage's talk, "Open source vs. open standards," will discuss why open source software is the key technology driver in the next revolution of data storage.