Red Hat is pleased to announce that Government and Community Affairs Manager Melanie Chernoff has been recognized by the Triangle Business Journal with its 40 Under 40 Leadership Award. Chernoff, along with the other winners, was honored for her outstanding achievements and contributions to Red Hat and the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill, North Carolina, communities.
The OpenStack Foundation unveiled its latest release – OpenStack Icehouse – on April 17, and while Bitergia is still crunching the numbers, once again, Red Hat was the top corporate contributor. While we’re certainly proud of our ongoing work in the OpenStack community, our role as a leading open source contributor is no secret. Community-powered innovation is at our core, and Red Hat’s commitment to OpenStack is no different.
We are excited to announce a new book for developers starting their journey with Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), written by two members of Red Hat’s OpenShift team, Steve Pousty and Katie Miller. “Getting Started with OpenShift” is a tool for application developers who are newcomers to PaaS and impatient to see its benefits. It will be a big help to developers who are passionate about writing applications and code, but want to avoid being bogged down in the details of administering servers.
Red Hat Summit 2014 will not only be the largest gathering of Red Hat customers, partners and associates this year, but it will also be a chance for people to donate their time to a couple of great causes.
At Red Hat Summit 2014, attendees and their guests can enter the Red Hat “Philanthropy Zone” and offer much-needed support for families and children in San Francisco and throughout the world by participating in:
When we announced our vision for Red Hat JBoss xPaaS services for OpenShift in September 2013, we knew that it not only represented the natural and necessary evolution of enterprise software development, but also that it was a radical shift from the traditional software development paradigm.
Red Hat, as the leading open source enterprise company, firmly believes that collaborative development is the driving force of innovation. Linux and OpenStack are just a few remarkable examples of what can be accomplished through this community-powered innovation. Currently, cloud is changing everything. It is a wave of new thinking driven not by any single vendor, but rather by the true needs of agile deployment - focused on dynamic orchestration of compute, storage, and network services.