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.
How Red Hat addresses culture, diversity, and inclusion
Statistics show that tapping into a more diverse workforce makes good business sense, and this becomes particularly important in the digital economy. Red Hat's approach to diversity and inclusion (D+I) is underpinned by the company's open source culture of meritocracy-that good ideas can come from anyone, anywhere, regardless of job title. Read this IDC market perspective about how Red Hat addresses culture, diversity, and inclusion.
Red Hat and Google Cloud: Fueling innovation in hybrid cloud
Red Hat and Google Cloud have navigated open source skies as contributors within some of the same community projects since 2010. That common ground—fueled by a commitment to containers—has helped to evolve Red Hat’s relationship with Google Cloud into the collaboration we know today.
Medium Business - How Red Hat Helped Make Open Source A Global Phenomenon
Two entrepreneurs saw an opportunity. They created a company called Red Hat that was focused wholly on the Linux open source software, a seemingly crazy idea at the time. Today, it has grown into a major global enterprise. Here’s how they did it.
Vodafone Egypt Reboots Customer Experience with Red Hat’s Hybrid Cloud and Cloud-Native Technologies
Vodafone Egypt has deployed Red Hat Cloud Suite to advance its customer-first digital transformation initiative. The project includes rebuilding Vodafone Egypt’s website using a microservices-based architecture, and adopting DevOps methodology to better streamline operations and help boost productivity, offering a path for faster time-to-market for new innovations.
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Announcing the evolution of the Red Hat Certified Engineer program
As the industry itself has grown and changed, new technologies have emerged and how those technologies work together has shifted to a focus on hybrid cloud implementations. With this technology shift automation has become an increasingly important skill for Linux system administrators. This evolution of the industry and technology has created a need for us to also evolve the Red Hat Certified Engineer program to better enable Red Hat Certified Professionals.