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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.


IN THE NEWS:

ITPro Today - IT Modernization Project Taps Red Hat Ansible, Hashicorp

The Asian Development Bank’s mission of promoting economic growth, tackling poverty and building a sustainable infrastructure relies on modern technology. Learn how Red Hat Ansible and HashiCorp helped ADB transform its IT infrastructure.

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ON THE BLOG:

Automated dynamic application security testing with RapiDAST and cross-team collaboration

Red Hat Product Security has been developing RapiDAST, a tool that can be used for security testing of products and services. It is also helpful for developers or quality engineers (QEs) to test the security of products during the software development life cycle (SDLC).

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GOOD READ:

The Enterprisers Project - 4 reasons IT leaders should champion sustainability

Adopting sustainable practices isn’t just good for the environment; it’s also smart business. The Climate Change Community of Practice at Red Hat explains what enterprises stand to gain from embracing more sustainable practices.

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CHECK IT OUT:

The Path to GitOps: A new e-book to guide you on your GitOps journey

Continuous integration, continuous delivery (CI/CD) and DevOps — you often hear these terms used interchangeably, and you’ve likely heard them bundled in together with GitOps. So what is GitOps? And when you’re comparing GitOps vs. DevOps, how are they different?

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CUSTOMER SUCCESS:

SiliconANGLE - Mobile application aims to transform healthcare system

Bitmarck introduced an online experience for patients to expand access to health information via a mobile app, including medication services, vaccination status, managing allergies and prescriptions. Sebastian Mass, senior enterprise architect at Bitmarck, spoke with theCUBE during the recent Red Hat Summit event to discuss how the company is using Red Hat Inc. tools to digitize patient experience.

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