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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.


NEW ON THE BLOG:

Red Hat: Leading the enterprise Linux server market

Red Hat is proud of the leadership position we have long maintained in the enterprise operating system market, providing the Linux foundation to drive enterprise IT innovation forward. We're pleased to continue this leadership, with a new report from IDC that includes datashowing that Red Hat as the leading choice for paid Linux in the worldwide server operating environment market as well as a powerful player in server operating systems at-large.

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SiliconANGLE - Red Hat's CTO sees open-source as driver of choice and consistency in hybrid environments

Red Hat's Chris Wright recently spoke with SiliconANGLE's theCUBE about open hybrid cloud and the open source journey. One key takeaway: "As infrastructure changes, it's not just hardware [that's evolving]; it's virtualized data centers. It's public clouds."

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Registration for Red Hat Summit 2020 now open!

Registration for Red Hat Summit 2020 is now open! We're heading back to San Francisco and the Moscone Center on April 27-29, 2020, where we expect thousands of customers, partners and technology industry leaders from around the world to come together for a high-energy week of innovation, education and collaboration.

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GOOD READ:

TechCrunch - Making sense of a multi-cloud hybrid cloud

Containers make it easier to manage across different types of infrastructure. "It's more efficient, more affordable, and ultimately, cloud-native allows folks to drive more automation," said Joe Fernandes in a recent interview with TechCrunch.

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Barron's - 'Kubernetes' Is the Future of Computing. What You Should Know About the New Trend.

For on-premise companies looking to use multiple clouds, IDC analyst Gary Chen added, "Red Hat right now is the leader in Kubernetes software. They have the early lead."

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