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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:
SiliconANGLE - Q&A: Why Red Hat, AWS are partnering for OpenShift services
Chuck Svoboda, senior director of managed cloud services for Red Hat and Ted Stanton, global head of sales for Red Hat and IBM at AWS, spoke with theCUBE industry analysts Lisa Martin and Paul Gillin at AWS re:Invent, during an exclusive broadcast on theCUBE. They discuss the evolution of ROSA and other Red Hat cloud services that are now available for consumption on the AWS Marketplace.
When is it secure enough? Vulnerability research and the future of vulnerability management
Red Hat VP of Product Security Vincent Danen talked to the team that discovered Meltdown, Spectre, and other potential side-channel attacks, Daniel Gruss and Martin Schwarzl of TU Graz, Austria. They discuss the problem of balancing risk tolerance and performance, future strategies for meeting that challenge, and the persistence and passion that fuel vulnerability research. Read more in the Red Hat Research Quarterly.
SD Times - What the Dev?: The evolution of the SRE
In this episode of the SD Times "What the Dev?" podcast this week, editor-in-chief David Rubinstein discusses the evolving role of the site reliability engineer (otherwise known as the SRE) within organizations with Narayanan Raghavan, senior director of site reliability engineering of OpenShift at Red Hat.
ON THE BLOG:
Red Hat Adds New Collaboration and MLOps Capabilities in Red Hat OpenShift Data Science
Red Hat OpenShift Data Science now includes new features for deeper data analysis and better collaboration between ITOps, data scientists, and intelligent application developers. Furthermore, customers can now use committed AWS spend to purchase and run Red Hat OpenShift Data Science directly through AWS Marketplace, providing easier accessibility and flexibility for deployments.
Red Hat is a finalist in the DevOps Dozen Awards
Red Hat has been named a finalist for multiple categories in the DevOps Dozen Awards. Take a moment and vote for the leaders, tools, and companies you think are truly deserving of an award for their exceptional service to the DevOps community. Public voting ends on December 31st.
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