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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:
Bringing Red Hat Resilient Storage to the public cloud
Last year public cloud providers Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS announced support for shared block devices, paving the way for Red Hat to provide support for Red Hat Resilient Storage Add-On on those platforms. After a period of careful testing, Red Hat announced support for Resilient Storage on each of these platforms with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8.3 and later releases.
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TFiR - How Red Hat and Intel are collaborating to accelerate 5G innovation and adoption.
This new wave of collaboration with Intel is aimed at enabling offerings like Edge computing, 5G radio access networks (RAN), 5G core, hybrid multi-cloud networking and more in enterprise and telecommunications service provider networks.
ZDNet - Is cloud-native computing as influential as it's stacked up to be? [Status Report]
Making an automated mechanism for building and deploying software workloads onto cloud platforms was a superb idea. Since 2015, the task of building a business around it has, at least on paper, been tackled by the open-source community. Today, its champions are the names we recognize: Google, VMware, Microsoft, Amazon (if reluctantly), Red Hat, and by extension, IBM.
Technically Speaking (S1E01): Edge computing covered and diced
What is edge computing, and what does it mean for data workloads, latency, and our precious, precious bandwidth? Red Hat CTO Chris Wright reboots Technically Speaking in this first episode where we explore edge computing.
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How to activate your no-cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscription
A few weeks ago, we announced the new, no-cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) subscription. Here’s a quick guide for developers who want to set up a subscription and start using it right away.
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