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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.


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Power Training at Red Hat Summit 2020 can build IT skills

Attendees of Red Hat Summit looking for in-depth training on-site can add Power Training to their registration. These two-day, interactive courses provide accelerated training with expert instructors at a special rate. Check out the courses being offered this year.

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CUSTOMER SUCCESS:

How Omnitracs Transformed to a DevOps Culture with OpenShift

Andrew Harrison, lead IT DevOps Engineer at Omnitracs, said he's successfully transitioned the company away from a "waterfall" style of development and deployment towards a devops and agile based approach, thanks to the help of Red Hat OpenShift.

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RECOMMENDED READING:

EnterpriseAI - Four Principles for Building a Culture of Automation, by Nick Hopman, VP, Red Hat

Individuals and teams may be pretty good at automating their own everyday processes. But the challenge continues to be applying a culture of automation across the entire enterprise so that the organization can drive towards the common goal of developing apps faster and more efficiently.

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NEW ON THE BLOG:

Seven questions to steer open source project community development

In this post, Dave Neary, community architect at Red Hat, runs through the seven questions he is always asked about developing open source projects, and how the answers to these questions can shape all follow-up recommendations for community development.

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GOOD READ:

DevOps.com - Multi-Cloud Adoption to Better Enable the Developer Workforce

In 2019, we saw the acquisition of Red Hat by IBM, the largest software company acquisition in IT history, to support both cloud and open source software. This acquisition and others suggest that the trend will continue moving forward. In addition, multi-cloud within companies and use by developers will continue to rise.

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