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:
The Stack - Dell infrastructure can now be managed via Red Hat OpenShift under new “APEX” offering
Red Hat customers will be able to configure and manage Dell infrastructure through the OpenShift user interface under a deepening agreement between the two that aims to make it easier to configure hybrid cloud environments to run containerized workloads on.
CFO Thought Leader - Satisfying a growth appetite | Bobby Leibrock, CFO, Red Hat
Last October, when it was announced that Bobby Leibrock would become the next CFO of IBM subsidiary Red Hat, finance team members no doubt understood that the open-source developer was coronating not just any IBM veteran but a strategic finance executive who for years had been entrenched along the front lines of IBM’s software acquisition activities.
CHECK IT OUT:
Finextra - Data: creating a million-dollar opportunity for banks
Red Hat’s Hector Arias, Bruno Domingues and Monica Sasso chat with Finextra about the challenges facing the financial sector when collaborating with outside organizations.
Compiler Episode 42: Datacenters and sustainability
We closely examine different aspects of technology— data storage, AI, software development, and hardware capabilities. But one part of that equation often goes ignored: the energy grid. It’s an unfortunate truth, but the datacenters we depend on to address everyday challenges can themselves be a drain on our global resources. How do technologists reconcile the work they do with the rising environmental impacts? And how do we work together to find a solution?
ON THE BLOG:
Edge computing unbounded: A look at how new organizations are using edge computing as competitive differentiation
As our ecosystem work shows, Red Hat is committed to helping our customers with their biggest challenges and it’s clear to see that open source is the new normal at the edge, whatever the use case.