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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.
ON THE BLOG:
Ericsson and Red Hat empower service providers to build multi-vendor networks
Ericsson and Red Hat are expanding their collaboration for validation of network functions and platforms to enable service providers to bring their next generation services to market faster in a multi-vendor scenario.
IN THE NEWS:
SDxCentral - IBM, Red Hat expand Telefónica’s cloud push
Telefónica Tech signed a deal with IBM and Red Hat to integrate Red Hat OpenShift into a new cloud service marketed at enterprises across Telefónica’s footprint in Europe and Latin America.
ERP Today - Navigating global supply chain disruption
It has never been more important to ensure supply chains are both resilient and sustainable. So how can organizations develop both short and long-term strategies to cope with global disruption? Red Hat's Ishu Verma weighs in.
CHECK IT OUT:
Business Today (India) - Edge computing can provide enterprises better control over sensitive data, says Red Hat's Ben Panic
How enterprises can benefit from edge computing and the associated costs.
Kubernetes Operators: good security practices
Engineering teams can use the power of Operators, which offer autonomous management by exposing configuration natively through Kubernetes objects, for quicker installation and more frequent, robust updates.
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