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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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Red Hat OpenShift 4 is Now Available
Red Hat OpenShift 4 is now generally available to Red Hat customers. This rearchitecting in how we install, upgrade and manage the platform also brings with it the power of Kubernetes Operators, Red Hat Enterprise Linux CoreOS, and the Istio-based OpenShift Service Mesh.
Business Insider - Here's how tech companies like Atlassian, Microsoft, and Red Hat are revamping their interview process for developers today
Companies like Red Hat are increasingly making their interviews more applicable to the jobs employees would actually do, such as allowing them to work with the code base and focusing on collaboration.
IN THE NEWS:
Red Hat joins Business Coalition for the Equality Act
By joining the Business Coalition for the Equality Act - as we begin LGBTQ Pride month - Red Hat is adding our voice to other leading industry members who believe in promoting inclusion and equal opportunity.
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Why Red Hat is investing in CRI-O and Podman
As an engineering organization, Red Hat is investing in CRI-O and Podman because the underlying shared components help drive innovation in our products like Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. These investments are closely related to the operating system itself and provide our customers with the best products we can produce.
NEW ON THE BLOG:
Unlocking new levels of operational efficiency in financial services
We are now in an always-on, ever-connected world where banking customers expect to have access to accounts, information and services whenever and wherever they want, and the way organizations handle these operations can make or break the overall customer experience - and the bottom line.
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