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:
Container Journal - Red Hat Pushes OpenShift to the Network Edge
At the Mobile World Congress, Red Hat announced its effort to make the Kubernetes-based Red Hat OpenShift platform a foundation for edge computing by extending alliances with NVIDIA and partnerships with Samsung, Airspan, Druid Software and OMRON.
LISTEN TO THE PODCAST:
Cloud7 - Latest Trends in Red Hat Enterprise Linux (Podcast #12 w/ Ron Pacheco)
In this episode of the Cloud7 podcast series, Ron Pacheco, Senior Director of Linux Business & Ecosystem Strategy at Red Hat discusses the latest trends in enterprise Linux.
ON THE BLOG:
The State of Customer and Partner Experience 2022: Looking to the future
As we dive head first into 2023, Red Hat and the Customer and Partner Experience (CPX) team are full speed ahead on our plans to continue driving customer and partner success. This year, the Red Hat CPX team is rallying around three main objectives to improve customer and partner experience: transforming how Red Hat listens to customers and partners, streamlining feedback data to deliver better experiences, and improving how Red Hat responds to and acts upon customer and partner feedback.
CHECK IT OUT:
The Enterprisers Project - Pillars of resilient digital transformation: New HBR Analytic Services report
Adaptability has always been a CIO strength, as technology and its impact on the business is ever-changing. Now, in a post-pandemic era marked by economic turbulence, sustainability pressures, hybrid workforces, and elevated expectations from customers, leading CIOs are leveraging this strength to help their organizations thrive in a new paradigm. New research from Harvard Business Review identifies skills, tactics, and technologies CIOs are leveraging to build greater resilience and agility into their organizations’ DNA.
Compiler: Re:Role | The Sysadmin And The Script
System(s) Administrators don’t get enough credit. They set up systems. Maintain them. Make sure everything follows security best practices. All while having to know code and infrastructure and looking out for crises. And if you think you can automate away their jobs, you're in for a surprise: They can do it better and continue to make other valuable contributions to your company. Tune in to the latest episode of the Compiler podcast to learn more.