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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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Moving Red Hat Summit 2020 to a virtual experience

The Red Hat Summit Virtual Experience will be a free, immersive multi-day event from April 28-29, 2020, that delivers the same inspiring content from Red Hat Summit 2020—keynotes, breakout sessions, access to Red Hat experts, and more.

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siliconANGLE - Who's winning in the multicloud world? Actually, it's still a wide-open race

The good news is that multicloud is a trillion-dollar market, which means it's large enough for multiple players to eat at the table. And that means there will be more than one winner, with established players all positioned to grab a piece of the pie, with smaller innovators racing to fill white space in the market.

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InfoWorld - Can Deutsche Bank's PaaS help turn the bank around?

A team of engineers at Deutsche Bank have built Fabric, an internal platform-as-a-service (PaaS) that is already being used by thousands of Deutsche Bank employees to run thousands of applications. Built on top of Red Hat's OpenShift PaaS, Fabric incorporates a slew of features specific to the highly regulated banking industry to accelerate application development and deployment.

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Network Automation: Why organizations shouldn't wait to get started

Many enterprises understand the value of automation, have invested in a platform and strategy, and have seen first-hand the benefits IT automation can deliver. However, unlike IT automation, according to a new report from Forrester Research, network automation is still new territory for many organizations.

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Women of Industry X: Shaping our Future Societies ft. Red Hat

The telecoms industry body GSMA is increasingly taking an interest in the role of culture in business transformation. They recognized that Red Hat has a unique culture and chose Red Hat's chief people officer DeLisa Alexander to speak about it during their yearly flagship event, MWC Barcelona.

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