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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 Breaks Down Barriers to Building Applications for Kubernetes Environments with Developer Sandbox for Red Hat OpenShift
Red Hat unveils its Developer Sandbox for Red Hat OpenShift, a development environment designed to enable organizations to accelerate the path from code to production for Kubernetes-based applications. The OpenShift sandbox gives developers a simpler, no-cost way to start building their applications using the same infrastructure and tools they will run in their production environments—without having to worry about setup or configuration.
Diginomica - A tip of the hat to IBM's Red Hat strategy
The network edge is the new battleground as the nexus of ubiquitous connectivity, as low-latency 5G wireless and smart, connected devices and sensors move IT’s center of gravity, resulting in an explosion of locally-generated data. Here's a look at Red Hat's recent edge announcements and how Red Hat contributes to IBM’s broader growth strategy as an increasingly aggressive and credible multi/hybrid cloud platform.
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Introducing the open source StackRox community
Red Hat is excited to introduce the StackRox community, the upstream project that will work to open source and manage the code that powers Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security for Kubernetes. We believe the StackRox community will help drive significant innovation and benefits for users when it comes to security—an industry that has traditionally been dominated by proprietary solutions.
IN THE NEWS:
Container Journal - Red Hat, IBM Launch Konveyor to Aggregate Kubernetes Tools
Red Hat and IBM Research team up to create a Konveyor to advance the adoption of a collection of tools for optimizing Kubernetes environments, with a goal of making it easier for outside contributors to participate in initiatives that could be donated to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Tools that are being made available as Konveyor subprojects include Crane, Forklift, Move2Kube, Tackle and Pelorus.
Boehringer Ingelheim Achieves Up to Five Times Faster Delivery to Market with Red Hat OpenShift
Boehringer Ingelheim used Red Hat OpenShift to accelerate the development of its digital healthcare portfolio and enable the continuous delivery of new applications and services. With Red Hat OpenShift, Boehringer Ingelheim has increased productivity, streamlined compliance and achieved up to five times faster delivery to market of new services through automated scaling and management processes.
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