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.
Red Hat Blog - Understanding the MDS vulnerability: What it is, why it works and how to mitigate it
Let's dig into the MDS vulnerability, how it works and how we can mitigate the impact upon our customers and their sensitive data. As with the other issues we have seen over the past year, we can't fix hardware flaws with software, but we can mitigate their impact by trading some performance for improved security, as in this case.
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Red Hat Expands Alliance with NVIDIA to Accelerate and Scale AI/ML Workloads Across Hybrid Cloud Environments
Red Hat has deepened its alliance with NVIDIA to accelerate the enterprise adoption of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and data analytics workloads in production environments, and is launching an early access program for prospective customers.
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Red Hat Blog - Red Hat and VMware Announce VMware Reference Architecture for OpenShift
Red Hat and VMware have been technology partners for many years, helping companies from around the world building more secure, software-defined infrastructure. Now the two companies are extending the relationship, by working together on a reference architecture to bring Red Hat OpenShift to VMware's SDDC stack in a supported fashion.
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Open Source Stories - Farming for the Future
The future of farming belongs to us all. Meet a group of teachers, students, farmers, and makers who are using open tools and open minds to explore where food comes from, how it grows, and where our agriculture system is headed.
Lockheed Martin Taps Red Hat to Accelerate F-22 Raptor Upgrades
Lockheed Martin undergoes an agile transformation with the help of Red Hat Open Innovation Labs and deploys Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to speed delivery of new software-defined capabilities for the U.S. Air Force's fleet of F-22 Raptor fighter jets.