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.


IT Pro - Red Hat and Samsung agree to landmark software deal to develop next-gen storage

Samsung recently announced a collaboration with Red Hat to develop next-generation memory software solutions. Together, the companies will work to expand software ecosystems for next-generation memory solutions such as NVMe SSD, Computational Memory/Storage and Memory Expander. Check out this article from IT Pro to learn more about the news.




Technically Speaking (E14): Open source for climate finance

Could open source and the financial services industry help address climate change? Join Red Hat CTO Chris Wright to explore OS-Climate (OS-C), a Linux Foundation project that uses a community-based open source methodology to manage data and analytics challenges for scaling investment to meet Paris Climate Accord targets.




SearchITOperations - Red Hat CEO: We're going SaaS-first with OpenShift

As Red Hat held its first in-person conference since the COVID-19 pandemic forced much of the world to go virtual in 2020, Paul Cormier, its president and CEO, reflected on how the so-called "new normal" will influence products such as OpenShift. SearchITOperations sat down for a face-to-face interview with Cormier during this week's Red Hat Summit 2022 to discuss hybrid work, hybrid cloud and what OpenShift customers can expect to emerge on the product's roadmap post-pandemic.



How intelligent applications can benefit from streams processing technology (Apache Kafka)

The creation and delivery of intelligent and stream-based applications requires having a robust streaming platform that can support ingesting and transforming large amounts of data at a fast pace. Check out the latest article in our technical solutions series to see how Red Hat OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka can support enterprise organizations in solving digital experiences challenges.



SiliconANGLE - Red Hat Summit marks the triumph of open source

Software is taking hold of the world, and open-source — with companies like Red Hat as a major proponent — is becoming the de facto way in which software is developed. The managed services model, under which many of Red Hat’s open-source software partners operate, has allowed the company to build profitable businesses around its offerings. Red Hat's Stu Miniman recently spoke with theCUBE about Red Hat Summit 2022 and some of the key product and partnership announcements coming out of the event.


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