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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.
CIO - Advanced Cluster Management for Your Hybrid Cloud
Enterprises are increasingly adopting hybrid cloud technology built on open source software. Look no further than the explosive rise of Kubernetes container orchestration platforms, in use today at many large organizations to manage new applications and services, and even keep fleets of virtual machines running at scale.
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CRN - Red Hat Bolsters Partners With Comprehensive Customer Intelligence Platform
Looking to bolster the businesses of partners, Red Hat introduced Red Hat Renewals Intelligence, part of Red Hat’s Partner Renewals Engagement Program, a platform that puts at the fingertips of distributors, resellers and solution providers the information they need to retain clients and grow those accounts.
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Red Hat's Community and Social Responsibility 2020 Report
Red Hat’s Community and Social Responsibility 2020 report provides updates on our philanthropic, educational, and community-engaged initiatives during this year. This report showcases how special our community is and highlights some of the ways that Red Hatters embrace opportunities to do good together.
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TechStrong TV - Exploring the evolution and maturity of Kubernetes with Red Hat's Brian Gracely
Brian Gracely, senior director of product strategy at Red Hat, joins TechStrong TV for an interview on Kubernetes. Tune in to the interview to learn more.
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Leading the future of Java with the Red Hat build of Quarkus 1.7
The latest supported version of the Red Hat build of Quarkus continues to drive the future of Java development for Kubernetes-native and serverless applications. This article introduces the technologies making it easier than ever to create fast, lightweight Java applications for container-based and serverless environments using the Red Hat build of Quarkus 1.7.