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.
IN THE NEWS:
Red Hat Introduces open source Project Quay container registry
Red Hat is introducing the open sourcing of Project Quay, the upstream project representing the code that powers Red Hat Quay and Quay.io. Newly open sourced, as per Red Hat's open source commitment, Project Quay represents the culmination of years of work around the Quay container registry since 2013 by CoreOS, and now Red Hat.
Department of Defense Enlists Red Hat to Help Improve Squadron Operations and Flight Training
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) worked with Red Hat to help improve aircraft and pilot scheduling for U.S. military aircrews. Using modern development practices and processes from Red Hat Open Innovation Labs, the project team identified unaddressed roadblocks and gained new skills to build the right solution for their unique scheduling challenge.
Softpedia News - Red Hat Responds to ZombieLoad v2 Security Vulnerabilities Affecting Intel CPUs
Red Hat informes Softpedia on a series of three new security vulnerabilities affecting the Intel CPU microarchitecture, but which have been already patched in the Linux kernel. New Linux kernel versions have been released to mitigate these new security vulnerabilities affecting Intel CPUs.
NEW ON THE BLOG:
What's new in RHEL 8.1: Kernel patching, more Insights, and right on time
In Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8.1 we have some new tools, live kernel patching, a new system role, and more. Here's a quick preview of the highlights in RHEL 8.1.
IN THE NEWS:
Channel Futures - Red Hat Adds AI Capabilities to Process Automation Suite
Red Hat has bolstered its Process Automation suite with its first-ever applied artificial-intelligence capabilities designed to expand the use of the platform with channel partners and their business customers.