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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.


IN THE NEWS:

Red Hat Drives Hybrid Cloud Ubiquity with OpenShift Innovation Across Architectures, Applications and Infrastructure

This week, Red Hat announced new capabilities and features for Red Hat OpenShift, including updates to OpenShift Serverless, access to Quarkus, powerful new edge computing features, and key capabilities for public sector Kubernetes deployments—all designed to help fuel enterprise innovation across the hybrid cloud.

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RECOMMENDED READING:

Red Hat Extends Open Hybrid Cloud to the Edge with Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat OpenShift

Red Hat delivers new edge innovations in Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat OpenShift that are designed to maximize system stability and preserve workload independence in smaller physical footprints.

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CHECK IT OUT:

Introducing Quarkus on Red Hat OpenShift

One of the most promising technologies driving Java into the cloud-native future is Quarkus, a framework for building Kubernetes-native Java applications. Quarkus is now available on Red Hat OpenShift, offering developers familiar tooling and an improved developer experience.

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NEW ON THE BLOG:

Introducing using OpenShift Serverless for event-driven applications

The steady uptick in serverless adoption brings benefits to developers as well as businesses at-large. With serverless, developers can focus more on delivering value, driving greater innovation, and a faster iteration of services and applications to the larger organization. This week, Red Hat introduced new features for Eventing and Functions in the latest release of OpenShift Serverless.

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GOOD READ:

Red Hat broadens the scope for cloud-native, Kubernetes management with greater observability and automation

The latest release of Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes extends management capabilities into established environments and helps to more proactively cultivate cluster performance for optimized cloud-native management.

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