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.


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Open Source Stories: Early Adopters: Raspberry Pi in the Classroom

Learn about the role the Raspberry Pi played in bringing together three teachers at Picademy, connecting their classrooms, and making their students' urban agriculture projects possible.

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CUSTOMER SUCCESS:

Scholastic develops applications faster with Red Hat OpenShift and AWS

Scholastic decided to adopt a more flexible microservices-based development approach to offer new products and services faster. The company's new environment lets developers reuse microservices to more efficiently build new services.

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What is bit rot, and how can I detect it on RHEL?

Bit rot is getting different data back than was written. So what happens in Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) when that occurs? Read more to find out ways to deal with this situation.

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GOOD READ:

How our Open Studio team hacked together a project tracker with Python and a Raspberry Pi

When Red Hat marketers discovered a challenge in their project management system, they didn't purchase a new system. Instead they used open source tools and a Raspberry Pi to tie systems together to speed up the process.

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CUSTOMER SUCCESS:

YJFX Adopts Red Hat OpenStack Platform to Build Out Customer Service Infrastructure

Migrating to a private cloud built on Red Hat OpenStack Platform helps YJFX bring new applications online faster and reduce operating costs.

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