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.


Red Hat and Intel Collaborate to Advance Industry 4.0 Ecosystem

Red Hat and Intel are extending their long-standing collaboration to bring Industry 4.0 transformation to smart manufacturing and energy. By bringing together Red Hat’s expertise in open source software and Intel’s leading hardware architecture and software toolsets, we believe we can accelerate the efforts underway in the Industrial Control Systems (ICS) ecosystem across a range of use cases.




What's new in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 Beta

RHEL 9 Beta is now available, delivering exciting new features and many more improvements. The release is designed for demanding hybrid multicloud deployments that range from physical, on-premises, public cloud to edge.




The Enterprisers Project - Why digital transformation demands a change in leadership mindset

This article looks at how conventional leadership principles were not designed for the demands of digital transformation. Interestingly, we don't need to change what we think as much as how we think.



ATPCO meets partner airfare data demands faster

To keep pace with dynamic, complex data needs, aviation support provider ATPCO migrated from a traditional, virtual machine (VM)-based approach to the cloud. After migrating from Red Hat OpenShift 3 to Red Hat OpenShift 4 on AWS, ATPCO has reduced delivery times for new features and services, built a stable foundation for developer innovation, and gained scalability across major cloud platforms in just a few steps.



Technically Speaking (S1E09): Get into GitOps

What happens when your DevOps continuous delivery pipeline meets Git version control and cluster automation? In this episode, Red Hat CTO Chris Wright is joined by Stefan Prodan from Weaveworks to discuss the exciting topic of GitOps, the expanding landscape of everything-as-code- or better yet, data- and some of the tools that can help us with the automation of continuous deployment.


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