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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.
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Call for Proposals Now Open for Red Hat Summit 2021
The call for proposals is now open for Red Hat Summit 2021 – a three-part experience that includes two virtual components in the spring and summer and a series of in-person events later in the year!
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Red Hat Unveils Enterprise Customer Advocacy Program, Red Hat Accelerators
Red Hat announced the introduction of its enterprise customer advocacy program, Red Hat Accelerators. Drawing on its extensive community-building history, the customer-facing program serves as a natural extension of its customer-focused approach to both its open source and enterprise product portfolio, enacted to form deeper and more engaging relationships with its customers.
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The Modern Customer Podcast - Six Ways To Support Employees During COVID-19 with DeLisa Alexander
Red Hat is regularly recognized as one of the best places to work, in part because of its strong community and culture. But when the COVID-19 pandemic forced employees around the world to work from home, the company had to find new ways to support its employees.
CRN - Red Hat’s CIO On COVID-19, Cloud And Being A Big Red Hat Customer
Red Hat was well-prepared to cope with the pandemic’s disruptions thanks to a preexisting work-from-home culture, a longstanding hybrid approach to infrastructure, adoption of multiple public clouds, and an agile development environment built on its own OpenShift Kubernetes platform.
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Red Hat Extends Collaboration with NVIDIA to Optimize Infrastructures Across the Hybrid Cloud
As an increasing number of applications and related complexity put unprecedented demands on computing infrastructures, our customers are realizing that the future of computing needs to be more heterogeneous in nature; a single technology, no matter how innovative, cannot address all the requirements of modern, let alone future computing.