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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.
CHECK IT OUT:
Quarkus For Spring Developers
Red Hat's Eric Deandrea and co-authors Daniel Oh and Charles Moulliard recently released the 'Quarkus for Spring Developers' e-book. It introduces Quarkus to Java developers, with a special eye that helps those familiar with Spring’s conventions make a quick and easy transition.
Customer success stories: speeding data insights with Red Hat
Gathering data can help organizations better understand customers and track performance. In this month’s customer success highlights, we’ll share how two media companies, Verizon and Globo, used Red Hat OpenShift to manage their data and stay ahead of the market.
IN THE NEWS:
VentureBeat - Red Hat to help bring climate impact data to global finance industry
Red Hat has joined OS-Climate (OS-C), a Linux Foundation-backed initiative that aims to harness open source collaboration and big data to address climate risk and opportunity in the financial sector, pushing global capital flows into climate change mitigation and resilience initiatives.
ON THE BLOG:
Top 10 most used Open Practice Library concepts
The Open Practice Library has quickly grown in popularity as a trusted resource offering various strategies and concepts for teams focusing on DevOps and product development practices. We’re highlighting the top 10 most popular tools from the Open Practice Library since its creation in 2016.
TechCrunch - New IBM Power E1080 server promises dramatic increases in energy efficiency, power
Large data centers running powerful servers use vast amounts of electricity. Anything that can reduce consumption is a welcome change, especially in a time of climate upheaval. That’s where the new IBM Power E1080 server comes in, which is powered by the latest Power10 processors and designed to run Red Hat software.
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