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:
Nominations open for 2021 Red Hat Innovation Awards
The Red Hat Innovation Awards program recognizes Red Hat customers for their innovative and creative use of Red Hat technologies. Open source has helped transform technology from the datacenter to the cloud and the Red Hat Innovation Awards showcase its transformative impact in organizations around the world. Award recipients will be honored during Red Hat Summit 2021.
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SiliconANGLE - Red Hat Virtualization 4.4 brings new features for managing virtual machines
Red Hat introduced a new version of its virtualization platform, Red Hat Virtualization 4.4, that will help customers more easily manage their applications and give its hybrid cloud strategy a boost in the process. The platform runs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and provides features for managing large fleets of virtualized applications.
Red Hat Customer Success Stories - Digital transformation through people, process and technology
Wondering how Red Hat is helping its customers succeed? We regularly publish customer success stories that highlight how we're helping customers gain efficiency, cut costs, and transform the way they deliver software. This month we'll look at how Condis Supermercats and Omnitracs worked with Red Hat on their own digital transformation journeys.
TechBeacon - Critical API security risks: 10 best practices
With the meteoric rise of microservices and the rush to build more applications more quickly, APIs are being used more than ever to connect services and transfer data. But with a growing number of smaller application "pieces" trying to communicate with each other, APIs are becoming increasingly challenging to secure.
Red Hat launches remote certification exams
Red Hat announced the launch of Red Hat remote certification exams. In response to the changing landscape of the workplace and the need to deliver expertise to customers and partners where they are, Red Hat Global Training and Certification developed remote exams to provide an alternative to in-person testing.