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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Red Hat Summit Virtual Experience: Open House content now on demand
Did you miss our new sessions on July 15? Just sign in to our virtual environment or register for free access to get caught up on our latest event and all of our on-demand content, including Ask the Experts sessions with our executives and product experts.
OpenStack @ 10: Red Hat's take on a decade of customer defined clouds and an update on Red Hat OpenStack Platform
From the early days, Red Hat has supported the OpenStack project and we've built a platform of our own with Red Hat OpenStack Platform. This month, we look back at how far OpenStack has come in the last 10 years, how Red Hat has contributed and lastly, we celebrate the general availability of our next version with Red Hat OpenStack Platform 16.1.
IN THE NEWS:
Announcing Microsoft SQL Server 2019 Big Data Clusters on Red Hat OpenShift
Data Analytics/AI/ML is a top emerging workload category on OpenShift. We are happy to share that Microsoft SQL Server 2019 Big Data Clusters now supports Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform (version 4.3 and higher), and Microsoft Azure Red Hat OpenShift (a fully managed service of OpenShift on Azure), as its first fully supported container and Kubernetes platform.
Why Java and Quarkus are important for your business
Quarkus can help Java developers be more productive and apply their Java experience to modern application architectures like microservices and functions. Improvements in developer productivity can lead to faster time to market and innovation that is able to empower organizations to remain competitive by providing enhanced user experiences and new innovative solutions to their customers.
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Command Line Heroes - Season 5, episode 1: Becoming a coder
Saron Yitbarek and Clive Thompson start the season by exploring some ways coders start their tech careers—some common, many unexpected. You might be surprised who answers the call to code, where they come from, and how much they’ve already accomplished.