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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CRN - Red Hat CEO: We Have A ‘Head Start’ In Kubernetes
Red Hat CEO Paul Cormier speaks with CRN about the role IBM has played in Red Hat's channel strategy, how the company has preserved its independence under Big Blue, and why Red Hat will win in the ultra-competitive Kubernetes market.
Red Hat Blog - Podman paves the road to running containerized HPC applications on exascale supercomputers
Fujitsu's Supercomputer Fugaku is the newest and largest supercomputer in the world and it is running Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8. RHEL now claims the top three spots on the TOP500 list as it continues to power the #2 and #3 supercomputers in the world, Summit and Sierra, that are based on IBM POWER architecture.
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Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform Enhancements and New Certified Ansible Content Collections Refine the Automation Experience to Drive Business Imperatives
Red Hat announced key enhancements to the Ansible Automation portfolio. The latest release of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform helps organizations expand automation to new domains while increasing productivity and cross-team collaboration.
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Red Hat Blog - 2 billion minutes served: The Red Hat Customer Portal celebrates 10th birthday
The Red Hat Customer Portal launched on June 22, 2010 to provide a single place for customers to access the services that make up a Red Hat subscription. In the 10 years since its launch, Red Hat's customers have spent an estimated 2 billion plus minutes on the Customer Portal.
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Open Source Stories: How to Start a Robot Revolution
In Part 1 of our 5-part documentary, How to Start a Robot Revolution, we introduce you to the people who took ROS (Robot Operating System) and turned it from a small open source project into a global phenomenon. This is the story about the limitless potential that comes with building software the open source way. And why—because of that—the robot revolution is now in the hands of everyone.