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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Understanding cloud-native apps

Whether you’re hosting an entire application in the cloud or migrating parts of legacy IT, adding new tools is only one part of cloud-native apps. A comprehensive cloud-native app development strategy is about the people, processes, and—yes—the tools that help you compete in fast-changing markets.


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Some heroes are born - others are compiled

We met a lot of heroes as we traveled the globe. No, I’m not talking about men or women in capes swooping in at the last moment to save kittens or to avert mankind’s total annihilation. I’m talking about real people who work real jobs where they solve real problems. I’m talking about developers, system administrators, and architects—people who live on the command line and dream in 1s and 0s.


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How to overcome two major challenges with digital transformation

Businesses need to deliver better and more holistic experiences to customers through digital channels in order to succeed. However, organizations often struggle on their digital transformation journey in two fundamental areas. First, in the ability to fund transformational projects. Second, defining and implementing a strategy that ensures their organizations have the skills necessary for the transformational projects.


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AnsibleFest is coming up fast

Mark your calendar for AnsibleFest 2018 taking place in Austin, Texas, Oct. 2-3, at the JW Marriott. AnsibleFest is an annual user conference for the Ansible community and Red Hat Ansible Automation users. The event brings together Ansible users, contributors, developers and industry partners to share innovative practices, case studies, Ansible news and much more.


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The Red Hat Learning Community is live

This peer-to-peer learning community was designed to help new and experienced open source students learn how to work with and optimize Red Hat technologies. The Red Hat Learning Community is focused on our customers but open to everyone. All members will have the opportunity to learn by joining discussions, finding mentors, earning badges, and taking advantage of free training content offered on the portal.


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