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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.
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Red Hatters on 30 years of innovation, collaboration and community
In celebration of our 30th anniversary, Red Hatters, both old and new, shared how their experiences at Red Hat have shaped them professionally and personally through innovation, collaboration and community.
IN THE NEWS:
TFiR - DevOps Is Just the Beginning Of A Transformation Toward Scale, Reliability, and Consistency
In this episode of TFiR: T3M, Swapnil Bhartiya sits down with Narayanan Raghavan, Senior Director, Site Reliability Engineering at Red Hat, to discuss platform engineering and where it fits in with SRE and DevOps. He goes on to talk about the importance of fostering a positive company culture and shares his advice on what companies should be considering.
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Technically Speaking - WebAssembly Breaks Away from the Browser
What makes WebAssembly a game-changer for runtime environments? Red Hat CTO Chris Wright chats with Principal Software Engineer Ivan Font about the exciting potential of WASM for edge computing and beyond.
ON THE BLOG:
New reference architecture: Deploying Ansible Automation Platform 2 on Red Hat OpenShift
Explore the latest reference architecture that offers step-by-step guidance on optimizing your deployment. Delve into best practices for sizing your pods, and get insights for more effectively monitoring your Ansible Automation Platform application in an OpenShift environment. A must read for those wanting to elevate their automation capabilities.
LISTEN TO THE PODCAST:
Cloud7 - Podman Desktop – Containers & Kubernetes (Podcast #15 w/ Markus Eisele)
In the fourth episode of the Red Hat Podcast Series with Cloud7, Markus Eisele, Global Marketing Tools marketing lead at Red Hat, joins Cloud7 for an insightful and extensive conversation on Podman Desktop, containers, and Kubernetes.