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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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Last chance to register for Ansible Fest

Join us for AnsibleFest, September 29-30, where developers, administrators, IT decision makers, and sponsors share insights on open source technologies. Don't miss keynotes and breakout sessions featuring United Airlines, Discover, JPMorgan Chase and more.

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ON THE BLOG:

Beyond innovation: Digital Public Goods Alliance finds Fedora Linux to be a digital public good

Fedora Linux belongs to everyone, and was recognized by the Digital Public Goods Alliance (DPGA) as a digital public good, a significant achievement and a testament to the openness and inclusivity of the project.

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LISTEN TO THE PODCAST:

Command Line Heroes Season 8, Episode 2: Robot as Software

Building robots is expensive, let alone testing prototype after prototype. The latest episode of Command Line Heros reveals how simulation software helps keep the scrap heap small—and makes robotics more accessible.

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IN THE NEWS:

ITPro Today - 4 Reasons Why Kubernetes Is So Popular

Kubernetes provides orchestration for more than three-quarters of containerized applications today. But what, exactly, makes Kubernetes so popular? ITPro Today looks at the top reasons users love the orchestration tool.

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GOOD READ:

A look at Red Hat Ceph Storage 5

This week, Red Hat introducted Ceph Storage 5. Engineered for data analytics, AI/ML and hybrid cloud workloads, Red Hat Ceph Storage delivers software-defined storage for both containers and virtual machines on your choice of industry-standard hardware.

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