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.
RED HAT SPEAKS:
Making open source more inclusive by eradicating problematic language
If open source is truly meant to be inclusive and a place where anyone can participate, it must be welcoming to all. These are large challenges that large communities must respond to in order to drive systemic change. With that, Red Hat has committed to reviewing our own use of this problematic language and what we can do to eradicate it from our practices and vocabulary.
CHECK IT OUT:
Command Line Heroes: Season 5 trailer
Season 5 of Command Line Heroes dives deep into the source code that characterizes coders. The mini-season starts July 14.
IN THE NEWS:
Red Hat, IBM and SAP: Collaborating on bridging the intelligent enterprise with a cloud-native future
Together with IBM and SAP, Red Hat aims to continue to open new doors for customers and jointly drive a common approach to hyperscale Kubernetes cluster management.
NEW ON THE BLOG:
The latest updates to Red Hat Runtimes
The latest release of Red Hat Runtimes is now available. This release includes updates that build upon the work the team has done over the past year for building modern, cloud-native applications.
Red Hat Powers the Future of Supercomputing with Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides the operating system backbone for the top three supercomputers in the world and four out of the top 10, according to the newest TOP500 ranking. Already serving as a catalyst for enterprise innovation across the hybrid cloud, these rankings also show that the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform can deliver a foundation to meet even the most demanding computing environments.
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