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.
Royal Bank of Canada and Borealis AI announce new AI private cloud platform, developed with Red Hat and NVIDIA
Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) and its Artificial Intelligence (AI) research institute Borealis AI have partnered with Red Hat and NVIDIA to develop a new AI computing platform designed to transform the customer banking experience and help keep pace with rapid technology changes and evolving customer expectations.
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.3 beta now available, delivers production stability plus enterprise innovation
The latest version of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 platform is designed to drive developer innovation while retaining operational stability. Key updates include updated stable and supported developer tools, new Red Hat Enterprise Linux System Roles and several new security profiles to improve IT security and compliance stances.
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Command Line Heroes - Season 5, episode 2: Where Coders Code
Home office. Corporate park. Co-working space. Funland campus. Coders expect options when it comes to their workplace. The relocation of the average workspace from the office to the home has revealed the benefits of working from home—but also highlighted its tradeoffs
How to use Red Hat Smart Management to fix Red Hat Enterprise Linux issues found by Red Hat Insights with the push of a button
As of April 2020, the Red Hat Smart Management subscription includes Red Hat Satellite as well as a new technology named Cloud Connector. Cloud Connector provides direct integration between Red Hat Insights and your Red Hat Satellite infrastructure. This is the technology that enables push-button remediation of the risks that Insights identifies and is a great way to save more time.
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This summer, Red Hat is proud to sponsor the Leadership Academy, a new program launched by UMass Amherst and partners. The goal of the Leadership Academy is to offer an online, fast-paced accelerator program for students of color and women to kickstart their journeys in technology and engineering.