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.
ON THE BLOG:
Introducing Node.js 17
The Node.js community this week released Node.js 17. Red Hat's Michael Dawson, chair of the Node.js technical steering committee, highlights some of the new features of Node.js 17 and offers insight into what this means for Red Hat.
IN THE NEWS:
Container Journal - Red Hat Bolsters Cloud-Native and Edge Portfolio
From Red Hat OpenShift to the latest version of Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes, Red Hat recently unveiled several updates to make it easier to build and deploy cloud-native applications all the way out to the edge.
CHECK IT OUT:
Meet single node OpenShift: Our newest small OpenShift footprint for edge architectures
As of Red Hat OpenShift 4.9, we now have a full OpenShift deployment in a single node. This fully supported topology joins the three node cluster and remote worker topologies to offer three options to meet more customer requirements in more edge environments.
Forbes - Software’s Big Skill-Up, Learning The Way To Cloud-Native
Kubernetes is one of the fastest-growing elements of the cloud-native world. Red Hat's Mithun Dhar, VP and general manager for Red Hat developer tools, explains how Red Hat is contributing to Kubernetes learning and skill building through Kube by Example.
Awards roll call: August to October 2021
Our culture is rooted in transparency, collaboration, and inclusion—open source principles that continue to drive our company forward. From workplace accolades to product wins, these latest awards recognize Red Hat's open source-driven innovation, where the best ideas can come from anywhere and anyone.
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