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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.
Building your first Red Hat OpenShift cluster on Verizon 5G Edge
Red Hat's Ashish Aggarwal and Verizon's Robert Belson recently came together to co-author a blog offering step-by-step instructions for deploying a containerized application onto a Red Hat OpenShift cluster, available on Verizon 5G Edge, in an AWS Wavelength Zone.
Insider - 21 Developers Transforming Silicon Valley
Red Hat's Emmanuel Bernard has been named to Insider's list of top influential people whose work is shaping the technology industry. He was recognized for his contributions to technologies like Hibernate and Quarkus, and two podcasts which he hosts for members of the broader open source community.
ON THE BLOG:
How, where and why telco is using enterprise open source
According to "The State of Enterprise Open Source" report published by Red Hat earlier this year, open source will continue to play an important role in the future of telecommunications. The report shows a picture of how, where, and why IT leaders across the globe and a range of sectors use enterprise open source. See how it’s positioning telecommunications providers to keep up with their technology revolution.
IN THE NEWS:
The Register - 30 years of Linux: OS was successful because of how it was licensed, says Red Hat
This week marked the 30th anniversary of the announcement of Linux by Linus Torvalds. Red Hat believes that one of the important factors behind its success is the way the operating system was licensed, which allowed copying, improvement, distribution and required sharing of changes. Red Hat's Mike McGrath sat down with The Register to discuss the milestone.
CHECK IT OUT:
Red Hat's open approach to vulnerability management
Over the years, Red Hat has published a large number of articles, blogs and other resources that describe different facets of how we handle security vulnerabilities in our products. An Open Approach to Vulnerability Management is a new resource that builds on those efforts with the aim to bring it all together and help our customers and communities better understand how Red Hat categorizes, addresses and responds to security vulnerabilities.
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