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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.
ON THE BLOG:
Ask the experts during Red Hat Summit Virtual Experience: Open House
One of the most popular activities during the Red Hat Summit Virtual Experience was the Ask the Experts sessions, where attendees could engage with Red Hat experts and leadership in real time, so we're bringing it back for our Open House in July.
IN THE NEWS:
Introducing OpenShift cost management
Available free of charge as part of a Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform subscription, OpenShift cost management provides a simplified, more intuitive view into the costs, from the macro to the granular, of an OpenShift deployment.
BuiltIn - What does the future hold for edge computing?
For “the edge” to become as ubiquitous as “the cloud” in the tech industry, a myriad of technical challenges will need to be tackled. Many companies are actively working to solve these problems, including Red Hat, Nutanix and Cloudera, all of which have developed their own edge technology.
LISTEN TO THE PODCAST:
PYMNTS - Red Hat: Migrating to the cloud and the risk of sticking with the status quo
Speaking with PYMNTS, Tim Hooley, chief technologist, EMEA, FSI at Red Hat, explained why organizations continue to delay their cloud migrations, and offered a guide to overcoming the sense of being overwhelmed and making progress in the journey toward fully automated back offices.
CHECK IT OUT:
Earn a Red Hat container certification online
Lockdowns and travel restrictions due to COVID-19 have meant limited access to testing centers for most certification programs in much of the world. We recently announced that remote exams would be an option in the near future for taking some Red Hat certification exams.
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