We’re thrilled to share that Red Hat has received the HP Technology Alliance Super Partner Award, which recognizes HP partners for their roles in helping to bring the new style of IT to joint clients. Red Hat was recognized for achievements in year-over-year sales and pipeline growth, and resources dedicated to HP Enterprise Services practice development.
We are proud to announce that Sage Weil, manager of software engineering and senior consulting engineer at Red Hat, received a 2014 O’Reilly Open Source Award during today’s plenary session at OSCON 2014. As one of the creators of Ceph, an open source distributed storage file system, and the Ceph Community, Weil was honored for his contributions and commitment to the open source community.
Security is a crucial component of the technology Red Hat provides for its customers and partners, especially those who operate in sensitive environments, including the military.
Organizations today are building applications that juggle huge amounts of data to provide engaging and responsive user experiences. While most of the data is likely innocuous, some of it may be highly-sensitive or contain personally identifying information. This is why securing private data remains a top priority for businesses today.
All things considered, it’s a challenging time to be the leader of an IT organization. What are the most pressing issues? To find out, we asked 100 executives at organizations with 1,000 or more employees about the current and future roles of CIOs.
On Friday, May 9th, 2014, Jim Whitehurst, president and CEO of Red Hat, delivered the keynote address for the 36th annual Campbell University Law School hooding and graduation ceremony. Whitehurst shared from his own experiences as a rising executive at Delta Air Lines and as chief executive of the world's leading provider of open source software solutions the three things he thinks leaders need to do to be successful: inspire, engage, and have the courage to be themselves.
Open source is many things to different people. For us at Red Hat, open source is innovation. Freedom to create. Excellence, low cost and flexibility. But above all, open source is a valuable tool to produce, share and improve ideas.