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.
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Red Hat and Celonis make hybrid multicloud a reality for intelligent business execution
Celonis Execution Management System (EMS) is now available on Red Hat OpenShift Service on Amazon Web Services (AWS) (ROSA) as a managed cloud service. This enables organizations to take full advantage of the collaboration and unique expertise of each company in a multicloud environment.
IN THE NEWS:
CNBC's The Exchange - Red Hat CEO on the future of cloud computing
Red Hat's President and CEO Paul Cormier discusses the state of the software industry, cloud computing, and what we're hearing from our customers with anchor Jon Fortt.
The New Stack - Red Hat fills a gap with OpenShift Data Science
Red Hat has released Red Hat OpenShift Data Science as a field trial. The New Stack looks at how the managed cloud service provides enterprises with an environment tailored for artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) on Red Hat OpenShift.
Technically Speaking (S1E10): Building practical self-healing IT
When IT operations fail, it would be great if our infrastructure could use automation and machine learning to simply fix itself. Self-healing infrastructure is a lofty goal, but how practical is it? In this episode, Red Hat CTO Chris Wright is joined by Mike Dobozy to talk about building an event driven automation solution that lays the foundation for more complex self-healing infrastructure.
ON THE BLOG:
Learn to develop event-driven applications with Apache Kafka and Red Hat AMQ Streams
While microservices can increase scalability, time to market and DevOps agility the architecture brings its own complexities to the table. Red Hat Training is dedicated to helping organizations and individuals develop and troubleshoot these applications using tools such as Apache Kafka and Red Hat AMQ Streams and we recently introduced a new training course which teaches fundamental principles and features of these tools.
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