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  • Reducing service downtimes due to human error

    An important benefit of the Red Hat subscription for customers is the support. As Technical Account Managers (TAMs), we try to understand patterns behind the issues we are investigating together with our customers and partners. One of the recurring questions is: how can I reduce downtimes due to mistakes by the system operators?

  • Red Hat Shares ― Open processes, culture, and technology
  • Red Hat drives future of Java with cloud-native, container-first Quarkus

    Today, Red Hat and the Quarkus community announced Quarkus 1.0. Quarkus is a Kubernetes-native Java stack that is crafted from best-of-breed Java libraries and standards, and tailored for containers and cloud deployments. The overall goal of Quarkus is to bring Java into a cloud-native application development future and enable it to become a leading platform for serverless, cloud and Kubernetes environments. With Quarkus, we believe Java can be better equipped to scale in the modern application development landscape, while also improving at a faster clip.

    The release, which is scheduled to become available at the end of November, is the culmination of work by Red Hat and the community to add features, bug fixes and performance improvements since the project was introduced in March 2019.

  • Red Hat Is Still Hiring To Work On The Linux Desktop + Open-Source Graphics

    Red Hat continues hiring developers to work on the open-source upstream graphics stack and other Linux desktop innovations.

    Just a few months back they were hiring and that resulted in a long-time ATI/AMD developer to join Red Hat and their already several member Linux graphics team. Now it turns out they are hiring at least one more.

    A new job posting is looking for a senior software engineer to focus on desktop security issues as well as their "desktop and graphics offerings."

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