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Red Hat and Fedora: OpenShift, Finance, and Improving Fedora's App Backend

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  • Women in IT Awards USA winner: Margaret Dawson, Red Hat

    Margaret has led teams at companies ranging from startups to Fortune 500 firms including Amazon, Microsoft and HP. She grew up in Detroit and began her career in the automotive industry, an experience that helped her feel at home in the similarly male-dominated technology sector.

    She has a passion for mentoring women in technology and has made it her mission to share the lessons she has learned with others and to mentor them in their own journeys.

  • How do tools affect culture?

    Most of the DevOps community talks about how tools don’t matter much. The culture has to change first, the argument goes, which might modify how the tools are used.

    I agree and disagree with that concept. I believe the relationship between tools and culture is more symbiotic and bidirectional than unidirectional. I have discovered this through real-world transformations across several companies now. I admit it’s hard to determine whether the tools changed the culture or whether the culture changed how the tools were used.

  • GPU Accelerated SQL queries with PostgreSQL & PG-Strom in OpenShift-3.10

    In the OpenShift 3.9 GPU blog, we leveraged machine learning frameworks on OpenShift for image recognition. And in the How To Use GPUs with DevicePlugin in OpenShift 3.10 blog, we installed and configured an OpenShift cluster with GPU support. In this installment, we will create a more sophisticated workload on the cluster – accelerating databases using GPUs.

    One of the key parts of any machine learning algorithm is the data (often referred to as the data lake/warehouse, stored as structured, semi-structured or unstructured data).

    A major part of machine learning pipelines is the preparation, cleaning, and exploration of this data. Specifically removing NAs (missing values), transformations, normalization, subsetting, sorting, and a lot of plotting.

  • Red Hat, Inc. (RHT) stock returned -15.52% negative Quarterly performance
  • Red Hat Inc (RHT) CEO & President James M Whitehurst Sold $6.3 million of Shares
  • Sigma Planning Corp Increases Position in Red Hat Inc (RHT)
  • PHPUnit 7.3

    RPM of PHPUnit version 7.3 are available in remi repository for Fedora ≥ 25 and for Enterprise Linux (CentOS, RHEL...).

  • Reducing the use of non-glibc allocators in Fedora

    Memory allocation for applications is a bit of a balancing act between various factors including CPU performance, memory efficiency, and how the memory is actually being allocated and deallocated by the application. Different programs may have diverse needs, but it is often the kind of workload that the application is expected to handle that determines which memory allocator performs best. That argues for a diversity of memory allocators (and allocation strategies) but, on the other hand, that complicates things for Linux distributions. As a result, Fedora is discussing ways to rein in the spread of allocators used by its packages.

  • Copr has a brand new API

    New Copr version is here and after several months of discussions and development, it finally brings a brand new API. In this article, we are going to see why it was needed, how it is better than previous API versions (i.e. why you should be happy about it) and try some code samples.

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  • Red Hat partners have played an important role in our company journey

    As Red Hat celebrates 25 years, I would be remiss not to mention the role Red Hat partners have played in our company's story. Partners have been an important multiplier for Red Hat and building our customer success. They are important to our future.

    [...]

    In order to continue to scale, Red Hat needed to work with distributors and resellers. The first call I made was to Peter Larocque, from Synnex, who I'd worked with in the channel for more than 20 years. I introduced him to Red Hat's upstream open source model, which at the time probably sounded a lot like asking him to get into the business of selling "free" software. He was a little incredulous, but he said he'd give it a try. We had our first distributor partner on board. Six monthslater, we had our first global reseller. Red Hat was on the map in the channel.

    Not long after, Red Hat began generating interest in the industry and among prospective partners through acquisitions and new technologies. We had a growing base of partners, technologies and customers who realized their IT partners could work with Red Hat to: provide full solutions for their business needs (Global Systems Integrators and Independent Software Vendors); offer consumption or pay-as-you go models (Service Providers); take them to the cloud (Certified Cloudand Service Providers); and provide industry expertise beyond open source (including healthcare, financial andtelecommunications).

  • Cloudification Is Coming, but Service Providers’ Processes and Culture Must Change

    Communications service providers (CSPs) across the world are looking to claim their position at the heart of the digital society, but they first need to become more agile and lean. There are many innovations that can help in this quest: NFV, SDN, the convergence of Networks and IT, cloudification, DevOps, and more. In most cases the required technologies are now available and ready for mission-critical environments. However, the surrounding operational processes and mindset are often in need of a thorough review.

  • Autoscaling the Red Hat Cache Service on OpenShift

    Earlier this year, Red Hat announced the Red Hat Cache Service which is a distributed in-memory caching service that runs on Red Hat OpenShift. Red Hat Data Grid is used as the core of the cache service. The cache service is one of the things you can easily install on OpenShift through the OpenShift Service Catalog. You can find the cache service in the Red Hat OpenShift Online Pro tier.

  • Citizens & Northern Corp Has $923,000 Stake in Red Hat Inc (RHT)
  • 5 applications to manage your to-do list on Fedora

    Effective management of your to-do list can do wonders for your productivity. Some prefer just keeping a to-do list in a text file, or even just using a notepad and pen. For users that want more out of their to-do list, they often turn to an application. In this article we highlight 4 graphical applications and a terminal-based tool for managing your to-do list.

  • Fedora Might Start Dropping Packages With Consistently Bad Security Records

    Fedora's Engineering and Steering Committee is mulling over the idea of dropping software packages from the distribution that have notoriously bad security track records.

Red Hat: Encouraging Digital Transformation, Brian ‘redbeard’ Harrington, CEO Wants to See His Employees Cussing and Crying

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  • CRI-O now running production workloads in OpenShift Online

    After hitting 1.0 in October of last year and being shipped as generally available (GA) in OpenShift 3.9, CRI-O has reached another important milestone—it’s now being used in production for many workloads running on OpenShift Online Starter accounts using OpenShift 3.10. Using CRI-O in a real-world production environment with diverse Kubernetes workloads is an important part of the development feedback loop for improving and extending CRI-O and OpenShift.

  • Containers are Linux. Products run the enterprise. So why are we swimming in a sea of Kubernetes project-based services? Part 2

    The rush to enable and adopt Kubernetes is evident with nearly weekly announcements of new Kubernetes distributions or services. The CNCF Kubernetes Conformance Program lists, as of this writing, at least 37 conformant software distributions of Kubernetes alone, plus additional hosted services.

    That’s a lot of choice. But many of these vendors and organizations are certifying and delivering just Kubernetes, or Kubernetes plus one or two components that add some extended functionality, not an overall solution or platform in which Kubernetes plays a part. Just like the Linux Foundation is the governing body for the upstream development of Linux, which is also one piece of the much larger operating system platform, so is CNCF the governing body for Kubernetes. Conformance in the upstream development stage does not imply a viable enterprise solution.

  • The time for change is now - channeling the digital transformation opportunity

    IT suppliers of all types live in a time of great opportunity. Organizations across industries have accepted that digital transformation has to be an integral part of their business and the channel must step forward and become a leader that helps companies to modernize infrastructure, exploit hybrid cloud capabilities and develop applications faster than ever before. However joint research we conducted in collaboration with CRN UK shows that channel partners in Europe still have work to do: just 22 percent of IT suppliers feel capable of providing a complete service to cater for digital transformations.

  • After helping launch Red Hat Amphitheater and break records, GM moves to Cary venue

    Cary’s Booth Amphitheatre has a new general manager from a familiar place.

    Taylor Traversari, who has been general manager of downtown Raleigh’s Red Hat Amphitheater since it opened in 2010, will move from one municipal-owned venue to another.

  • DLT to Distribute Red Hat Products to Gov’t Agencies Via AWS GovCloud

    Red Hat‘s (NYSE: RHT) enterprise-grade products will be available to government agencies and regulated industries on Amazon Web Services‘ GovCloud marketplace via a distribution agreement with DLT Solutions, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

    DLT will offer Red Hat’s products and managed services as a “Certified Cloud Service Provider” through an agreement that builds on the companies’ strategic partnership that dates back to 2004, DLT said Wednesday.

  • Red Hat's expanding relationships with telcos

    It used to be that operators in the U.S. turned to Red Hat for their IT department needs, but for the past several years Red Hat has been increasingly involved on the network side of their businesses.

    With the emphasis on NFV and open source, Red Hat is becoming an increasingly significant player in the wireless space. “In the past few years, we’ve had interactions with every operator in the U.S.,” in some form or another, said Ian Hood, Red Hat's chief technologist and global service provider, in an interview with Fierce.

    Publicly, of course, the company is limited on which customers it can disclose. In the U.S., Verizon has openly participated in Red Hat’s OpenStack Summits and talked about its NFV deployments, for example.

  • How to Drive Fidelity National Information Services, Inc. (FIS) and Red Hat, Inc. (RHT) in Current Scenario?
  • Vanguard Group Inc is the second biggest holder of Red Hat, Inc. (RHT)
  • NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA) is at $252.10 per share and Red Hat, Inc. (RHT) is listed at $141.00
  • F28-20180805 Updated Live isos released

    The Fedora Respins SIG is pleased to announce the latest release of Updated F28-20180805 Live ISOs, carrying the 4.17.11-200 kernel.
    This set of updated isos will save about 1GB of updates after install. (for new installs.)

  • Final GSoC Report – Fedora App : Abhishek Sharma

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  • How Red Hat Powers the #1 Summit Supercomputer

    In this video from ISC 2018, Yan Fisher from Red Hat and Buddy Bland from ORNL discuss Summit, the world’s fastest supercomputer. Red Hat teamed with IBM, Mellanox, and NVIDIA to provide users with a new level of performance for HPC and AI workloads.

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    The composition of Summit should not come as a surprise, as modern supercomputers are frequently built from a collection of components that each meet specific needs, rather than using the product line of a single vendor. All of these components are commoditized, in that they can be (and often are) deployed into enterprise datacenters. Also like traditional datacenters, running on this hardware are often Linux distributions – according to the most recent (November 2017) Top500 list, the top ten fastest supercomputers in the world all run a variant of Linux.

    The total system design of Summit, consisting of 4,608 IBM compute servers, aims to make it easier to bring research applications to this behemoth. Part of this is the consistent environment provided by Red Hat Enterprise Linux, with which many leading researchers around the world are already familiar. Red Hat Enterprise Linux is also widely deployed in National Labs and research centers around the globe and is a proven platform for large-scale computing across multiple hardware architectures.

  • Promoting container images between registries with skopeo

    OpenShift admins choose different architectures for their installations, but many use two discrete clusters to physically divide development and testing workloads from production deployments.

    We recommend having some Continuous Integration (CI) process in nearly every development scenario, to orchestrate the lifecycle of applications from the initial commit all the way into production. Continuous Integration can imply many different tasks related to application development, testing, and releases. In this article, I won’t directly address whether one should do Continuous Delivery or Continuous Deployment, as that depends on the maturity and complexity of the organization and the application.

  • OKD: Renaming of OpenShift Origin with 3.10 Release

    When we released OpenShift Origin as the open source upstream project for Red Hat OpenShift back in April 2012, we had little inkling of the phenomenal trajectory of cloud-native technology that was to come. With all the work that has gone into the Kubernetes-based core platform (OpenShift 3) from the initial OpenShift Origin 1.0 Release (OpenShift 3) in June 2015, to current release of Red Hat OpenShift 3.10 release last week, we’ve seen the rise of Kubernetes and containers create the basis of the cloud-native landscape. We collaborated in the incubation and maturation of dozens of new cloud-native projects and into a myriad of upstream projects, expanding the universe of tools and platforms in a way we could only have dreamed about just three years ago.

    So it’s time for a new logo, new website and a new name for our open source project. We are changing the name of our open source project to better represent who we are today, and who we’ll be tomorrow – the Origin community distribution of Kubernetes that powers Red Hat OpenShift.

  • How open virtualization can make a difference in people's lives

    Recently a group of Red Hat product managers were discussing the uniqueness of our products. In this case Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat Virtualization, and that when combined together into a ‘platform’ how they deliver unique opportunities and value for our customers which in turn allows them to further innovate in ways that can drive their businesses to a greater good.

    An example of this is recent work done by Intermountain Healthcare. Intermountain Healthcare drove investments with Red Hat in Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat Virtualization as well as CloudForms and Ansible. Combined, these Red Hat offerings when integrated into Intermountain’s day-to-day business processes resulted in increased service delivery levels—important in the healthcare world.

  • A Bit Overly Ripe For Owning: American Electric Power Company, Inc. (AEP), Red Hat, Inc. (RHT)
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  • Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Holdings Inc. Grows Stake in Red Hat Inc (RHT)
  • UMB Bank N A MO Invests $937,000 in Red Hat Inc (RHT) Stock
  • Is Alibaba a buy? What about Red Hat? Will Walmart miss earnings & more in #AskHalftime
  • Shepherd Financial Partners LLC Acquires Shares of 1,653 Red Hat Inc (RHT)
  • Red Hat: Soft Market Provides Great Opportunity
  • Price Target Outlook: Red Hat, Inc. (RHT) probable to reach $164.88 in coming one year period
  • Red Hat (RHT) Stock Active volume Figures at Street
  • Red Hat, Inc. (RHT) – Market Mover
  • FPgM report: 2018-31

    Inspired by bex’s “Slice of cake” updates, I present to the community this report of what has happened in Fedora Program Management this week. Next week is Flock in Dresden. I hope to see you there!

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