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Red Hat finds virtualization vital for enterprise despite container competition

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Containers are hot, but virtualization adoption remains on the rise within the enterprise, according to recent Red Hat research.

The survey of more than 900 enterprise IT pros found businesses are using virtualization to drive server consolidation, decrease provisioning time, and provide infrastructure for developers to build and deploy applications.

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Also: Why Red Hat's OpenShift, not OpenStack, is making waves with developers

Red Hat Names University of Dammam as the first Red Hat Academy in Saudi Arabia

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Red Hat, Inc., the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that the University of Dammam has been signed as the first Red Hat Academy in Saudi Arabia. Starting today, the university will offer Red Hat courses and exams to up to 200 students per year, who will receive hands-on instruction, curriculum and labs, performance-based testing, and educator support.

University of Dammam has chosen Red Hat to support its IT infrastructure and encourages students to learn in new and exciting ways. As a pre-eminent research-based institution, the University of Dammam has grown and developed through continually assessing and aiming to improve its curriculum and expand its academic capabilities across disciplines.

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Also: Dammam university named first Red Hat Academy in Saudi

Happy 15th Birthday Red Hat Product Security

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This summer marked 15 years since we founded a dedicated Product Security team for Red Hat. While we often publish information in this blog about security technologies and vulnerabilities, we rarely give an introspection into the team itself. So I’d like, if I may, to take you on a little journey through those 15 years and call out some events that mean the most to me; particularly what’s changed and what’s stayed the same. In the coming weeks some other past and present members of the team will be giving their anecdotes and opinions too. If you have a memory of working with our team we’d love to hear about it, you can add a comment here or tweet me.

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Red Hat and Fedora

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Red Hat and Fedora

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Red Hat and Fedora

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  • Paul Smith: Red Hat Symposium to Highlight Role of Open Source on Government IT Modernization

    Red Hat (NYSE: RHT) is set to host its annual symposium on Nov. 2 in Arlington, Virginia that aims to focus on the significance of open source technology on the digital modernization efforts of the government, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

    The 2016 Red Hat Government Symposium will feature breakout sessions, demonstrations and panel discussions on topics such as open source development, security, automation and integration, hybrid cloud and mobility, the company said Wednesday.

  • The White House lays out AI plans, Red Hat Mobile Application Platform, and Ubuntu 16.10—SD Times news digest: Oct. 13, 2016
  • Notable Stock Analyst Ratings Red Hat Inc (NYSE:RHT), Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADSK)
  • Fedora Server: Expanding Throughout the Galaxy

    Three years ago, Fedora embarked on a new initiative that we collectively refer to as Fedora.next. As part of this initiative, we decided to start curating deliverable artifacts around specific use-cases rather than the one-size-fits-all approach of Fedora 20 and earlier. One of those specific use-cases was to meet the needs of “server administrators”. And thus, the Fedora Server Edition was born.

  • The Fedora infinote server

    Infinote is a collaborative text server. You can connect to it with the ‘gobby-0.5’ client located in the gobby05 package in Fedora. Once connected you can create documents and multiple people can work on them at the same time. The server takes a git snapshot of all documents every few minutes so you can see history. There’s even a cgit instance at https://infinote.fedoraproject.org/cgit/

  • Wayland By Default Test Day 2016-10-13

    Today, Thursday, 2016-10-13, is the Wayland by Default Test Day! As part of this planned Change for Fedora 25, we need your help to test Wayland by Default! Using Wayland instead of X gives a better basis for isolating applications from each other and the rest of the system.

  • FUDCon Latam 2016 in Puno, Peru
  • FUDCon LATAM 2016 starts today!

    FUDCon is the Fedora Users and Developers Conference. The Fedora community holds this event annually in the APAC and LATAM regions since 2005. They became exclusive to APAC and LATAM in 2013 when the EMEA and NA regions began organizing the annual Flock conference.

  • Fedora 25 Beta Resets the Linux Performance Bar

    Red Hat on Wednesday released the beta version of Fedora 25, an open source Linux operating system maintained by the Fedora Project community. The beta release sharpens cloud and developer features, making this Linux distro more attractive to enterprise users. Fedora Linux is the community version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, or RHEL. Fedora 25 is comprised of a set of base packages that form the foundation of three distinct editions -- Cloud, Server and Workstation -- that target different user bases.

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Red Hat launches open source low-code workforce management modules

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“Modern applications are complex, multi-tiered and omnichannel,” wrote Forrester Research’s Jeffrey Hammond and Michael Facemire in an August report on mobile experience development. “They arrive faster, scale up and down as necessary, and create value quicker than traditional applications – and developers often compose, rather than code, them.

“Development leaders must embrace modern application development techniques to achieve long-term success building mobile experiences.”

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Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS Delayed Until February 2, Will Bring Linux 4.8, Newer Mesa

If you've been waiting to upgrade your Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) operating system to the 16.04.2 point release, which should have hit the streets a couple of days ago, you'll have to wait until February 2. We hate to give you guys bad news, but Canonical's engineers are still working hard these days to port all the goodies from the Ubuntu 16.10 (Yakkety Yak) repositories to Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, which is a long-term supported version, until 2019. These include the Linux 4.8 kernel packages and an updated graphics stack based on a newer X.Org Server version and Mesa 3D Graphics Library. Read more