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  • Customer highlights to watch for at Red Hat Summit 2018

    One of the best parts of Red Hat Summit is seeing customers share how they are using open source to innovate faster and create modern and agile technology platforms, and how Red Hat enables them to do it. Next week, we’re excited to feature more than 110 customers, including 14 on the main stage during keynote sessions.

  • New HPE, Red Hat Partnership Looks to Speed up Container Adoption

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Red Hat have partnered, in a bid to help those enterprises struggling to bring containers into production.

    The partnership aims to help customers adopt and deploy containers in production much quicker than before; at a much larger scale.

    The partnership was announced by HPE yesterday. The company said it will optimise the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on HPE Platforms; aiming to accelerate container application delivery for enterprise customers.

  • Getting to know Victor Tsao, Red Hat vice president and general manager for China

    Though I graduated as a chemical engineer, I was always interested in technology and this started with my early years at IBM, working on mainframe systems. My foray in learning technology continued with my career choices – I worked on supply chain software at i2 and later managed the virtualization business at Citrix, and big-data at SAP. All these companies were recognized for their leadership role in their business segments and so it was interesting to be part of their team and help contribute to their business. And when I look at Red Hat, I feel proud to be part of an organization who also has a leadership position and is singularly focused on collaborating with its customers and partners to address the dynamic business environment where we all compete.

  • Risk Malaise Alert in Option Market: Red Hat Inc Implied Price Swing Hits An Extreme Low
  • Fedora Atomic Workstation: Getting comfortable with GNOME Builder

    I am still going with my attempt to use Fedora Atomic Workstation fulltime as my main  development system. As part of that, I am figuring out how to do GTK+ development on an immutable OS, using GNOME Builder.

    [...]

    One aspect of GTK+ that I have worked on in this new setup is module loading. I’ve switched GTK+s printing support to use a GIO extension point, and of course, I wanted to test this before pushing it.

    So I was a bit surprised at first that the print dialog in gtk4-demo did not trigger my new module loading code and yet seemed to work just fine. But then I remembered that we are working in a flatpak sandbox now, so GTK+s portal support kicked in and helpfully redirected the print operation to an out-of-process print dialog.

  • Fedora 28 now generally available; brings users more choice and control through modular repository

    The Fedora Project, a Red Hat sponsored and community-driven open source collaboration, announced this week general availability of Fedora 28, the latest version of the fully open source Fedora operating system. Fedora 28 delivers three distinct editions each designed with specific use cases in mind – Fedora 28 Server, Fedora 28 Workstation and Fedora 28 Atomic Host.

    All editions of Fedora 28 are built from a common set of base packages and, as with all new Fedora releases, the packages feature numerous bug fixes and performance tweaks as well as new and enhanced additions. The Fedora 28 base package includes updated compilers and languages including the latest version of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) 8, Golang 1.10 and Ruby 2.5.

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HPE partners with Red Hat to bring containers to production

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Having trouble bringing containers into production? Red Hat and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) have an answer. They're optimizing Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform (RHOCP), Red Hat's Kubernetes container orchestration platform, on HPE platforms, including HPE Synergy.

Sure, it's easy to deploy containerized applications in development and test environments, but it's not so easy in enterprise-sized production environments. Enterprises often require container scalability, added security features, persistent storage, and manageability to deploy containers in production. To help speed up container application delivery, HPE and Red Hat are collaborating in what HPE calls the industry's "first composable infrastructure".

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  • Red Hat CEO: Everyone is freaking out about Amazon — here's how to handle its frightening power

    Amazon has become the poster child for a new kind of business reality: the internet company who partners with you on the one hand, and competes with you on the other, Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst tells Business Insider.

    As he talks to his CEO customers, which include 90% of the Fortune 500, "everyone is really freaked that Amazon is going to come into their market. And can they really compete?" he said.

    They have reason to fear. Amazon's business interests include just about everything from books to original TV shows to cloud computing and enterprise IT to groceries and on and on. And with its scale, it can swoop in and be an instant contender in almost any market, as its acquisition of Whole Foods last year proved.

    Whitehurst experienced this phenomenon first-hand about six months ago.

  • C3 Recognized as Red Hat Certified Cloud and Service Provider

    Cloud Computing Concepts, an award-winning provider of technology and communications services to organizations nationwide, today announced that it has fulfilled the requirements to become a Red Hat Certified Cloud and Service Provider. Recognition as a Red Hat CCSP enables C3 to provide fully supported Red Hat solutions to its rapidly growing customer base.

  • Announcing GA for latest Software Collections, Developer Toolset, Compilers

    Twice a year, Red Hat distributes new versions of compiler toolsets, scripting languages, open source databases, and/or web tools, etc. so that application developers will have access to the latest, stable versions. These Red Hat supported offerings are packaged as Red Hat Software Collections (scripting languages, open source databases, web tools, etc.), Red Hat Developer Toolset (GCC), and the recently added compiler toolsets Clang/LLVM, Go, and Rust. All are yum installable, and are included in most Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscriptions and all Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer Subscriptions. Most Red Hat Software Collections and Red Hat Developer Toolset components are also available as Linux container images for hybrid cloud development across Red Hat platforms including but not limited to: Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.

  • OpenShift Commons Briefing: SOS’s Digital Transformation with Sverre Vincent Lenbroch (SOS International)
  • How to apply a DevOps culture beyond IT
  • Team Silverblue Succeeds Fedora Atomic Workstation, Aims To Be In Great Shape By F30

    Red Hat's Matthias Clasen has announced to the Fedora Council members that the Fedora Atomic Workstation is now known as "Team Silverblue", while the name is a bit awkward and abstract, they do have plans for making Silverblue into great shape for the Fedora 29 and 30 cycles.

    Clasen with the Fedora Atomic Workstation special interest group have penned a whitepaper outlining "Team Silverblue" with their goals for F29/F30 and what this effort is all about.

  • Fedora 28 Improves Linux Server Modularity
  • Fedora 28: Let’s have an awesome release party!
  • Fedora 28 Linux-based operating system released

    While the past couple of days were filled with news about the new version of Windows 10 and its massive list of bugs, Linux users have the opportunity to test a new version of Fedora Linux as well.

    Fedora 28 is the new version of the Linux distribution and it is available as a Workstation, Server and Atomic Host release.

    New users can head over to the official Fedora website to download their version of choice. You may download an ISO image or use the Fedora Media Writer application for the operating system to download and save the Fedora image to an USB Flash Drive which you may boot from.

Scientific Linux 7.5 Release Candidate

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  • Scientific Linux 7.5 Release Candidate Arrives

    Following last month's release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5, the Scientific Linux community is preparing to release their re-based downstream of RHEL.

    RHEL 7.5 brings the Permabit Virtual Data Optimizer, better Windows infrastructure integration, full support for Buildah, and various other improvements.

  • SL 7.5 RC x86_64 is now available for testing

    Scientific Linux 7.5 RC x86_64

    These are the notes for the "RC" of Scientific Linux 7.5

    Please also review TUV's 7.5 Release Notes for major upstream changes.

    This will be published as SL 7.5 on May 10 2018 unless any critical bugs
    are reported.

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Fedora: Fedora 28 and More

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  • Istio Egress: Exit Through the Gift Shop

    Using Istio with Red Hat OpenShift and Kubernetes makes life with microservices easier. Tucked away inside of Kubernetes pods, using the Istio service mesh, your code can run (mostly) in isolation. Performance, ease-of-changes, tracing, and so on are made available by simply using the Istio sidecar container model. But what if you want your microservice to talk to another service that is outside of your OpenShift/Kubernetes/pods environment?

  • AWS and Red Hat Quickstart & Workshop

    In the following article, we will show how to quickly boot an OpenShift Container Platform multi-node deployment on AWS using CloudFormation and Ansible based on the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform reference architecture.

  • What Does the New JBoss EAP CD Release Stream Mean for Developers?

    A new release stream of Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform is now available: JBoss EAP continuous delivery (JBoss EAP CD).

    JBoss EAP CD provides rapid incremental releases of new JBoss EAP capabilities approximately every quarter and is delivered only in Red Hat OpenShift image format.

    What does this new JBoss EAP CD release stream mean for developers?

  • Un-Storage for the modern enterprise

    Until recently, the application development and IT infrastructure worlds were entirely different planets and never the twain were going to meet. The introduction of DevOps started to form a bridge between the two worlds, offering greater integration and automation, but there’s something bigger at work here.

    Fundamentally, developers and infrastructure operators are wired differently. While developers are willing to experiment, focused on speed, and measured on innovativeness, infrastructure folks are risk-averse, focused on stability, and measured on operational efficiency.

    We’re in an age where developer-like thinking has permeated the infrastructure turf and is causing a massive, fundamental shift - especially in the storage landscape.

  • Fedora 28 Released
  • Fedora 28 Comes With New Software Options

    The new system provides alternative versions of the software and updates that come with the default release, according to Fedora Project Leader Matthew Miller. It enables users to update specific components at the speed that meets their needs. Modularity gives users more control over their computing environments.

    Fedora Linux is the free community version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, or RHEL. Fedora 28 continues the strategy of releasing three versions -- built from a common set of base packages -- that target different user bases. They are Fedora 28 Server, Fedora 26 Workstation and Fedora 28 Atomic Host.

  • Fedora 28: The new developers' Linux arrives

    Is Fedora Linux for everyone? No. I recommend Mint or Ubuntu for most users. But, if you're a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) or CentOS user, or an open-source programmer, it's another story. Then, Fedora should be your first choice.

    The Fedora Project is Red Hat's community-driven open-source Linux. Fedora is also essentially RHEL's test bed. As such, it uses cutting-edge software, such as the 4.16.3 Linux kernel. This latest version, Fedora 28, comes in three distinct editions: Fedora 28 Server, Fedora 26 Workstation, and Fedora 28 Atomic Host.

    All versions are built from a common set of base packages. As with all new Fedora releases, the packages come with numerous bug fixes and performance tweaks as well as new features. The Fedora 28 base package includes updated compilers and languages including the latest version of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) 8, Golang 1.10, and Ruby 2.5.

  • Introducing Contributor Stories

    The Fedora Project community is a strong, caring community sharing the same Four Foundations: Freedom, Friends, Features, and First. Becoming friends is a natural consequence of our work as contributors, working together to advance free software. All of us have a good memory about someone or maybe a funny or inspirational moment with another contributor.

    Contributor Stories are just that: the record of our best moments with our Fedora friends. The story can be about our work in Fedora or something personal or unique which you would like to share with the community. Contributor Stories are a part of Fedora Appreciation Week, starting in November 2018.

Kubernetes: Red Hat's Operator Framework Project and Cisco

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  • Red Hat Launches Kubernetes Operator Framework Project

    The open-source Kubernetes project is not just a container orchestration system, it can also be a platform for deploying and managing applications. That's the goal of the Kubernetes Operator Framework project, which Red Hat officially announced on May 1 at the Kubecon EU conference here.

    The basic idea behind the Operator Framework comes to Red Hat from CoreOS, which had been working on the preliminary concepts. Red Hat acquired CoreOS on Jan. 30 in a $250 million deal that also brought CoreOS' staff to Red Hat, including former CTO Brandon Philips. In a video interview with eWEEK, Philips explained what the operator framework is all about and also detailed his view on where Kubernetes is headed next.

  • [Podcast] PodCTL #33 – Operators Framework
  • Introducing the Operator Framework: Building Apps on Kubernetes

    To help make it easier to build Kubernetes applications, Red Hat and the Kubernetes open source community today share the Operator Framework -- an open source toolkit designed to manage Kubernetes native applications, called Operators, in a more effective, automated, and scalable way.

  • ​Cisco joins the Kubernetes cloud rush

    On May 1, Cisco announced Kubernetes support for AppDynamics and Cisco CloudCenter. With this integration, Cisco promises enterprises can easily harness the value of Kubernetes to help deliver experiences that exceed their customers' expectations for scale, sophistication, and velocity.

    How? To start with the basics, companies are rapidly adopting containers on the promise of increased application agility. It's containers that power continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD). While Kubernetes is a big help with this, since it enables you to manage multiple containers at once, there are still challenges with unlocking the full value of containers as they move applications from development into production environments in data centers and the cloud.

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