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Red Hat moves deeper into cloud analytics

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Yes, Red Hat is a Linux company. But, it's more than that. Back in 2011, Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst told me the Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) cloud would be Red Hat's future. Today, at Red Hat Summit in Boston, Red Hat made it clear that it wants to be a cloud analytic powerhouse as well.

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What's Coming in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2?

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RHEL 7.2 will also bring live kernel patching to RHEL, which Dumas sees as a critical security measure. Using elements of the KPATCH technology that recently landed in the upstream Linux 4.0 kernel, RHEL users will be able to patch their running kernels dynamically.

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Red Hat Interviews

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  • Red Hat Goes All-In for Containers With 2 New Offerings

    Paul Cormier, Red Hat EVP and president of products and technologies, discusses two new products announced today at the Red Hat Summit.

  • Red Hat technologist talks NFV innovations and an open source world

    Chris Wright, chief technologist for Red Hat, sat down with theCUBE cohosts Dave Vellante and Stu Miniman to discuss new developments in the open source world and NVF in telcom networks.

    As the person who helps define Red Hat’s strategic vision, Wright has seen conversations shift from cost of ownership to innovation. “Today, there is a shift to operationalize complex systems,” he says. “There has been a change in open source technology from commoditization to a place where real innovation is happening, and new services are introduced quickly.”

Fedora 23 Looks To Make It Easy To Test Cloud Images

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Yet another feature being worked on for Fedora 23 is to make it easy to test cloud images locally from the Fedora Workstation/Server.

Currently this program only works on Fedora Linux and requires libvirt, libguestfs, and python-requests for supporting this local cloud testing. Testcloud makes it a one-step process for downloading, booting, and gaining access to a cloud image on your local system.

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More Fedora: Korora 20 Peach Reached EOL.

pdfpc - now in the Fedora repositories

Red Hat CEO: Open Source Isn't Just about the License

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The way that DevOps can work in an enterprise organization is to first understand that innovation is de-centralized, with the best ideas coming from the best sources, wherever they might be.

It's also important to have an open and collaborative culture in order to facilitate innovation and organizations need to be modular to be able to react to change.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 7.1 for 64-bit ARM Development Preview Announced

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Red Hat had the great pleasure of announcing the availability of the first Development Preview of their upcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 7.1 for ARM operating system.

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Red Hat Summit and Fedora

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Red Hat rolls out container-based OpenShift Enterprise 3 cloud

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Red Hat is convinced that the future, and clouds, belong to containers. In today's release of its Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) cloud, OpenShift Enterprise 3, Red Hat is basing it on Docker containers, Kubernetes orchestration and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7.

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