Red Hat Developer Hub now generally available
The Red Hat Developer Hub should provide developers with the tools to quickly bring software to production.
The new platform features a self-service portal containing the necessary information for developers. For example, through the Red Hat Developer Hub, they can access different consoles and ... Read more
Samsung and Red Hat test CXL memory technology for data centres
Samsung and Red Hat recently successfully tested the Compute Express Link (CXL) memory technology. This technology is designed to increase memory bandwidth in data centres.
The rise of (generative) AI, self-driving cars, and in-memory databases increases data centre demand for throughput and mem... Read more
‘Lack of AI knowledge a major challenge for companies’
The lack of sufficient knowledge about AI among employees is a major future challenge for businesses. These are the findings from a recent Red Hat survey in the United Kingdom.
Red Hat's survey found that nearly three-quarters of UK IT managers surveyed see a lack of good AI skills among employe... Read more
Event-Driven Ansible will unleash a new wave of automation
Red Hat aims to unleash a new wave of automation with Event-Driven Ansible. Infrastructure as Code (IaC) provides the foundation, while Operations as Code provides the completion. This is with an eye toward end-to-end automation.
Earlier this year, Red Hat announced Event-Driven Ansible, and pre... Read more
Red Hat OpenShift 4.14 simplifies application development
Red Hat OpenShift 4.14 is generally available. New features focus on simplifying application development and infrastructure.
The new version of Red Hat OpenShift was unveiled at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America. The platform relies on Kubernetes 1.27, which has been available since April.
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Dell and Red Hat introduce bare metal servers with OpenShift
Dell Technologies and Red Hat now offer customers within the Dell APEX program bare metal servers on which Red Hat OpenShift is installed and configured by default. This allows customers to better run and use Kubernetes clusters for their increasing number of workloads and save time.
According t... Read more
Unity appoints former leader of IBM and Red Hat as CEO
Unity is getting a new CEO in the aftermath of incurring the wrath of game developers worldwide. John Riccitiello is stepping down effective immediately, being replaced by former Red Hat CEO and IBM President Jim Whitehurst.
Riccitiello has had a long tenure as leader of the game engine company,... Read more
SUSE partners with Oracle and Rocky Linux for freely available EL source code
SUSE partnered with Oracle and CIQ, the party behind Rocky Linux, to encourage developers to create a RHEL-compatible distribution. The partnership supports this by offering the Linux source code for free and open.
SUSE, Oracle and CIQ together form OpenELA, an abbreviation for Open Enterprise ... Read more
Lightning strikes the open-source world: SUSE builds its own RHEL variant
Bad weather in the open-source world. It was already raining criticism on Red Hat's announcement to put RHEL behind a paywall. The storm really seems to be brewing now, and SUSE is announcing to fork RHEL.
SUSE is going into battle with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). It is doing so by brewing... Read more
Oracle: IBM is trying to kill off its Linux competition
In a blog post, Oracle has taken aim at IBM, which owns Red Hat. It was recently announced that Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) would not provide public source code from June 21. This is causing significant problems for "downstream" variants based on RHEL, including Oracle Linux. "Fewer competitors... Read more