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  • Red Hat touts safety in future Linux OS for cars

    Red Hat has announced plans to create a new Linux-based operating system for the automotive industry. With this push, the enterprise-focused open source software company is touting safety and continuous certification as core selling points.

    Red Hat, which IBM acquired for $34 billion in 2018, is already well known for its enterprise-grade Linux distribution, which will serve as the basis of its new platform for road vehicles. For the initiative, Red Hat has partnered with Exida, a company that specializes in functional safety and product certification, to provide ongoing certifications spanning a range of applications, from “infotainment to driver operations,” according to a press release.

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4 arrives and take Linux to computing's edge

    Arpit Joshipura, The Linux Foundation's general manager of networking, once said "edge computing will overtake cloud computing" by 2025. By edge computing, Joshipura meant open compute and storage resources that are five to 20 milliseconds away. That used to be common. They were the computers in our server room. Now, we often rely on cloud computing instead. But, Red Hat, primarily a hybrid-cloud company now, is reminding us that its latest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is also great for your local and edge servers.

  • Red Hat To Deliver First Continuously Certified Linux Platform For Vehicles
  • Red Hat Expands Open Hybrid Cloud Technology Portfolio
  • Stratis 2.4 Released With Multi-Threaded Daemon, Root File-System Support - Phoronix

    While Fedora Workstation has been moving along with its Btrfs file-system usage and beginning to make greater use of its functionality, Red Hat does continue investing heavily in Stratis-Storage as their path forward for next-generation Linux storage with Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Today marks the release of Stratis 2.4.

    The Stratis 2.4 release finally brings multi-threading to its daemon, support for using Stratis as the root file-system, and encrypted pool handling improvements, among other changes.

  • Red Hat Sets Sights on Delivering the First Continuously Certified Linux Platform for Road Vehicles
  • 4 reasons you’ll love using Red Hat OpenShift Data Science

    Red Hat OpenShift Data Science is a managed cloud service built from a curated set of components from the upstream Open Data Hub project. It aims to provide a stable sandbox in which data scientists can develop, train, and test their machine learning (ML) workloads and then deploy results in a container-ready format. This article summarizes the advantages of using OpenShift Data Science in your machine learning projects.

Red Hat Linux 8.4 announced and powering the next wave...

  • Red Hat Linux 8.4 announced and powering the next wave of edge computing

    Red Hat has announced the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4, forming the foundation of the company’s new Red Hat Edge Initiative to power the next wave of edge computing.

    Red Hat announced the latest release of its enterprise Linux platform, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8.4, during this week’s virtual Red Hat Summit.

    RHEL 8.4 furthers the operating system as a foundation for the open hybrid cloud from the data centre to the edge, adding new Linux container, deployment and management capabilities scaled for the needs of edge computing.

    Red Hat's "The State of Enterprise Open Source" research identified 72% of IT leaders expect open source to drive adoption of edge computing over the next two years. The Linux Foundation’s “2021 State of the Edge” report predicts that the Internet of Things (IoT) and edge-related devices will produce around 90 zettabytes of data by 2025.

At Red Hat Summit, It’s All About Open Hybrid Cloud

  • At Red Hat Summit, It’s All About Open Hybrid Cloud

    Change has always been constant for Red Hat as the Linux and open source powerhouse in the marketplace. Since its founding in 1993 with Red Hat Linux, it has over the years matured as an open source company, then as an even more specialized enterprise Linux and enterprise open source company.

    But over the last two years, Red Hat, which was acquired by IBM in 2019, has been morphing again, this time as an open hybrid cloud platform vendor that has found a way to wrap its heritage up with new components in an always changing world of IT.

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