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  • Ben Cotton: What does it mean for a Linux distribution to be “fresh”?

    I recently had a discussion with Luboš Kocman of openSUSE about how distros can monitor their “freshness”. In other words: how close is a distro to upstream? From our perspectives, it’s helpful to know which packages are significantly behind their upstreams. These packages represent areas that might need attention, whether that be a gentle nudge to the maintainer or recruiting additional volunteers from the community.

    The challenge is that freshness can mean different things. The Repology project monitors a large number of distributions and upstreams to report on the status. But simply comparing the upstream version number to the packaged version number ignores a lot of very important context.

  • Next Open NeuroFedora meeting: 21 June 1300 UTC | NeuroFedora: Blog

    Please join us at the next regular Open NeuroFedora team meeting on Monday 21 June at 1300UTC in #fedora-neuro on IRC (Libera.chat). The meeting is a public meeting, and open for everyone to attend. You can join us over:

  • Kogito: Laying the foundation for the next generation of cloud-native business automation

    Earlier this year, Red Hat Process Automation subscribers gained access to Kogito-based capabilities. This release was the first version of Red Hat Process Automation to introduce components of Kogito, an open source community project that seeks to create the next generation of business automation technology. Red Hat Process Automation has continued to expand its Kogito offerings per the platform’s latest update.

    As a Kubernetes-native business automation tool, Kogito is designed to deliver powerful capabilities for building process- and rules-based applications natively in the cloud on a modern container platform.

    While Kogito draws on capabilities of traditional business process management (BPM) and business rules management (BRM) systems, there are significant differences in how Kogito implements them compared to earlier generations of business automation software.

  • Bringing your favorite runtimes to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4 | Red Hat Developer

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8.4 is generally available, and developing your applications on RHEL has never been easier. When we ask developers why they choose Red Hat Enterprise Linux for development over other operating systems, consistency and reliability rank at the top of the list.

    A big part of that reliability comes from using curated runtimes for your programming language. These are available through application streams on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, which bring the same reliability promise, but on a closer parity to the pace of languages and frameworks that developers love to use. As with every RHEL release, we are excited to bring you newer versions of popular language runtimes in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4. In this article, we will take a closer look at the newly added runtimes and discuss why they matter for your applications.

  • Modern Fortune Teller: Using GitOps to automate application deployment on Red Hat OpenShift | Red Hat Developer

    Our team recently created an application called Beer Horoscope, which we used to illustrate the extensive possibilities for modern software development and deployment with Red Hat OpenShift and community-built free software tools. The application's front end collects user preferences and makes beer recommendations. The back end performs machine learning on users and products (beers) to make appropriate recommendations. Figure 1 shows how we combined an event-driven architecture with machine learning models that are applicable to numerous real-world scenarios.

  • How to explain GitOps in plain English

    First, DevOps took the IT world by storm. Now, GitOps is garnering similar interest and adoption. There’s a relationship between the two: The latter can be thought of as a more specific version of the former.

    “If DevOps is a way of life, GitOps is prescriptive about how you practice it,” says E.G. Nadhan, chief architect and strategist, Red Hat North America. “GitOps advocates a cloud-native or microservices-centric vision from the get-go.”

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