Topic: red hat

Red Hat going all in on its AI strategy with Lightspeed expansion, OpenShift AI updates, and more

At its annual Red Hat Summit event, the popular open source company made several announcements regarding its AI strategy.  It expanded Red Hat Lightspeed to more products, revealed updates to OpenShift AI, launched Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) AI, and introduced Podman AI Lab.  Red Hat Lightspeed expands to OpenShift and RHEL This generative AI … continue reading

Red Hat Trusted Software Supply Chain gets updated with three new offerings

Red Hat is expanding its Red Hat Trusted Software Supply Chain solution with new offerings that will enable customers to ensure software components are verified and secured.  The first new addition is Red Hat Trusted Artifact Signer, now generally available, which allows developers to cryptographically sign and verify application artifacts with a keyless certificate authority.  … continue reading

Red Hat JBoss EAP 8 adds Jakarta EE 10 support

Red Hat has announced the latest version of JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP), which is a tool for building and deploying Jakarta EE apps.   The new release — JBoss EAP 8 — updates its Jakarta EE support to include version 10, which is the most current version.   It also includes a new provisioning system … continue reading

Red Hat Developer Hub brings together many aspects of development into a single platform

Red Hat today announced that its developer platform, Developer Hub, is now generally available. Based on the CNCF project Backstage, the platform improves developer productivity and efficiency by consolidating different aspects of the development process into a single platform.  The Developer Hub was created to equip DevOps teams with the tools needed to overcome bottlenecks … continue reading

Red Hat releases Red Hat Device Edge, OpenShift 4.14, and donates new Backstage plugins to open-source community

Today at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2023, Red Hat announced a number of updates to its portfolio. First, the company announced the general availability of Red Hat Device Edge, which was created to provide a platform for deploying devices at the edge. It includes an operating system optimized for the edge and a supported … continue reading

Red Hat Collaborates with Intel to Deliver Open Source Industrial Automation to the Manufacturing Shop Floor

RALEIGH, N.C. – September 19, 2023 – Red Hat, Inc., the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced a new industrial edge platform, designed in collaboration with Intel, that will provide a modern approach to building and operating industrial controls. By transforming the way manufacturers operate, scale and innovate with standard IT technologies … continue reading

Suse, CIQ, and Oracle form Open Enterprise Linux Association

Red Hat caused some trouble in the open-source community at the end of June when they announced that the source code for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) would no longer be publicly available and could only be accessed by its customers A couple of weeks later, the open-source software company SUSE said it would create … continue reading

Red Hat Service Interconnect facilitates communication between multiple platforms and clouds

Red Hat Service Interconnect, which can simplify application connectivity and security across platforms, clusters, and clouds, is now generally available after being announced at Red Hat Summit. The solution is based on the open-source project, which enables secure communication across Kubernetes clusters with no VPNs or special firewall rules. According to Red Hat, application … continue reading

Red Hat announces new development platform to manage DevOps tool sprawl

Red Hat today announced Red Hat Developer Hub, an enterprise-grade, unified and open portal designed to streamline the development process through a supported and opinionated framework.  The Red Hat Developer Hub is built from the open-source project Backstage and was built to help navigate the sprawl that DevOps teams often face, according to the company.  … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: OptaPlanner

OptaPlanner is an open-source, lightweight, embeddable planning engine. With this, organizations can reduce costs, improve service quality, fulfill employee wishes, and reduce carbon emissions.  It is object oriented programming and functional programming friendly and, according to the company, it works to allow programmers to efficiently solve optimization problems. This open-source tool improves plans and schedules … continue reading

Red Hat Application Foundations launches to accelerate cloud-native development

Red Hat is introducing a new set of connected applications services that will help accelerate the adoption of containerized application development and delivery. Red Hat Application Foundations enables companies to quickly build application and data services.  This new platform will bring key services and components that will complement Red Hat OpenShift. Red Hat OpenShift is … continue reading

Contrast Security and Red Hat announce partnership on deploying secure cloud native applications

The code security company, Contrast Security, announced that it will be entering into a partnership with Red Hat OpenShift to allow users to deploy secure, containerized applications by integrating within native CI/CD pipelines.  With these integrations, customers will be able to retain the scalability of the OpenShift Container Platform and gain automated security testing as … continue reading

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