Topic: red hat

SD Times news digest: The Red Hat Marketplace, Google Cloud introduces the Business Application Platform, and Klocwork 2020.3

Red Hat and IBM have announced a new marketplace designed to enable organizations to more easily purchase, deploy and manage enterprise software from a variety of vendors across hybrid cloud environments running Red Hat OpenShift. The release of Red Hat Marketplace Select adds control and governance with curated software for an additional cost, according to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: erwin Data Intelligence Suite update, Red Hat supports Quarkus, and Gatsby’s round of funding for modern development

The latest version of the erwin Data Intelligence Suite provides new AI-driven metadata matching, data lineage analysis, data model integration, and an enriched business user experience to speed enterprise data governance and literacy. “Business transformation has to be based on accurate data assets within the right context, so organizations have a reliable source of truth … continue reading

Red Hat Summit 2020 stresses the importance of open innovation and collaboration

While everyone in the world is separated from their friends, families, and co-workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, Red Hat wants to remind us about the importance of staying connected and collaborating. The company kicked off its first virtual Red Hat Summit this week to talk about its open hybrid cloud vision, products and partnerships. “We … continue reading

Red Hat announces Paul Cormier as its new CEO

The open-source solution provider Red Hat has announced Paul Cormier is now the company’s president and CEO, effective today. Cormier succeeds Jim Whitehurst, the now president of IBM. IBM acquired Red Hat in July of last year for $34 billion.  Cormier first joined Red Hat in 2001. More recently, he was the company’s president of … continue reading

KubeMQ achieves Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification

The Kubernetes message queue and message broker solution provider KubeMQ has announced its Kubernetes Operator is now Red Hat OpenShift Operator certified.  The OpenShift Operator Certification is meant to give users confidence when building next-generation projects on Red Hat’s Kuberentes and containers app platform OpenShift. With the certification, users will be able to deploy KubeMQ … continue reading

Java celebrates 25th anniversary following the release of Java 14

The two major Java releases are often the biggest news for the Java community each year, but this year brings another thing for the Java community to celebrate. This month brings the latest Java release, JDK 14, but in May, the programming language will celebrate its 25th anniversary.  The first Java release was on May … continue reading

Report: The benefits of open-source software go beyond cost

Open-source adoption is not slowing down within enterprises. A recent report found 95% of enterprises are taking open source seriously, with 75% of them reporting that open-source software is extremely important to their IT strategies. That number is up from 69% last year. The 2020 State of Enterprise Open Source by Red Hat is based … continue reading

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty to be replaced by Arvind Krishna

The IBM board of directors has elected a new CEO to lead it into “the next era.” The company’s senior vice president for cloud and cognitive software, Arvind Krishna, will replace Ginni Rometty as CEO. The switch will become effective April 6, 2020. Rometty will continue as IBM’s executive chairman of the board until the … continue reading

‘API First’ paves the way for agile integration

Until now, organizations have addressed the connectivity issue with middleware or enterprise application integration infrastructure with some form of enterprise service bus at the core. However, today’s cloud-native applications may require new types of platforms and data sources, which is why Red Hat delivered a unified cloud-native integration platform in February 2018. RELATED CONTENT: Agile … continue reading

National Science Foundation to fund the development of a new cloud testbed

The National Science Foundation (NSF) Division of Computer and Network Systems has announced it will fund the development of a new cloud testbed, which will be designed for the research and development of new cloud computing platforms. To do so, the foundation is awarding a grant to three universities: Boston University, Northeastern University, and the … continue reading

Red Hat’s Quarkus sets Java up for a cloud-native world

Red Hat has announced the release of Quarkus 1.0, a Kubernetes-native Java stack built for containers and cloud deployments. According to the company, as application development continues to evolve, Quarkus will work to bring Java into the future and get it ready for serverless, cloud and Kubernetes environments. “Quarkus represents a fundamental shift in modern … continue reading

Red Hat Process Automation adds predictive modeling in latest release

In its latest release of Red Hat Process Automation, Red Hat added new applied AI capabilities that will enable predictive modeling. The company also added support for the development of process- and decision-based business applications through micro-frontend architectures.  Red Hat Process Automation is a toolset that enables customers to intelligently automate their business decisions and … continue reading

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