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Black Duck Software CEO Tim Yeaton Rejoins Red Hat To Lead Newly-Formed Infrastructure Group

Press Release | Red Hat | January 6, 2014

Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that Tim Yeaton, former chief executive officer of Black Duck Software and a onetime Red Hat executive, has rejoined Red Hat in the newly-created position of senior vice president, Infrastructure Group. Read More »

Focus On Developers: The 2011 Open Source Rookies

Steve O'Grady | Open Source Delivers | January 19, 2012

In years past, sifting winners from losers from the previous calendar year was an exercise in intuition, relying entirely on the experience of the individual and their personal recollections of twelve months’ worth of events. Read More »

Open Source Power For Small Business In 2014

Carla Schroder | Small Business Computing | January 22, 2014

The biggest impact that open source software offers small business in 2014 takes place in the cloud. Open source software powers the cloud—where you can take advantage of both hosted software and services, and hosted IT infrastructure (e.g., servers). We're already used to hosted services such as Web and mail hosting. They're convenient and cheap, and they prevent headaches. Read More »

Opensource.com Publishes 18 Interviews with Speakers of the Upcoming OSCON Conference

For those of you who have not noticed yet, the folks at Opensource.com just completed the publication of an entire series of interviews with speakers at the upcoming O/Reilly OSCON conference. This conference is one of the most important and interesting open source conferences of the year and the wide variety of interviews conducted which show the depth and breadth of the conference topics. `

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Red Hat Closing In On $2 Billion In Its Fourth Quarter

Charles Babcock | Information Week | December 28, 2015

Red Hat finishes 2015 on a strong financial note, with OpenShift 3.1 positioned as its next-generation cloud application development platform. Red Hat reported its third quarter 2016 results Nov. 30, and largely contrary to expectations, it's still going strong. Advances in cloud computing, VMware's strong virtualization product line, the Cloud Foundry open source development platform, and Amazon and other cloud computing services were all supposed to be sapping Red Hat's strength. On the contrary, as long as Red Hat remains at the core of the enterprise data center with its Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system, it will remain a viable competitor to VMware, the open source development platform Cloud Foundry, and proprietary clouds. ..

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Red Hat Opens OpenShift PaaS Cloud For Business

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols | ZDNet | June 11, 2013

Leading Linux company Red Hat announced on June 10th that OpenShift Online, its public Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) cloud offering, is now open for business. Read More »

Red Hat's Gunnar Hellekson On Open Government

Andrew Gregory | TechRadar | December 23, 2012

INTERVIEW Red Hat's Gunnar Hellekson on open government
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Reflecting On 2014, Looking Ahead To 2015

Jim Whitehurst | Red Hat Blog | December 19, 2014

It is confirmed: 2014 has been a great year for Red Hat. Yesterday, we announced third quarter results of our fiscal year 2015 and, with that, celebrated our 51st consecutive quarter of revenue growth - more than 12 years of consecutive revenue growth...

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Why Data Scientists Love Kubernetes

Let's start with an uncontroversial point: Software developers and system operators love Kubernetes as a way to deploy and manage applications in Linux containers. Linux containers provide the foundation for reproducible builds and deployments, but Kubernetes and its ecosystem provide essential features that make containers great for running real applications...What you may not know is that Kubernetes also provides an unbeatable combination of features for working data scientists. The same features that streamline the software development workflow also support a data science workflow! To see why, let's first see what a data scientist's job looks like...

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