Red Hat Research Quarterly
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AI for Cloud Ops
This project aims to improve cloud management and operations for modern CI/CD processes by integrating AI-driven software analytics. The goal is to provide heavily-automated ops functionality and intuitive analytics to address the challenges of identifying, localizing, or fixing performance, resilience, and security problems.
Mastering Git with university students
Irina Gulina, Sr. Software Quality Engineer, RHEL for SAP Solutions, CCSP, Red Hat, and Tomáš Tomeček, Senior Principal Software Engineer, Linux Integration Engineering, Red Hat, discuss the Mastering Git course they teach at Masaryk University (MUNI) at the Faculty of Informatics (FI) in Brno, Czech Republic. The course was organized with the help of Martin Ukrop, Red Hat Program Manager, Red Hat Research.
Building better communities with streaming data and machine learning using FIWARE
The latest standards powering our open source smart village project underway at the Red Hat Collaboratory By Chris Tate, Principal Consultant, Red Hat Do you believe that software can help communities and build a better world, but find it challenging to get started? I don’t like to wait for the right software to come along—instead, […]
Guiding the future of open source technology: an interview with Red Hat Senior Distinguished Engineer Larry Woodman
An open, inclusive culture is one of Red Hat Research’s not-so-secret ingredients for forging innovative research collaborations. In this interview, Senior Distinguished Engineer Larry Woodman explains how the DE community and Red Hat Research play complementary roles in advancing cutting-edge open source technology—and how others can get involved. A researcher and engineer with over 36 […]
Watch recordings of the Mass Open Cloud Alliance Workshop
Over 30 Red Hatters attend the 2023 Mass Open Cloud (MOC) Alliance Workshop on March 20 – 21, 2023, at Boston University. Recordings of each day of the event are available (see below with the schedule – currently unedited), and we will announce in the coming weeks when individual recordings of the talks are available. […]
EU-funded cybersecurity consortium kicks off in Brno, Czech Republic
Authors Jaroslav Řezník, Principal Program Manager—Technical at Red HatViktor Malík, Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat Cybersecurity has become a critical focus of research in today’s interconnected world, especially with the rise of cyberattacks posing a threat to individuals, businesses, and governments. The Cybersecurity Excellence Hub in Estonia and South Moravia (CHESS), an EU HORIZON […]
Red Hat expands collaboration with Tel-Hai College
The collaboration between Red Hat Israel and Tel-Hai Academic College announced last July continues to inspire and educate students interested in open source technology careers.
North America Research Interest Group Meeting [April 2023]
Fluid Network Control and Data Plane Research
Seventh Annual UK System Research Challenges Workshop
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Red Hat Research Quarterly
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