Intern Spotlight: Maria Shevchuk, Red Hat Research Boston
This blog post spotlights Maria Shevchuk, a senior pursuing a BS in Biomedical Engineering and a BA in Computer Science dual degree at Boston University. Maria has worked with Red Hat through student-funded opportunities associated with the Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University and directly as a Red Hat intern. She spoke with us about her research with the Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University, how she has leveraged her time at Red Hat to pursue her passions in healthcare and technology, making the most of an internship, and her take on the hot dog sandwich debate.
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...
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...
The (open) source of cutting-edge innovation
by Gordon Haff, technology advocate at Red Hat Where do people come together to make cutting-edge invention and innovation happen? The corporate lab One possible answer is the corporate research lab. More long-term focused than most company product development...
Intern Spotlight: Rohan Devasthale, Red Hat Research Boston
This blog post spotlights Rohan Devasthale, a Software Engineering Intern. Rohan spoke with us about his contributions to the Elastic Secure Infrastructure (ESI) project, how his experience as a Red Hat Research Intern enhanced his technical skills, and his passion for badminton.
Explore project updates with new project posters
Red Hat Research is excited to share its new series of research posters designed to visually share details of 17 active research collaborations and spur new collaborations between Red Hat engineers and existing project teams. The posters have been printed for display...
Intern Spotlight: Isaiah Stapleton, Red Hat Research Boston
This blog post spotlights Isaiah Stapleton, a Software Engineering Intern. Isaiah shared with us his interest in kernel development and his insights on the benefits of open source culture, dealing with imposter syndrome, and more.
Getting started with data science and machine learning
Data science has exploded in popularity (and sometimes, hype) in recent years. This has led to an increased interest in learning the subject. With so many possible directions, it can be hard to know where to start. This blog post is here to help.
Technical Report: Benchmarking tunnel and encryption methodologies in cloud environments
In this report, we benchmark the performance of various tunneling technologies to provide directions on their use in multi-cloud deployments. Based on the various experiments conducted on three different testbeds, we present quantifiable data which can be leveraged by operators and providers tasked with design and development decisions of multi-cloud providers and orchestrators.”