Red Hat Research Quarterly
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Shaun Strohmer is the editor of the Red Hat Research Quarterly. She has worked as a writer and editor in academic publishing for over twenty years, and since 2014 she has focused on software development, cybersecurity, and computer science.
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The Collaboratory solicited proposals from BU faculty for both large and small research projects to drive innovation for the open hybrid cloud. The Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University has moved into a new phase of identifying and funding promising research projects, and the selection process is currently underway. The submission deadline was October 1, […]
Funding recipients will study AI in cloud operations, hardware stack innovations, performance improvements, and more. The Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University recently announced the recipients of its first-ever Research Incubation Awards. Reviewers from BU faculty and Red Hat selected sixteen proposals to fund, including one large-scale, multi-year project and another five smaller-scale projects that […]
The Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University is supporting select undergraduate student research projects during Summer 2022, in keeping with its mission of advancing education in open source technologies. So far, six projects have been chosen to receive funding and supervision from BU computer engineering professors active in their own Collaboratory projects, with more expected. […]
Daniel Bristot de Oliveira’s research in real-time systems led to the inclusion of the RTLA in Linux 5.17. Red Hat Research’s Dr. Daniel Bristot de Oliveira presented the Real-Time Linux Analysis Toolset (RTLA) at the Red Hat Open Source Summit held June 21- 24, 2022, virtually and in Austin, TX, USA. Daniel’s research was featured in a […]
On January 2023, the Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University announced the recipients of its 2023 Research Incubation Awards. The funding program, now in its second year, provides resources to research projects that focus on problems of distributed systems, security, operating systems, and networking whose solution shows promise for advancing the field and driving change in industry.
In 2017, Red Hat Chairman Paul Cormier and Boston University (BU) professor Orran Krieger helped spearhead a collaborative partnership between the two institutions that would come to include expanding Red Hat’s participation in the MOC Alliance, the establishment of the Red Hat Collaboratory at BU for research incubation, and the creation of a Red Hat […]