Over the last decade, Red Hat Research's Dr. Daniel Bristot de Oliveira has been exploring methods to improve the analysis of the real-time properties of Linux. His research explores the tracing features of Linux to derive fine-grained properties of the kernel,...
On April 14, the Red Hat Collaboratory announced five newly funded Student Research Projects. As part of Boston University’s expanded partnership with Red Hat, the Student Research Projects aim to provide BU students with research and experiential learning...
Red Hat OpenShift Data Science provided the CS and ECE departments at Boston University a scalable environment for students while ensuring a personalized Linux playground that only requires a web browser to get started and provides a platform for hosting open source textbook and interactive lectures.
the Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University announced the inaugural recipients of the Red Hat Collaboratory Research Incubation Awards. The program, which aims to advance research in open source cloud computing systems, awarded $2.3M to 16 projects that will be driven by collaboration between Boston University faculty and students, Red Hat engineers, and industry collaborators
Mark Little, Vice President of Middleware Engineering at Red Hat, has been named a Fellow of the U.K.’s Royal Academy of Engineering.
Three researchers from the Faculty of Informatics involved in Red Hat Research were awarded with the 2021 “MUNI Innovation Award”
Masaryk University awarded the 2021 “MUNI Innovation Award” at its Business Research Forum on November 11, 2021. These new awards aim at individual students and employees whose outputs have been successfully implemented in practice, have helped improve products or services or have otherwise contributed to increasing the social relevance of Masaryk University’s research activities.
The Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University seeks large, small, and speculative projects for funding and support
The Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University has opened a Request for Proposals in support of the launch of the expanded Collaboratory. The Collaboratory seeks to define and demonstrate an open model for large-scale reproducible systems research toward achieving a future of secure, reliable, scalable, self-operating, distributed, heterogeneous compute platforms that stretch from edge devices to cloud datacenters.
Karlstad University is looking for a doctoral student in Computer Science with a focus on BPF security and safety in Linux
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Karlstad University, Sweden is now accepting applications for a doctoral studentship leading to a PhD with a specialisation in BPF Security and Safety in Linux. Deadline: June 30th
As part of our OpenInfraLabs collaboration with Red Hat’s CTO team on the Mass Open Cloud initiative (MOC), we get to do new innovative things for the first time.