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.
Boston University (BU) has long been a big part of the Red Hat Research program and Red Hat’s academic collaboration generally. On April 27, the two organizations took that collaboration up a level.
Red Hat took part in a virtual panel hosted by MIT for students interested in doing research for high tech companies
MIT hosted a virtual panel for graduate students interested in doing research for high tech companies on January 27, 2021 as part of the Institute’s Independent Activities Period. The “PhD Careers in Tech” event, which covered many different fields of graduate study in both sciences and engineering, as well as general entrepreneurship, included panelists from diverse industries who shared key insights, spoke about skills required for success, how to navigate the interview process and how to build career paths in industry.
From Baylor University to Red Hat Czech: Broadening horizons in research through a remote internship experience
The project was initiated in 2019 with the goal to provide U.S. students with a unique summer research experience through project collaboration with outstanding partners in the Czech Republic. Even though the year 2020 was impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak, we managed to transform the activities into an online internship.
During the summer semester of 2020, Red Hat’s Beyond platform offered a class on open source development in conjunction with Efi Arazi School of Computer Science at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) of Herzliya, Israel’s only private university.
In this series of Research Days, Red Hat experts, including Red Hat’s Chief Technology Officer, Chris Wright, and researchers from Harvard, Yale, Boston University, and other leading universities discussed their ongoing research on technology to improve privacy and security, make experimentation and system execution more reproducible, and enhance the performance and reliability of cloud systems.
This summer, Red Hat sponsored the Leadership Academy, a program launched by the University of Massachusetts Amherst, led by equity and inclusion expert Nilanjana Buju Dasgupta.
ROSE stands for Red Hat Open Source Education, it started 7 years ago as a cross-community effort that brings students together from Tira- an Arab city in the triangle, and Ra’anana to learn about the Linux operating system and Python programming.
Recently we see many companies are moving their data from local data centers to public managed clouds. But with these changes, some questions come up - Can I store my data on more than one public cloud provider?What if a company wants some of the data stored...